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Just a fan who likes to share his ideas through stories that people seem to like.


The Everfree forest has many secrets held within its ancient woods. Many are fabled to be able to destroy anypony brave, or stupid, enough to come looking for it. But when a certain pegasus goes inside without looking for trouble or secrets, she ends up finding one of the forest's most treasured inhabitants. And one that will happily be her friend.

"Do you like hunny?"

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Aww that story was so touching :pinkiesmile:

I bet Fluttershy and Piglet would get along great, and just thinking about Pinkie Pie and Tigger meeting makes me grin like a maniac.

i remember this old show bring back old memoirs ty.

it most like kingdom heart crossover!

...Man, who do I need to call about this ninja in my house cutting onions?

I had a VHS tape with a few of the first episodes, the tape is useless now. Watched it almost every day up until I was 4 years old. I'm 21 now.:pinkiesad2:

That was great. Reminded me how much I loved Pooh.

....:trixieshiftright: you know what I meant.

But the other stories...?

I loved it. It was really touching and heart warming.

I still wonder if A. A. Milne knew what he was doing when he named his character or if it was just an accident that has amused young minds for generations...

I'd love to see more with some of the others meeting!

Sweet little story. Seems the Hundred Acre Wood was a little further from London than most of us would have guessed. :twilightsmile:

The story does leave us with one unanswered question: are there Heffalumps in the Everfree?

I agree this feels like it should be its own series of stories. Interesting no one ever thought of pairing Pooh and Fluttershy up before.

Aww... :twilightsmile: I am crying tears of joy right now. :')

I clicked on this out of pure curiosity, and this was a great little story. Although I did spot a few points that need fixing.

Her words of course, not my own.

That needs to go. Since the rest of the story is in Fluttershy's third person POV, this is just wrong. It sticks out like a sore thumb. Is the narrator butting in?

It was no longer dark and scary; it was blustering with wind, thunder rumbling around, lightning attempting to strike the forest, and dark and scary.

This needs fixing because it's confusing. Is the forest still dark and scary, or isn't it? There's a contradiction in here.

sending her who knows how far into the Everfree’s depths.

That should be knew.

There's also your use of "…." as a scene transition marker. I mean, it works out fine here, but it's really not the best and I'd suggest using something a bit bigger.

Anyway, this was still a good, sweet little story. Thank you for writing it.

Trying not to cry, trying not to cry. :fluttercry: Oh the feels. This literally made me go back and watch Winnie the Pooh.

Oh my heart...
The sweet nostalgia.

This brings back so many good memories from my childhood. Thanks for writing this.:heart:

Oh my gosh, that ending:applecry::pinkiesad2::heart: Unexpected, yet not too sad, but very sweet:pinkiesad2::applecry::heart: Oh my gosh, it almost made me cry:raritycry::raritydespair: But overall, one of the cutest fanfics I've ever read and such a genius idea:heart: I mean, Pooh Bear and Fluttershy...you can't get any cuter than that!XD:heart::heart::heart: Ah, such a perfect crossover between the two franchises and I hope this beautiful story gets more recognication and love:heart: Crossing my hooves for a fanfic reading!:pinkiehappy:

Right in the feels and the nostalgia. But it is a good "right in". I watched this together with my Mom up until I was 16 whenever we had the chance to.

Now excuse me please, there is a ninja in my house, cutting onions and I need to get rid of em.


Now excuse me please, there is a ninja in my house, cutting onions and I need to get rid of em.

You, too? Silly old ninja...

Anyway, what else can be said? This is adorable, sweet, just... perfect.

That made me cry. :applecry:

Sequel please!

So far i love what I've read but did you really had to make the story so brief, not that i'm complaining but we could use more chapters or at least a new series based on this story. i loved watching Winnie the pooh when i was a kid, and i would love to see what happens to the Pooh gang with Fluttershy next pretty please?
i will wait until i hear back from you soon.

This was such a sweet story, I loved watching Winnie the Pooh as a child! :pinkiehappy: :heart:

This was, so pleasant and adorable. I loved it!

Does anybody remember the Pooh show with the Pooh and friends puppets? I’m not sure if it was on TV but it played before Rolly Polly Olly.

Also did anybody catch a glimpse of the much, much newer Pooh show that replaced Christopher Robin with a little girl? Who was she and is she related to Christopher Robin?

:yay:This was so, so good; now as a few others have noted, I have a ninja cutting onions in my house. :pinkiesad2::raritycry:

Oh bugger off ya grammar nazi,:fluttershysad: it is just fine.:pinkiesad2:

Fluttershy and Winnie the Pooh; such a fitting pair of friends. This was an adorable little read, and quite engaging too! :twilightsmile:

Friends are never truly gone, they’ll always be right here,” she said while poking him in the chest softly.

“In my tummy?”

Fluttershy giggled.

Haha! :rainbowlaugh: This was so cute! :derpytongue2: Thank you for sharing! :pinkiehappy:


I actually choked up when he wondered why Christopher hadn't come back...:fluttercry:

I loved this and anyone who downvotes this has a heart of stone. This was sweet, sad, and uplifting all at once. I would love to see a sequel as well, but if you don't make one know that this story is one of my favorites.

Right in the feels

There Has to be a sequel to this:fluttercry:

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