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Tuxedo Winnie the Pooh
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The Tuxedo Winnie the Pooh meme comes from a scene extracted from the famous 1974 Disney animation ‘Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too’, and, like the Expanding Brain meme template, is highly adaptable - being anywhere from a single panel to 6 or more. The original frame from the movie showed Winnie sitting in a chair in his usual outfit, almost dozing off from apparent indifference/laziness. The single-panel meme template usually uses an edited version of said image showing Pooh wearing a tuxedo and sporting a smug expression, while the multi-panel versions work mostly like the aforementioned Expanding Brain meme, with more versions of Pooh’s image added depending on the variables in the right column.
This meme got its start as a mere reaction image on 4chan all the way back in 2013, but the tuxedo version, created by a 4chan anon, gained fame around March 2019. Many other variations were created, and although its popularity dwindled, it has pretty much become the de facto successor of its now almost unused predecessor. The Tuxedo Winnie the Pooh meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: Winnie the Pooh reaction meme, Winnie the Pooh in tuxedo and in normal clothes, normal and fancy Winnie the Pooh.
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Winnie the Pooh reaction meme
Winnie the Pooh in tuxedo and in normal clothes
normal and fancy Winnie the Pooh
Tuxedo Winnie the Pooh
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