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Warning: You cannot ‘unsee’ these Winnie the Pooh masks that come straight from the bowels of Hell
03.21.2016
09:46 am
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Yeah, the packing looks harmless enough, but as they say never judge a book by its cover. Or a facial mask.

Apparently these officially-licensed Winnie the Pooh “relaxation” facial masks are scaring the bejeezus out of users once they get applied to the face. In fact, folks in Japan are taking photos of themselves on Twitter wearing Pooh’s “relaxation” mask and are trying to outdo each other in the creepiness factor. There is absolutely nothing cute about these masks. Nothing.

A warning: You cannot unsee these disturbing images. Proceed with extreme caution.


 

 
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Posted by Tara McGinley
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03.21.2016
09:46 am
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‘Apocalypse Pooh’: The pre-Internet video mashup of Winnie the Pooh and ‘the horror’
10.02.2014
06:09 pm
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Think back on the era before the Internet—what savages we were! Ubiquitous genres of media like the mash-up were barely in their infancy and relegated almost entirely to the art world (aside from druggy pastimes like syncing up Wizard of Oz and The Dark Side of the Moon, the political détournée of René Viénet’s Situationist comedy Can Dialectics Break Bricks? or comedic dubs like What’s up, Tiger Lily?). Apocalypse Pooh, a surreal 1987 cut-and-paste of Apocalypse Now and Winnie The Pooh, was one of the first 100% recycled mash-ups, and was distributed almost completely through an ‘80s tape-trading underground.

Video artist (and former childhood TV addict) Todd Graham created Apocalypse Pooh in art school, and it was a mini-sensation among tape-traders. It rarely got much credit from the art world—a reception Graham attributed to the oh-so-serious world of video arts’ lack of humor (he also did a mash-up of The Archies doing “God Save the Queen), but today the video is considered groundbreaking. Apocalypse Pooh is as strange and funny as anything you’d find of its genre on the Internet now, and here it is, remastered in crystal clarity, so you can really see the napalmed Hundred Acre Wood!
 

Posted by Amber Frost
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10.02.2014
06:09 pm
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Suggested medications for Winnie the Pooh and friends
08.02.2011
12:17 pm
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Dan Meth created this amsuing medication chart for Winnie the Pooh and friends. He says, “I’m not actually a certified psychiatrist, but then again, these characters aren’t actually real.” 

I wonder if he was inspired by Matthew Wilkinson‘s Pooh mental disorder GIFs?

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Posted by Tara McGinley
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08.02.2011
12:17 pm
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Mental disorders illustrated by Winnie the Pooh and his friends

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This is sort of a dark and depressing take on mental disorders by Winnie the Pooh and characters. I don’t know about you, but these kinda gave me a serious case of the sads.
 
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Posted by Tara McGinley
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11.23.2010
02:41 pm
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