A fun column from Jeremy Clarkson in today’s Sunday Times who suggests we think of anyone you know and they’ll slot neatly into one of the characters from Winnie-the-Pooh.
He points out that this handy classification system negates the need for any other kind of segmentation, tribe or Acorn group, allowing the nation’s bee keepers to direct mail every Pooh in the country. And that recruiting becomes much simpler when it is clear that an Eeyore will never make it as a children’s entertainer and Tiggers will be rubbish plasterers.
You can find out which Winnie the Pooh character you are by taking this quiz. I’m apparently a Kanga…
3 thoughts on “Never mind Acorn, use the Hundred Acre Wood”
I’m Winnie the Pooh.
Lovable and kind and a bit slow it says.
I’m rabbit. A bit bossy but people love me anyway.
I’m Winnie the Pooh. I’m not sure if that’s a good fit because I never watched Winnie the Pooh. I did, however, watch The A-Team… and I can confidently say I am Howling Mad Murdoch: