Top Ten Pairs of Winnie the Pooh Characters that are Best When Paired TogetherFor most of my life, the Winnie the Pooh franchise has remained one of my absolute favorite series from my childhood. I love it so much, even in 2021. And here are the BEST pairs of characters that are the absolute BEST when paired together. (Not in a shipping way, just a friendly friendship sort of way. I don't ship any of the Winnie the Pooh characters together. This franchise and its characters are just much too close and dear to me to spoil in that way...)
Piglet is, and will most likely always remain, one my favorite fictional characters ever created. (A bit of an odd choice maybe, you tell me.) So it makes sense that him and his best friend Winnie the Pooh Bear would take the number one spot. Maybe I'm a bit baised, I'm sure I am, but I really think this is one of the best friendship pairings ever created. Piglet treats the dim and not so bright bear with a very little brain with equal respect, and Pooh helps him get over his constant fears and anxieties. Christopher Robin and Pooh are iconic sure, and for a very good reason, but it just doesn't beat the brilliant chemistry these two very best friends share...
The timeless story of a boy and a bear. Can't get much better than this.
Two of the funniest characters paired together, and it took me decades to realize that Rabbit may be the first ever rabbit tsundere.
A bouncing big guy and shrinking little guy. Not much else to explain.
Not as well known as Owl and Gopher, but was brought up several times in the later cartoon series. Makes sense that a Rabbit and his garden would create and interesting relationship with a tunneling Gopher.
Another hilarious pair. Who could forget their first encounter in Winnie the Pooh and The Honey Tree? And it's even better in the New Adventures series.
Tigger pretty much acts like a big brother towards Roo.
When Rabbit finnaly warms up to this silly old bear, it proves just how good a friend Rabbit can be...
I feel that their friendship was the best in the later series than the original, because Tigger kinda just pops in for a while, and just leaves.
Two completely opposite personalities. One is charismatic, energetic, happy, and excited. The other is the exact opposite to say the least
The best in the 2011 movie when Tigger tries to help Eeyore train to become a second Tigger. It works out just about as well as you'd expect.
An underrated pairing of friends to be sure. Piglet always trying to cheer him up is always so sweet and sad at the same time...