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Woozles Love Hunny by StanHoneyThief Woozles Love Hunny by StanHoneyThief
Those words are so funny.
When I was a child I thought hunny was the english word for Honig which is German and means Honey, but actually didnīt realize that they wrote hunny instead of honey and hunny is a fictional work meaning honey. I guess they made it because it shall resemble the easy way a child would write something before it actually can write that well.
Just like woozles are weasels and the word is just a new creation for the normal word.
When I was 4 I used to create new words too, for example 'wechenonde' for Wochenende which is German for 'weekend'.
So this is Stan the woozle as kid.
Most woozles seem to be that addicted to honey to steal it which is the direct way to get the honey. When you steal, you donīt have to face a possible 'no' from the person you ask.
Stan also revealed that woozles always steal honey instead of trying to become friends with those who own the honey, they see it as a natural behavior.
However, this guy here is so cute, isnīt he? XD

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FunnyFurryFox Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Me: So cute and chubby wubby! -picks Stan up-
HallowpointPaws Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Aww, *gives him honey* I don't suppose you want some sugar either? *picks him up and kisses his cheeks*
StanHoneyThief Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
He is cute isnīt he? I have no idea how someone canīt love this fluff cheeks LOL
I really donīt know what he else would eat, not just honey I guess.
When I think about that for example Pooh also eats the carrot cakes from Rabbit, I would guess honey is not their only diet.
HallowpointPaws Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
What exactly is a "woozel"? Maybe they would eat the same thing as a weasel. My mom used to talk to this lady who bread show quality blood hounds and always liked the puppies' "show names" to be something related. One litter had a Winnie the Pooh theme and she made the mistake of letting her granddaughter name some of them. One of the puppies ended up being named "Villainous Heffalump" and it was months before she was able to find a home for that pup...not long after I told my mom she should change the name to "'Lil Pot of Hunny".  Not long after she did, the puppy got a home and the lady "knighted" me as her official puppy namer. I was always kinda hoping she would do a Titan A.E. theme and one of the pups would be "It's my Turn to Fly". Although I think that would be a name better suited to a sight hound or herder.   
StanHoneyThief Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
LOL oh well I find heffalumps cute.
However, those both, heffalumps and woozles are creatures which first only appeared in nightmares Pooh had once.
For him there isnīt anything more frightening when someone wants to steal what is most precious to him, which is honey.
For some reason a heffalump is something like the plushy of an elephant and a woozle is also a plushy but a weasel.
The whole thing was created by the person who wrote the Pooh Bear stories.
He had the idea for the names from his son Christopher Robin who named his plushy toys like the characters in the book.
Disney later made the decision to make heffalumps and woozles into real creatures and not just imaginary creatures which appear in nightmares.
There is a song you find on youtube when you type 'heffalumps and woozles' into, made by disney which desribes how Pooh saw them in his imagination. Later in the 80s series Stan and Heff are the first 'real-life' characters appeared. Maybe they wanted to make the series more interesting for the children with creating some new characters for it.
I find it very strange how so many people find heffalumps and woozles scary. To me they appear rather cute.
It is funny to read the comments of so many American people who say 'Oh those creatures scared me so much when I was a child and saw them on screen the first time' or something like that XD
But maybe I didnīt get a trauma from them because when I was a child I saw way worse stuff like whales being killed from Japanese whale fishers on the news. That scared me!
HallowpointPaws Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
A heffalump or woozle
Is very confusil.

A very catchy song. 

There was a new Whinnie the Pooh cartoon where Christopher Robin is nowhere to be seen, but instead this little girl called Darby takes his place (I always assumed she was Christopher Robbin's daughter or granddaughter). This show has NO villains (most kid's shows these days don't) and there is a hephalump called "Lumpy" who is an elephant with a very British accent.
StanHoneyThief Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I guess some characters have british accents because actually the original story and the creator live in England.
I think it is not a bad thing when no villains are in a kid's show, but on the other hand it is bad because then there are no weasels or in Winnie the Pooh movies, woozles in them either and I donīt have a reason to watch them LOL
Lumpy is a baby heffalump and is not evil or bad. There is a movie where he first got introduced to called Pooh's heffalump movie or something. And Roo the baby kangaroo wanted to catch a heffalump and found out that at least that one (Lumpy) is not bad and later the other characters find that out too and Lumpy becomes their friend. Sadly there are no woozles in this movie either.
The movie was teaching the lesson of not being intolerant and having prejudice against someone you not know personally.
Because heffalumps and woozles are seen as dangerous, bad, evil and sly like said in the movie song.
The song indeed is catching, no surprise many people think heffalumps and woozles are always bad.
HallowpointPaws Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Perhaps it's time for a new movie with a nice Woozel character.
StanHoneyThief Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Yes that I think too.
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Silvolf Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Well they do say it's easier to gain forgiveness than permission!
StanHoneyThief Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I donīt really know what you mean but maybe thatīs just me.
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