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100 Heartwarming Winnie the Pooh quotes

Do you sometimes wish you could go back in time to experience all those wonderful childhood memories all over again? Our collection of insightful and funny Winnie the Pooh quotes brings back the memory of happy childhood moments.

When English author A. A. Milne started writing his collection of stories about a fictional teddy bear, no one could have guessed how popular the character would become. Since its creation in 1926, the honey-loving teddy bear has enriched the childhood of millions all around the world and continues to inspire one generation after the other to this present day.

“How lucky am I to have something that makes saying good-bye so hard.”
A.A. Milne

The marvelous adventures of Winnie the Pooh are not just beloved by kids, but also by adults. That is because Winnie and his friends have many interesting thoughts to share about life and love. Despite being written for children, Winnie the Pooh shares many valuable insights on happiness and life lessons adults can relate to as well.

Winnie the Pooh quotes

These Winnie the Pooh quotes bring back wonderful childhood memories

What is wonderful about this beloved bear is that A. A. Milne gave him a simple yet profound philosophy. Winnie the Pooh shows us how important it is to enjoy the present moment and to cherish our friends.

100 Heart-Touching Winnie the Pooh quotes

The reason why Winnie the Pooh is so filled with inspirational life lessons is because A. A. Milne was not just a writer of children’s stories, but also an insightful philosopher. The reason why the adventures of this adorable little bear resonate so much with us is because of the profound lessons Milne shares with us in his books. If you love singing the theme song of the many adaptations of Pooh bear, you’ll definitely like our selection of inspirational Winnie the Pooh quotes.

Enjoy reading this collection of Winnie the Pooh quotes

1.

Winnie the Pooh quote

“Piglet noticed that even though he had a very small heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

2.

Living to be 100 years old quote

“If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

3.

Quote about dreaming

“I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart for so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can be together all the time.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

4.

Brave Winnie the Pooh quote

“You’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.”
A. A. Milne

5.

Funny Winnie the Pooh quote

“Honey or condensed milk with your bread?” he was so excited that he said, “Both,” and then, so as not to seem greedy, he added, “but don’t bother about the bread, please.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

6.

“We’ll be Friends Forever, won’t we, Pooh?’ asked Piglet.
Even longer,’ Pooh answered.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

7.

“Pooh felt that he ought to say something helpful about it, but didn’t quite know what. So he decided to do something helpful instead.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

8.

“But, of course, it isn’t really Good-bye, because the Forest will always be there… and anybody who is Friendly with Bears can find it.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

9.

“Pooh couldn’t sleep. The more he tried to sleep the more he couldn’t. He tried counting Sheep, which is sometimes a good way of getting to sleep, and, as that was no good, he tried counting Heffalumps. And that was worse. Because every Heffalump that he counted was making straight for a pot of Pooh’s honey, and eating it all. For some minutes he lay there miserably, but when the five hundred and eighty-seventh Heffalump was licking its jaws, and saying to itself, “Very good honey this, I don’t know when I’ve tasted better,” Pooh could bear it no longer.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

10.

“People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

11.

“Wherever they go, and whatever happens to them on the way, in that enchanted place on the top of the forest, a little boy and his Bear will always be playing.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

12.

“You can’t stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

13.

“Promise you won’t forget me, ever. Not even when I’m a hundred.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

14.

“It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn’t use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like “What about lunch?”
A. A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh

15.

“What a long time whoever lives here is answering this door.” And he knocked again. “But Pooh,” said Piglet, “it’s your own house!” “Oh!” said Pooh. “So it is,” he said. “Well, let’s go in.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

16.

“And really, it wasn’t much good having anything exciting like floods, if you couldn’t share them with somebody.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

17.

“It is hard to be brave, when you’re only a Very Small Animal.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

18.

“It’s so much more friendly with two.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

19.

“For some time now Pooh had been saying “Yes” and “No” in turn, with his eyes shut, to all that Owl was saying, and having said, “Yes, yes,” last time, he said “No, not at all,” now, without really knowing what Owl was talking about.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

20.

