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Tigger Movie, The - Two Different Letters from Family
1. When Tigger's friends are writing the letter to Tigger, Winnie the Pooh says, "Eat well." Then Piglet says, "Dress warmly." Eeyore then says, "Keep Smiling."
2. When Tigger is reading the letter later in the movie to Roo, he mixes the sayings up. Tigger reads the letter this way, "Eat well, keep smiling, dress warmly."
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Copy of The Tigger Movie and VCR/DVD player and a T.V.
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IdidntDoIt on 09-06-2000
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Comments:
IdidntDoIt writes:
When I submitted this Slip-Up, I slipped up. Piglet's phrase is actually "Stay safe and sound".
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Foxie 666 writes:
there's nothing wrong with that! Winnie the pooh rules!!!!
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red five writes:
Give Tigger a break, I didn't think that he could read anyway. Or spell for that matter - "T I double G R spells Tigger", remember. Anyway, it's possible that when writing the letter, the list wasn't written as 'perfectly' as it was dictated. It had the same stuff, just in a different order.
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IdidntDoIt writes:
No offense taken. However, my life is animated movies now. They seem to be the only thing fit for a toddler!
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waaazzzuuuuuup writes:
You are joking right??? you are submitting a slip up in an animated movie???? no offence but you need a LIFE!!!
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Mattias writes:
What the ¤%#¤ is wrong with that?
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