an official Parody spoof of Winnie the Pooh. It was Inspired by moviemagic8011's Winnie the Frog. In 2009, moviemagic8011 made the Parody, but it was deleted in 2010.
The Honey Tree
The story opens with Winnie-the-Toph in the Hundred Acre Wood going through her morning stoutness exercises during which her stomach rumbles, indicating her hunger from exercising. Looking to feed her appetite, she discovers that her jar of honey is nearly empty and starts wondering where she can get more honey, then decides to try to get honey from the bee's hive in the nearby honey tree. She climbs the honey tree and reaches as high as as she can, but the branch she is standing on snaps, and she falls into a gorse bush.
Dusting herself off, she visits Christopher Robin and borrows a balloon from him. She then disguises himself as a little black rain cloud by dunking herself with mud, and then uses the balloon to float up next to the hive. A lone bee guard flies out to meet Toph who then takes a giant handful of honey from the hive with bees still in it. She eats the honey then spits out the bees. The bees retreat into their hive.
Toph then visits Rabbit's house, hoping to find honey there. Rabbit welcomes Toph for lunch, despite being aware of Toph's appetite. He gives Toph some honey but Toph is still hungry for more. Rabbit reluctantly gives Toph more honey and he devours every jar in Rabbit's house. Toph, his face covered with honey, thanks Rabbit and scoops up some leftover honey from his stomach, which is now extremely round and full. He tries to leave through Rabbit's front door, but has become extremely large from the vast amount of honey he has eaten — so fat that Pooh gets stuck in the doorway. He goes off to ask Christopher Robin for help and Everyone arrives.
Christopher Robin, Kanga, Eeyore, Owl, Roo, Gopher, and Rabbit start pulling on Toph. Thier Pull launches Toph into the air towards the forest. Toph comes in for a landing in the hole of a similar honey tree, flushing out a swirling swarm of bees; the bees were scared away by her abrupt arrival, thus giving the "silly old bear" a chance to enjoy a hive full of his favorite honey.
The Blustery Day
The story takes place when the east wind traded places with the west wind which stirred things up a bit all through the Hundred Acre Woods. At the beginning of this story, Gopher tells Winnie the Toph that it is "Winds-day" (a play on "Wednesday"), whereupon Toph decides to wish everybody "Happy Winds-day." She visits his friend Piglet, who wears a blue cloak. Piglet is blown into the air, her cloak unraveling all the while, and Toph grabs hold of her. As they fly like a kite through the air over the other characters' heads, Toph wishes Kanga, Roo, Eeyore, Rabbit, and Owl a happy Winds-day. However, once they arrive at Owl's treehouse, he informs them that the wind is due to "a mild spring zephyr" rather than to a particular holiday. During the windstorm, Owl's house is knocked down, so Eeyore volunteers to house-hunt for Owl. That night, Toph hears an unfamiliar noise coming from elsewhere in the Hundred Acre Wood. Someone knocks on Pooh’s door, then Tigger bounces inside in search of something to eat. He tries some honey but gets disgusted and decides, "Yuck! Tiggers don't like honey!". Before leaving Toph's house, Tigger tells him that there are Monsters in the forest that eats people alive. After which, she says goodbye and bounces off. Toph, frightened by Tigger's tale, but eventually falls fast asleep. As she is sleeping, he has a nightmare about The Monster (like Hyena, Demons, or Symbois eating human alive and chasing her around.
Later that night, a storm floods the Hundred Acre Woods, and Piglet becomes trapped in his home. He writes a bottle-note for help just before the waters carry him away riding a chair. Toph floats away from his home as well. The remaining characters gather at Christopher Robin's house, and Christopher reads the message. He then sends Owl to inform Piglet of a rescue plan in the works, but just after he delivers the news, Piglet and Toph are mixed up in a waterfall. When they arrive together at Christopher Robin's house, he mistakenly thinks that Toph rescued Piglet, and throws a hero party for Toph. The characters celebrate both Toph’s good deeds that day.
