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  • Woozle is what I call my He-weaselhusband. eej on May 12, 2009

    Meet Wozzle The Funky Chicken

  • Picture to yourself a satirical cartoon version starring Pooh and Piglet and the Woozle and it will give you a better idea of how we look.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • "Excuse me?" replies Stephanie, who, like Monique, is gnawing Woozle Pup hot dogs and glorping down choco-laty-rich tubs of Mall Melts at the Ridgecrest Mall's still-open Woozle Pup stand.

    Shampoo Planet

  • Cows go in one end of the Woozle Pup hot-dog factory and out the other end emerge trailer loads of hot dogs.

    Shampoo Planet

  • The games arcade is as stuffed as ever, the floor strewn with Woozle Pup wrappers and crunched clear plastic bento boxes and chopsticks from The Great Teriyaki Experience! (tm), detritus from the mall's two remaining outposts of nutrition.

    Shampoo Planet

  • Has ever gone on an Expotition to the North Pole, sighted a Heffalump or nearly captured a Woozle?

    Pharyngula

  • Permit me this outburst: If it suddenly dawns on anyone in response to Aol. 's "content revolution" that "Gee that seems like a nifty idea; why hasn't it been done before?" then I am going to change the title of my book about the history of Internet advertising (which is currently, "What I saw on the way to the content revolution") to - with apologies to A.A. Milne - "In which Pooh and Piglet go hunting and nearly catch a Woozle," because Milne's title conjures a better image of what happens when one walks, head down, following one's footprints in the snow.

    Jarvis Coffin: Aol plans to go head-to-head with the Internet

  • Just as Pooh and Piglet created the imaginary Woozle by failing to notice that the paw prints in the snow were actually their own and not the tracks of a strange beast, so several sociologists are finding that their fellows are creating "Woozles" by failing to record accurately and fully materials they borrow and use in their own publications.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 4

  • He was simply looking for "the Woozle" in the wrong part of the forest.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 4

  • Christopher Robin, and their gentle friends will be surprised (or perhaps saddened) to learn that A.A. Milne's elusive beast, "the Woozle," has been located in a new habitat, recent publications of sociologists.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 4

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