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Winnie The Pooh Face Masks Are Giving Everyone Nightmares


Deep in the 100 acre wood, where Christopher Robin plays… You’ll find a face-melted orange monster that will haunt your nightmares. These photos show people donning ‘relaxation masks’ which come in sweet cartoon packaging but are FAR from cute when people actually put them on.

h/t: metro

‘I think Eeyore just killed himself out of sheer terror,’ one poster on Imgur wrote. Quite.

They look like Winnie the Pooh had Botox injections for years trying to to cling to the fresh-faced bear we all remember, eventually had a full face transplant and then stood too close to a bonfire.

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