By Cory Doctorow at 7:55 am Wed, Oct 24, 2007
Pooh isn’t poo.
Coprophilic? Love that shit!
( Not really. Would much rather have Aunt Mary Jane’s Baking with Pot )
More than 10 years ago, when I worked in a bookstore that had a wall of “Employee Picks,” I selected this book as my pick with the reason “I just like the title” written on the placard.
We sold out of it.
“Pooh is very, very lucrative. Children live with him every day. They sleep with Pooh on their sheets, they wipe their faces with Pooh as they get out of the shower”
-Bonnie Eskenazi, a lawyer representing the Slesinger family, 2002.
I think you mean the most awesomeness title for a cookbook.
Favorite joke of my seven year old:
Why’d Tigger stick his head in the toilet?
He was lookin for Pooh!
As the cover suggests I too enjoy my Pooh with little chunks of chocolate mixed in.
Admit it, folks. You’re dying to lick the bowl!
I believe this falls under coprophagia, not coprophilia.
Thanks for reminding me of a college project one of my friends put together: Pooh cook book
I never thought my favorite, James Beard’s Beard on Bread, would be surpassed.
My kids…growing up, they loved Pooh; as they grow older, not so much.
Yes, but “The House at Pooh Corner” isn’t a terribly fortunate title itself.
It hurts me to think that this is what has become of Winnie-the-Pooh in Disney’s hands. I was alright with those movies, but this really cheapens the image of one of the best children’s books ever written…
That’s classy, guys. Really classy.
Cat: What are they doing?.
Lister: Well, just lining up in … in some kind of firing squad. Woah Woah! Hang on, hang on. Someone’s being brought out, they’re tying him to a stake. It’s Winnie the Pooh.
Lister: Winnie the Pooh, I swear! He’s refusing the blindfold.
Cat: They’re tying Winnie the Pooh to a stake?
Lister: That’s something no one should ever have to see.
Must be, Copyright — it’s Disney.
Almost as bad as this Kellogg’s All-Bran commercial with the formerly constipated construction worker:
What recipes would Pooh put in a cookbook? He only eats three things: cake, haycorn muffins and raw honey.
Worse than Aroona Reejhsinghani’s Tasty Dishes from Waste Items, published by South Asia Books?
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