Winnie the Pooh

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread


What does Winnie the Pooh mean?

Winnie the Pooh depicted in a tuxedo, also referred called A Fellow Man of Culture is a photoshopped picture of the iconic cartoon character from the books of Alan Alexander Milne.

The edit usually appears as a reaction image in “Like/Dislike” memes, similar to the Drakeposting format.

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What's the origin of Winnie the Pooh?

The frame, which serves as the foundation of the photoshop edit was seen in the 1974 Disney animation titled Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too.

4chan users used the depiction of “Winnie the Pooh” in the armchair as a reaction image, conveying feelings of indifference.

The tuxedo version of the frame was created by an anonymous user on the message board.

Spread and Usage

How did Winnie the Pooh spread?

The “Fellow Man of Culture” meme was uploaded on the /r/dankmemes subreddit by avocadoMaster420 in 2019 and it quickly spread all over the platform.

In the following time period, a lot of diverse variations were created and posted of “Winnie the Pooh”, the most popular of which is the “Like/Dislike” iteration.

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Published: 02/17/2021 by | Last updated: 03/03/2021 | 843 views | Report error

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