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'''The Land of Milk and Honey''' is a mystical village located deep in the jungle, under a volcano, along the trail of the most dangerous adventures and other clichés. In "[[The Piglet Who Would Be King]]", [[Tigger]], [[Rabbit]] and [[Piglet]] visit this distant place searching for a perfect gift for [[Pooh]]. The land is inhabited by the [[Pygmy Piglets]], who believe [[Piglet]] is their long lost king. Before they left, Tigger said that his mom told him the story of this land when he was just a kitten.
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'''The Land of Milk and Honey''' is a mystical village located deep in the jungle, under a volcano of [[honey]], along the trail of the most dangerous adventures and other clichés. In "[[The Piglet Who Would Be King]]", [[Tigger]], [[Rabbit]] and [[Piglet]] visit this distant place searching for a perfect gift for [[Pooh]]. The land is inhabited by the [[Pygmy Piglets]], who believe [[Piglet]] is their long lost king. Before they left, Tigger said that his mom told him the story of this land when he was just a kitten.
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*The name of the place may be a reference to the Bible, as the Promised Land was described as a land "flowing with milk and honey".
 
*The name of the place may be a reference to the Bible, as the Promised Land was described as a land "flowing with milk and honey".

Revision as of 16:21, 29 November 2021

Land of Milk and Honey.png

The Land of Milk and Honey is a mystical village located deep in the jungle, under a volcano of honey, along the trail of the most dangerous adventures and other clichés. In "The Piglet Who Would Be King", Tigger, Rabbit and Piglet visit this distant place searching for a perfect gift for Pooh. The land is inhabited by the Pygmy Piglets, who believe Piglet is their long lost king. Before they left, Tigger said that his mom told him the story of this land when he was just a kitten.

Trivia

  • The name of the place may be a reference to the Bible, as the Promised Land was described as a land "flowing with milk and honey".