January 5, 2013

Pooh Corner: One Wonderfully Strange Candy Shop

Pooh candy Shop Corner Disneyland Critter Country Heffalump
If your New Year's resolutions include cutting back on chocolate and sugar, Pooh's not going to be much help in that department, especially inside the doors of the Pooh Corner candy shop. Located diabolica -- I mean, conveniently adjacent to the exit to Pooh's dark ride in Critter Country, it carries the surreal theme of the ride's Heffalumps and Woozles nightmare over into a much sunnier interpretation. Here, the bear and some mischievous heffa-bees turn treat shopping into one big, giddy avalanche of Hunny Pot Krispy Treats, Marshmallow Tigger Tails, season-themed fudge and more cookies and candy choices than you can shake a thistle at.

This spot used to be the Mile Long Bar. I miss seeing Max, Buff and Melvin on the wall, but I do love this shop's crazy decor.

2 comments:

  1. I consider this to be information of quality and it appears to be written so as to make the reader think.  I like your writing style and appreciate your efforts.Its an expression of contempt, and may not even be in reaction to the targets actual physical appearance or anything she specifically did. heffa is an informal spelling and lazy pronunciation of the word properly spelled as [heifer].A woman who knows better than to do something, but does it anyway.

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  2. I suppose if I had to pick a perfect article, it would be yours. I know no article is perfect, but yours is as close as it gets. Good job.Its an expression of contempt, and may not even be in reaction to the targets actual physical appearance or anything she specifically did. Like [hefer], [heffer], and [hefa], heffa is an informal spelling and lazy pronunciation of the word properly spelled as [heifer].

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