In Times Of Censorship, These Are The Best Winnie The Pooh Memes

Who knew that Winnie the Pooh could be so controversial? All traces of the animated honey loving bear have been scrubbed from Chinese social media.

China is known to censor its country’s social media content. Winnie the Pooh got the boot because Chinese President Xi Jinping has been compared to the lovable bear.

A bear, however hard he tries, Falls foul of Chinese censors' eyes https://t.co/ToOCHHZT7I pic.twitter.com/8H9ITqIc1M

— Financial Times (@FT) July 16, 2017

#WinnieThePooh has been blacklisted in #China for being compared to President Xi Jinping. Commence online searches for #Eeyore. pic.twitter.com/gBkWhyL7Mn

— The Liddell Group (@TheLiddellGroup) July 17, 2017

In honor of Winnie the Pooh, here are the best memes of the internet’s new favorite bear.

The most iconic Pooh meme is the dancing Winnie the Pooh.

Me: I can't wait to have a good nights sleep
My brain at 3am https://t.co/Amq3pLffO5

— Jack Mull (@J4CKMULL) January 29, 2017

The IRL Winnie the Pooh.

this is winnie the pooh now. feel old yet? pic.twitter.com/V26S6C9khW

— ๐˜‹๐˜ˆ๐˜™๐˜Š๐˜๐˜Œ ๐˜ž๐˜๐˜“๐˜‹๐˜Œ๐˜™ (@333333333433333) July 9, 2017

This face mask has caused nightmares.

ใƒ—ใƒผใ•ใ‚“ใƒ•ใ‚งใ‚คใ‚นใƒ‘ใƒƒใ‚ฏใฎ็ ดๅฃŠๅŠ›ใ€‚ pic.twitter.com/V918Uli1BD

— โ˜ž C H โ™ก R U โ˜œ (@WhatIsYourMame) March 9, 2016

It’s cute when Pooh comes to life in the TV show, but not cute in real life.

LMFAOOOOOO this was me with my tigger and pooh stuffies. Y'all bitches bet not move or y'all getting thrown out. pic.twitter.com/2AgZvKjpwj

— Babyboy ๐Ÿ’Ž (@Drebae_) July 13, 2017

There’s an entire K-Pop Twitter dedicated to comparing stars to the bear.

๐Ÿป๐Ÿฝ#์…”๋ˆ„ #์ฃผํ—Œ #๋ชฌ์Šคํƒ€์—‘์Šค #Pooh #piglet
(cr. Back_To_Baxic) pic.twitter.com/aOsBUIbPVt

— act as I say๐Ÿฝ (@actasisay) July 16, 2017

Never forget when Pooh inspired a bear IRL.

Real-life Winnie the Pooh? California police help free bear cub who got his nose stuck in a jar. https://t.co/NCq2ENvUjp pic.twitter.com/qEYwsvqXkz

— ABC News (@ABC) July 10, 2017

A just Pooh in general.

Winnie the Pooh is everything pic.twitter.com/LX2SJv2zmT

— Teala Dunn (@TTLYTEALA) July 10, 2017

China may think you’re a threat but the rest of the Internet still loves you, Pooh! Never change.

 

 

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