Lesser Known Things Tiggers Do Best: A Non-Exhaustive List

1. Managing personal finances

2. Remembering whether or not they are running out of milk at home

3. Creating iTunes playlists for road trips

4. Knowing the name of that one actor in that one movie you are talking about

5. Saving seats for you in the movie theater that are not behind the tall guy with a head the size of Jack in the Box’s CEO’s

6. Photobombing

Tigger Photobomb

Man, Eeyore just can’t catch a break.

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What else do Tiggers do best? I’m quite certain I missed some, as I composed this list three letters at a time amidst wiping two sick toddlers’ noses and chasing them around the house with Pedialyte Sippy Cups, trying to get them to hydrate. Which is why I desperately need your contributions to this growing field of fictional character behavioral science. Please submit your additions in the comments section below. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo.

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If not, Twinfamy is not responsible for sudden, unfortunate Heffalump and/or Woozle attacks.

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6 comments

    • John Pseudonymous

      It’s a growing field. I’m hoping to teach a class on it once I finish my doctorate.

      Also thanks for being one of the three people in the world (including me) who notice my tags. At least we think they’re funny.

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    • John Pseudonymous

      But they’re so terrifying (and confuzles). I don’t know that I could make that pitch without trembling in fear.

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  1. mihtyroc

    Tiggers also remeber who’s day it is to do dishes and who’s going to friends for the weekend. I have raised 8 kids so far and I have always though of myself and a lost Grimm’s brother. So please keep up the blog, I still need it to maintain my sanity lol

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    • John Pseudonymous

      Yeah, it’d be nice to have a Tigger around the house, wouldn’t it? The problem is, we can only confirm the existence of one.

      Thanks so much for the kind words. I do my best to keep this up with all that I have going on. I hope I can keep going, too. :)

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