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Winnie the Pooh - Mental Disorder
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Posted 3/14/14

salinas0731 wrote:

oh bother...

LEAVE WINNIE THE POOH ALONE!


This made me laugh xD
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Posted 3/14/14

aeb0717 wrote:

This is relevant:



Credit goes to Insomnist for introducing the CR population to the picture yesterday.


God, can I relate to this shit. I remember my teacher telling me in this article in an Argos magazine that when it said this ballerina Barbie doll in it couldn't be posed, it was meant to 'represent how females shouldn't engage in the act of dancing, they should just look good'... Or maybe, you know, it was a practical design choice because trusting a kid with a £50 toy with fragile movable parts would be pretty fuckin' risky.
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Posted 3/14/14
All T.V shows especially children shows have hidden messages in them, some more extreme than the others. As sweet of a show Winnie the Pooh bear is, it is actually a pretty sad show if you know the story behind it.
Posted 3/14/14

tf2pyros wrote:

Mostly found from a source, but I had the craziest idea the other day while I had numerous alone time. I was watching Winnie the Pooh with my nephew and I was just very... indulged behind its scenes more than I should have been. Christopher Robin... being the only "normal" character or boy in the show, from which every other character possesses a trait nobody else can have. Could these other "stuffed animal characters" just be all an illusion?

Like for example, Alice in Wonderland
Children see it as; a fun magical world
Where it really means; a girl on an acid trip

Does Winnie the Pooh have a hidden meaning for mental disorders?

Christopher Robin (the boy): Represents Schizophrenia (He has delusions by seeing the other characters, they are not real to anyone else but him.)
Piglet: Represents Social Anxiety
Eeyore: Represents Depression
Tiger: Represents ADD or hyper manic
Pooh: Represents an eating disorder/low self-esteem
Rabbit: Represents OCD
Owl: Represents Dyslexia
Kanga & Roo: Dissociative Personality Disorder


What do you think?


Man, I already knew about this but it's crazy to believe that this is actually true. It's amazing on finding unusual or disturbing things from your childhood.
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Posted 3/14/14
Well....shit. My childhood is somewhat ruined.
Posted 3/14/14
Shawn the sheep is the best.
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Posted 3/14/14 , edited 3/14/14
the theme song has been stuck in my head for the past two nights thanks to this thread
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Posted 3/15/14

Artarivan wrote:

Shawn the sheep is the best.


Is there a story behind this?
Posted 3/15/14
Just ruined my childhood -_- thanks.
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pirththee wrote:

"Alice" is much much more than just a girl tripping on windowpane.There's huge satirical content along with more than just a little pungent social comment.
Or you know its just the stories that Charles Dodgson(Lewis Carol) made up on the spot to entertain the 10 year old Alice Liddell, that he happened to decide to publish later.

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It's the pooh perplex...

http://www.amazon.com/The-Pooh-Perplex-Freshman-Casebook/dp/0226120589

At least use a different childhood icon before stealing the idea. Lazy...
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devouringdragons wrote:

Just ruined my childhood -_- thanks.


Trust me, you aren't the only one. I never thought Christopher Robin was mentally ill. But now...I'll never look at any of the Hundred Acre Wood peeps again. ;-;
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Posted 3/15/14 , edited 3/15/14

AsahinaInu wrote:


pirththee wrote:

"Alice" is much much more than just a girl tripping on windowpane.There's huge satirical content along with more than just a little pungent social comment.
Or you know its just the stories that Charles Dodgson(Lewis Carol) made up on the spot to entertain the 10 year old Alice Liddell, that he happened to decide to publish later.

Interesting.So it's your contention that a 10 year old girl was a familiar of the"East End" of London and hookas?A remarkably worldly 10 year old indeed.

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Posted 3/15/14
I always thought it was story about childhood imagination...
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