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Stoutness Exercises

Saturday, September 28, 2013

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh was, and still is, my all-time favorite kids movie.

And my favorite part is when Pooh does his stoutness exercises. And while being "short and fat" may not be the healthiest, Pooh's attitude certainly is.

There is too much negative self-talk going on our brains, and Pooh loves himself just as he is. Which is why I love this guy so much.

Here's the lyrics to his Stoutness exercises, and the link below is the Youtube video of it.

Up - Down - Up
When I up, down, touch the ground it puts me in the mood
Up, down, touch the ground in the mood {smacks lips} for food
I am stout, round and I have found speaking poundage-wise
I improve my appetite when I exercise

*ripping sound*

Oh stuff and fluff

*ties his back together again*

That's better.

*reflection in the mirror talks back*

Thank you
Now, where was I?

*grumbling sound from stomach*

Oh, yes, I'm rumbly in my tumbly. Time for something sweet

I am short, fat, and proud of that and so with all my might
I up, down, up-down to my appetite's delight
While I up, down, touch the ground I think of things to chew
Mmm, like honey, milk, and chocolate
With a hefty-happy appetite I'm a hefty-happy Pooh.

With a hefty-happy appetite he's a hefty-happy Pooh.

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    Oh I love, Pooh! Thank you for the reminder and I feel like him often.

    2363 days ago
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