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Winnie the Pooh is the titular character of the children's franchise originally created in book form by A.A. Milne and given its most recognizable incarnation by the Disney company. He is the favorite doll of Christopher Robbin, living in the fantasy world of the Hundred Acre Wood with his friends Tigger, Piglet, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Owl and Gopher. Pooh is portrayed as lovably dim–witted, and is cowardly towards many things, mainly the seemingly non–existent monsters known as Heffalumps and Woozles, said to be out to steal his precious honey or "hunny", as it is often misspelled along with various other words by Pooh and his friends.
It's the tale of two kids icons, from the hood to the Hundred Acre Wood,
And Imma beat the living birdseed out to you, understood?
I'm the childhood pal of millions, just ask Christopher Robbin;
I'm gonna make you cry, and I'm not talking about the song by Kenny Loggins.
My rhymes will buzz under, around and through you like Grover;
I have every trick in the book, plus some not in the book like Grover.
I'm gonna rustle all your feathers not to mention your jimmies;
I know you inside and out, almost as much as Carol Spinney!
When I'm through with you, pinhead, you're gonna be feeling real blue;
Count Von Count on my victory going down in the book of Pooh!
I've made Disney more money than the work of Donald Trump,
Earning me more hunny than can be taken by any Heffalump!
I'm a big black raincloud, pouring on your Macy's parade;
Call me Mitt Romney, cause I'll be giving you a major downgrade.
I'm laying down the smackdown here in the Ashdown Forest;
I've been to Skull and back, son! When'd you last walk two miles from your nest?
- He is the first character to both have backup and go first in his battle.