“Drinking your milk and talking at the same time may result in your having to be patted on the back and dried for quite a long time afterward.”
Joan Powers, Pooh’s Little Instruction Book

21.

“I used to believe in forever, but forever’s too good to be true”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

22.

“Piglet was so excited at the idea of being Useful that he forgot to be frightened any more, and when Rabbit went on to say that Kangas was only Fierce during the winter months, being at other times of an Affectionate Disposition, he could hardly sit still, he was so eager to begin being useful at once.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

23.

“Some people care too much. I think it’s called love.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

24.

“When you wake up in the morning, Pooh,” said Piglet at last, “what’s the first thing you say to yourself?”
“What’s for breakfast?” said Pooh. “What do you say, Piglet?”
“I say, I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today?” said Piglet.
Pooh nodded thoughtfully. “It’s the same thing,” he said.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

25.

“So perhaps the best thing to do is to stop writing Introductions and get on with the book.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

26.

“But Piglet is so small that he slips into a pocket, where it is very comfortable to feel him when you are not quite sure whether twice seven is twelve or twenty-two.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

27.

“You never can tell with bees.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

28.

“Nobody can be uncheered with a balloon.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

29.

“If the person you are talking to doesn’t appear to be listening, be patient. It may simply be that he has a small piece of fluff in his ear.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

30.

“Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That’s the problem.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

31.

“When you are a Bear of Very Little Brain, and you Think of Things, you find sometimes that a Thing which seemed very Thingish inside you is quite different when it gets out into the open and has other people looking at it.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

32.

“Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

33.

“Let me do it for you,” said Pooh kindly. So he reached up and knocked at the door. “I have just seen Eeyore,” he began, “and poor Eeyore is in a Very Sad Condition, because it’s his birthday, and nobody has taken any notice of it, and he’s very Gloomy.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

34.

“Rabbit’s clever. And he has Brain. I suppose that that’s why he never understands anything.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

35.

“They’re funny things, Accidents. You never have them till you’re having them.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

36.

“A bear, however hard he tries, grows tubby without exercise.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

37.

“Oh, help!’ said Pooh. ‘I’d better go back.’ ‘Oh, bother!’ said Pooh. ‘I shall have to go on.’ ‘I can’t do either!’ said Pooh. ‘Oh, help and bother!”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

38.

“When speaking to a Bear of Very Little Brain, remember that long words may bother him.”
Joan Powers, Pooh’s Little Instruction Book

39.

“He said it twice because he had never said it before, and it sounded funny.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

40.

“He was telling an interesting anecdote full of exciting words like “encyclopedia” and “rhododendron”.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

41.

“I knew when I met you an adventure was going to happen.”
A.A. Milne

42.

“Winnie the Pooh finds comfort in counting his pots of honey, and Rabbit finds comfort in knowing where his relations are – even if he doesn’t need them at the moment.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

43.

“One of the advantages of being disorganized is that one is always having surprising discoveries.”
A.A. Milne

44.

“Well,” said Pooh, “what I like best,” and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn’t know what it was called.”
A. A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh

45.

“Just because an animal is large, it doesn’t mean he doesn’t want kindness; however big Tigger seems to be, remember that he wants as much kindness as Roo.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

46.

“And how are you?” said Winnie-the-Pooh. Eeyore shook his head from side to side. “Not very how,” he said. “I don’t seem to have felt at all how for a long time.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

47.

“Cottleston, Cottleston, Cottleston Pie,
A fly can’t bird, but a bird can fly.
Ask me a riddle and I reply:
“Cottleston, Cottleston, Cottleston Pie.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

48.

“It all comes,” said Pooh crossly, “of not having front doors big enough.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

49.

“When you see someone putting on his Big Boots, you can be pretty sure that an Adventure is going to happen.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

50.

“She would know a good thing to do without thinking about it.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

51.