During the fall, Tigger has been bouncing on anyone he comes across for fun, especially Rabbit when he is gardening, which makes Rabbit furious. Soon Rabbit holds a meeting with Toph and Piglet and the three agree to take Tigger to explore through the Hundred Acre Wood. As they do so, they then abandon Tigger on the hopes she would get lost which is part of the plan. The three hide in a log as Tigger searches for them. The three try to make it back home, but end up at a sand pit.
Toph offers a silly suggestion to search for that same sand pit, and Rabbit responds that he will prove her wrong by finding a way home by himself. After he goes off, Toph and Piglet wait a long time but he doesn't come back. Toph then realizes that he and Piglet can find their way out of the mist by following Toph's appetite for the honey pots he left at his house. Just when the two finally reach the end of the mist, they come across Tigger who reveals that he never gets lost easily. Toph tells Tigger that Rabbit is still in the forest and Tigger heads back to find him. Rabbit is lost and ends up in a dark, damp and misty part of the forest, to add to that, he's scared by various animal noises. Frogs start croaking loudly, a caterpillar munches loudly on leaves and after seeing frogs sitting there in front of him, that gets to him so badly that it drives him mad and he frantically tries to run away, only to be tackled by Tigger. Tigger explains to him that "Tiggers never get lost", and drags Rabbit home.
Wintertime comes and Roo wants to go play. Kanga cannot be with him so she calls on Tigger to look after Roo which he gladly accepts.
Later on, while bouncing around the woods with Roo on her back, Tigger accidentally jumps to the top of a very tall tree and is too scared to dare climb down. Meanwhile, Toph and Piglet are investigating strange animal tracks that are really Tigger and Roo's. Suddenly, they hear Tigger howling for help and quickly hide. At first, Toph mistakes Tigger's howl for the sound of a "Jagular"; but after seeing that it is only Tigger and Roo in the tree, she and Piglet come to the rescue. Shortly afterward, Christopher Robin, Rabbit, and Kanga arrive and the gang uses Christopher's coat as a net for Tigger and Roo to land in once they jump from the tree. Roo successfully jumps down but Tigger is still too frightened to move. Rabbit then decides that the group will just have to leave Tigger in the tree forever, on which Tigger promises never to bounce again if he ever is released from his predicament. At that moment, the narrator chimes in for help. Tigger begs him to "narrate" him down from the tree, and He tilts the book sideways, allowing Tigger to step onto the text of the page. Tigger starts to feel better that he made it this far but before he can do otherwise, the narrator tilts the book back the other way, causing Tigger to fall down into the snow.
Happy, Tigger attempts to bounce but Rabbit stops him reminding Tigger of the promise he made. Devastated, Tigger realizes he cannot bounce anymore and slowly walks away and Rabbit feels better that there will be peace. But everyone else is sad to see Tigger like this and remind Rabbit of the joy Tigger brought when she was bouncing. Finally, Rabbit also feels sorry for Tigger and takes back the promise they had agreed on, she is then given a friendly tackle by an overly-excited Tigger. Tigger invites everyone to bounce with him and even teaches Rabbit how to do it since Rabbit has the feet for it. For the first time, Rabbit is happy to be bouncing, as is everyone else as Tigger sings his signature song once more before the short closes.
- Toph Bie Fong (The Last Airbender) as Winnie-the-Pooh
- Raven (Teen Titans) as Piglet
- Moon Kinght (Marvel) as Rabbit
- Yuffie Kisaragi (Final Fantasy 7) as Tigger
- Rex (Teen Titans) as Gopher
- Short Round (Indiana Jones) as Christopher Robin
- Scar (Lion King) as Eeyore
- Victor Van Dort (Corpes Bride) as Owl
- Kakashi (Naruto) as Roo
- Princess Peach (Super Maro Bros.) as Kanga
- "Winnie the Pooh"
- "Up, Down and Touch the Ground"
- "Rumbly in My Tumbly"
- "Little Black Rain Cloud"
- 'I Wonder" from Sleeping Beauty
- "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers"
- "Xepher' by Tatsh (replacing Heffalumps and Woozles)
- "DAIKENKAI" by Des-ROW (replacing When the Rain Rain Rain Came Down)
- "Happy Wedding" by ASKA (replacing Hip Hip Pooh-Ray!)