woozles and wizzles
a 5 feet high and 8 feet wide and 5 feet deep shiny jar is 1.0 feet in the ground. a dodo is -4.04 feet above the jar. a white light is above and in front of the dodo. the ground is shiny white. the sky is baby blue. it is noon.
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ok, I googled woozle and wizzle and got some very interesting info. the woozle appears in Winnie the Pooh films, the wizzle on the other hand had some contrary info.
Wi-z-uhl (noun) A sickness in which a person needs friends or they will shrivel up and die; a person with sad sickness. (from Urban Dictionary) and;
(from what some might refer to as a bit controversial news org.)
So, I am completely bemused. :-) BTW I like it
... sorry!!!! I just knew the woozle an wizzle from the Winnie the Poo book (i didn't look the words up, that's my fault, sorry).
I found a nice description of the Chapter with the woozles and wizzles:
"Woozles were first mentioned in the 1926 book Winnie-the-Pooh, by Alan A. Milne. In chapter three of the book, Pooh and Piglet follow what they assume to be woozle footprints in order to catch a woozle. When the footprints become more numerous, Pooh explains this by revealing that woozles often travel with wizzles. They later realize, however, that they had been walking on circles, and the footsteps they had been following were their own ones."
in the original it's even more funny, the way those two get scared and how they construct a strange mostly impossible reality, just because of their bad Short-term memory. I mean, they just were walking around a few trees (as far as i remember)
on closer inspection
, I like your origination of the terms, they are original and and much more magical ;-) , just goes to show ya you have to be careful about info on the internet. Great pic especially with the story behind it. ;-) wowzzle!
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