“Pooh,” said Rabbit kindly, “you haven’t any brain.” “I know,” said Pooh humbly.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

52.

“When we asked Pooh what the opposite of an Introduction was, he said “The what of a what?” which didn’t help us as much as we had hoped, but luckily Owl kept his head and told us that the Opposite of an Introduction, my dear Pooh, was a Contradiction; and, as he is very good at long words, I am sure that that’s what it is.”
A. A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner

53.

“Then Piglet saw what a Foolish Piglet he had been, and he was so ashamed of himself that he ran straight off home and went to bed with a headache.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

54.

“When carrying a jar of honey to give to a friend for his birthday, don’t stop and eat it along the way.”
Joan Powers, Pooh’s Little Instruction Book

55.

“I did know once, only I’ve sort of forgotten.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

56.

“They have no imagination. A tail is just a tail to them, just a little something extra in the back.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

57.

“Washing, this modern behind the ears nonsense.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

58.

“It isn’t as easy as I thought. I suppose that’s why Heffalumps hardly ever get caught.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

59.

“I wish I could jump like that,” he thought. “Some can and some can’t. That’s how it is.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

60.

“You can’t help respecting anybody who can spell TUESDAY, even if he doesn’t spell it right.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

61.

“My spelling is Wobbly. It’s good spelling but it Wobbles, and the letters get in the wrong places.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

62.

“Christopher Robin nodded. “Then there’s only one thing to be done,” he said. “We shall have to wait for you to get thin again.” “How long does getting thin take?” asked Pooh anxiously. “About a week, I should think.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

63.

“Did you ever stop to think, and forget to start again?”
A.A. Milne

64.

“Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind.
“Pooh!” he whispered.
“Yes, Piglet?”
“Nothing,” said Piglet, taking Pooh’s paw. “I just wanted to be sure of you.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

65.

“If possible, try to find a way to come downstairs that doesn’t involve going bump, bump, bump, on the back of your head.”
Joan Powers, Pooh’s Little Instruction Book

66.

“Well, you both went out with the blue balloon, and you took your gun with you, just in case, as you always did.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

67.

“I wasn’t afraid,” said Pooh, “I’m never afraid with you.”
A.A. Milne in Now We Are Six

68.

“No brain at all, some of them [people], only grey fluff that’s blown into their heads by mistake, and they don’t Think.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

69.

“And if anyone knows anything about anything,” said Bear to himself, “it’s Owl who knows something about something,” he said, “or my name’s not Winnie-the-Pooh,” he said. “Which it is,” he added. “So there you are.” Owl”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

70.

“The things that make me different are the things that make me ME!”
A.A. Milne in The Complete Tales and Poems of Winnie-the-Pooh

71.

“Here I am in the dark alone, What is it going to be? I can think whatever I like to think, I can play whatever I like to play, I can laugh whatever I like to laugh, There’s nobody here but me.”
A.A. Milne in Now We Are Six

72.

“No one can tell me, Nobody knows, Where the wind comes from, Where the wind goes.”
A.A. Milne in Now We Are Six

73.

“Piglet opened the letterbox and climbed in. Then, having untied himself, he began to squeeze into the slit, through which in the old days when front doors were front doors, many an unexpected letter than WOL had written to himself, had come slipping.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

74.

“He could see the honey, he could smell the honey, but he couldn’t quite reach the honey.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

75.

“By the time it came to the edge of the Forest, the stream had grown up, so that it was almost a river, and, being grown-up, it did not run and jump and sparkle along as it used to do when it was younger, but moved more slowly. For it knew now where it was going, and it said to itself, “There is no hurry. We shall get there someday.” But all the little streams higher up in the Forest went this way and that, quickly, eagerly, having so much to find out before it was too late.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

76.

“Owl explained about the Necessary Dorsal Muscles. He had explained this to Pooh and Christopher Robin once before and had been waiting for a chance to do it again, because it is a thing you can easily explain twice before anybody knows what you are talking about.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

77.

