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A.A. Milne's Honey Dipper
71QZ 5byFPL. SL1500

Origin

A.A. Milne (Winnie the Pooh)

Type

Honey Dipper

Effects

Makes the consumer happier and more active

Downsides

Gives them cravings for honey where their body will shut down if don't get any

Activation

Children eating honey from the dipper

Collected by

Felix, Rick and Aden

Section

Disney-WR853

Date of Collection

2014

[Source]


OriginEdit

Alan Alexander Milne was an English author, best known for his books about the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh and for various children's poems. Milne was a noted writer, primarily as a playwright, before the huge success of Pooh overshadowed all his previous work. Contrary to the belief, Milne did not only get inspiration from his son, Christopher Robin Milne, but also this dipper his son played with along with his teddy bear: Winnie the Pooh.

EffectsEdit

The dipper acts as a dowsing rod for children in need of comfort, and whenever honey that has touched the dipper is ingested, the consumer's endorphins will fire off, making them happier and more active. Unfortunately, it also makes them absolutely ravenous for honey, and they won't stop eating it until their body shuts down.

CollectionEdit

When it was reported that children in New York were suffering with gastric problems that were proving to worsen, Warehouse Agents were quick to come on the scene. Investigations confirmed that all the children but one were in the upper class, and sick within a week prior to the gastrointestinal symptoms appearing. It turned out the mother of the child from the lower-class family had been hired as a caretaker for the sick children of the rich families, and quite innocently had used A.A. Milne's Honey Dipper, which she had picked up somewhere along the line, to spread the sweetener on the children's food, including her own child when he came down with a cold. It was then later moved to the Disney Vault.

It was part of the artifact cache retrived from a mission at Disneyland and is now stored in the Disney Vault sector of the Warehouse.

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