Ok...so this is my first entry ever. I've never written in any blog before. I don't write much at all actually...and on top of my inexperience in blogging i have a severe case of writers block.
Writer's block help section thingy it is.
Anyway, i suppose the character i identify with most in Winnie the Pooh is Eeyore. He is always gloomy. I am always gloomy. He is just as pessimistic as i am. If my personality had a color scheme it would probably be black, grey, and blue. My voice even sounds like his, with no inflection at all.
Hee. My friends call me Miss Microsoft.
pooh corner or the hundred acre woods? ; ]
<3 i like them all except for rabbit. he was a jerk.
but if i had to pick one, i'd pick tigger. he obviously doesn't care what anybody thinks, and he's himself all the time. yeah, he can get annoying, but dont we all? he's happy all the time, and doesnt let anything get to him. i envy that. not caring is one thing i would really like to learn.
and the best part is...he's bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!
I identify the most with Eeyore. He's morose as am I. Bad things always seem to happen to him, like his house collapsing on his head, as they do to me. I think Eeyore is probably the most relatable character in the Winnie the Pooh series because he's like everyone's inner pessimist.
I think i'd identify most with Eeyore. Go figure, right.
I am though, just by nature, gloomy and pessimistic.
I'm also really quiet, and i dont expect others to like me.
I have awful luck, and all my friends around me seem dysfunctional,
and they all have the ability to make things a litle better,
so i can atleast force a smile.
I would like to be a Tigger and spend all day bouncing around without a care in the world. And sometimes I feel as gloomy as Eeyore, but that usually passes. Owls wisdom is what I strive for but I let my sense of whismy overide my sense of wisdom far too often to be the wise owl. I suppose you could say that I might catch that heffalump if my attention span was better than Tigger, or if I didnt give up as easily as Eeyore or if I I was maybe wiser than the owl thinks himself to be, which is only bookwise and not worldwise or people wise or certainly not heffalumpwise. And here is my answer. I do chase the heffalump but I dont really want to catch him, I only want to say that I chased the impossible and never quit. So in the end I think I should like to be the humble Pooh Bear content to ponder the imponderable, be a nice guy and get fat off my beloved honey....
And myabe get into just a little bit of trouble now an again.
Eeyore when I'm sad. Tigger when I'm overexcited. Mostly Eeyore.
I love Winnie the Pooh, I always have. He has a very simple way of thinking about things, not very many complexities or obscurities to worry about.
Roo, the youngest at heart. Even in situations where others might be afraid, you remain fearless because everything is just another big adventure to you. (Like being stuck in a tree with a big scary Tigger, or leaping into a net from three stories high!) You have a very positive attitude, including no self-esteem issues, but are kind of quiet, as in you might feel that the center of attention is not the right place for you; Even though you probably have all the friends in the world, and no problems hanging out with any of them, you still tend to venture off with only a very few, the ones you look up to most. (Mentors who draw from a bottomless well of energy!) You have lived an exceptionally sheltered life, but your great ambition signs that you are the very seed of potential; Keep your eyes on the sky, young grasshopper!
(*edit* Oh yeah! And you almost never hang out with your own age group. What's with that anyway? I just realized you're the only character except Christopher Robin himself who's actually not----in stuffed-animal theory---full grown.)
[I hope my analysis isn't too off...] It's been years since I've seen or read a Pooh story, but Roo is still one of my all-time favorite Disney characters. A picture of Roo thinking:
(I have just figured out how to scroll through past prompts! YESSS!!!
(You're doomed.) >:3
Probably Roo, because he is still learning and growing, as am I. I also am more of a follower, than a leader. I'm loyal to my friends, and I look up to the Tiggers in my life. I think I have some Piglet in me too, because I'm afraid of what the future might bring. I can be a bit of a coward, when it comes to some aspects of life. .