“Owl looked at him, and wondered whether to push him off the tree; but, feeling that he could always do it afterward, he tried once more to find out what they were talking about.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

78.

“Well, even if I’m in the moon, I needn’t be face downwards all the time,” so he got cautiously up and looked about him.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

79.

“How sweet to be a Cloud Floating in the Blue! It makes him very proud to be a little cloud.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

80.

“Owl,” said Rabbit shortly, “you and I have brains. The others have fluff. If there is any thinking to be done in this Forest – and when I say thinking I mean thinking – you and I must do it.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

81.

“Weeds are flowers, too, once you get to know them.”
A.A. Milne

82.

“Piglet had got up early that morning to pick himself a bunch of violets; and when he had picked them and put them in a pot in the middle of his house, it suddenly came over him that nobody had ever picked Eeyore a bunch of violets, and the more he thought of this, the more he thought how sad it was to be an Animal who had never had a bunch of violets picked for him.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

83.

“They wanted to come in after the pounds”, explained Pooh, “so I let them. It’s the best way to write poetry, letting things come.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

84.

“Whatever his weight in pounds and ounces, he always seems bigger because of his bounces.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

85.

“If you were a cloud, and sailed up there,
You’d sail on the water as blue as air.
And you’d see me here in the fields and say:
“Doesn’t the sky look green today?”
A.A. Milne in When We Were Very Young

86.

“It was a drowsy summer afternoon, and the Forest was full of gentle sounds, which all seemed to be saying to Pooh, ‘Don’t listen to Rabbit, listen to me.’ So he got in a comfortable position for not listening to Rabbit.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

87.

“It all comes of liking honey so much.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

88.

“If you were a bird, and lived on high,
You’d lean on the wind when the wind came by,
You’d say to the wind when it took you away:
“That’s where I wanted to go today!”
A.A. Milne in When We Were Very Young

89.

“But it’s always useful to know where a friend-and-relation is, whether you want him or whether you don’t.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

90.

“But now I am six. And I’m clever as clever. And now I think I’ll stay six now forever and ever.”
A. A. Milne, Now We Are Six

91.

“Do go and see, Owl. Because Pooh hasn’t got very much brain, and he might do something silly, and I do love him so, Owl. Do you see, Owl?”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

92.

“They always take longer than you think.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

93.

“Wherever I am, there’s always Pooh,
There’s always Pooh and Me.
Whatever I do, he wants to do,
“Where are you going today?” says Pooh:
“Well, that’s very odd ‘cos I was too.
Let’s go together,” says Pooh, says he.
“Let’s go together,” says Pooh.”
A.A. Milne in Now We Are Six

94.

“But wherever they go, and whatever happens to them on the way, in that enchanted place on the top of the Forest, a little boy and his Bear will always be playing.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

95.

“And Teddy worried lots about
The fact that he was rather stout.
He thought: “If only I were thin!
But how does anyone begin?”
A.A. Milne in When We Were Very Young

96.

“Hallo, Rabbit,” he said, “is that you?” “Let’s pretend it isn’t,” said Rabbit, “and see what happens.” “I’ve got a message for you.” “I’ll give it to him.”
A.A. Milne in Winnie the Pooh

97.

“But it isn’t easy,’ said Pooh. ‘Because Poetry and Hums aren’t things which you get, they’re things which get you. And all you can do is to go where they can find you.”
A.A. Milne in The House at Pooh Corner

98.

“Sometimes, if you stand on the bottom rail of a bridge and lean over to watch the river slipping slowly away beneath you, you will suddenly know everything there is to be known.”
A.A. Milne

99.

“Don’t underestimate the value of Doing Nothing, of just going along, listening to all the things you can’t hear, and not bothering.”
A.A. Milne

100.

“That’s what Jagulars always do,” said Pooh, much interested. “They call ‘Help! Help!’ and then when you look up, they drop on you.”
“I’m looking down,” cried Piglet loudly, so as the Jagular shouldn’t do the wrong thing by accident.”
A.A. Milne

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