• Mickey's Rainy Day Express • Mickey's Storybook Express • Main Street Electrical Parade @spectrum_one: As always, thank you my friend. • "Under a Spelling Bee's Spell" • "Adventure" • "Mental Altitude" • "I Want to Know Everything Now" • "Happy Tailiversary" • "Get Growin'" • "Tigger's Lullaby" • "Perfect Party" • "If We Were Talkin'" • "Someone New to Meet" • "My Hero" • "I Want To Be Scary" • "Broken Friendships" • "Do the Roo" • "Call Me Buck-a-Roo" • "At Chez Piglet" • "Nothing Ever Happens" • "Too Much Honey" • "Lost in a Book" however, she spoke a refinely accented version that probably originated in east anglia at the time of the pilgrim migration. Top ending as well as expecting a fade out, Feel like I'm floating in space rock bliss - outstanding. Please note that comments are moderated, and will sometimes take a few days to appear. Restaurants: Crystal Palace The expression goes back at least to “My Fine Feathered Friend” (no hyphen), an ornithologically themed 1937 standard later made a hit by Glenn Miller, but did the phrase pre-date the song? Thanks for listening. For some reason this song seemed to fall between the cracks and has remained neglected. Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin: Skullasaurus • Butterflies • Tyrannosaurus Rex Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie: Santa Claus • Holly Pooh cares for a baby bird he names Happy. • "Find the X" • "Everyone Wants a Valentine" • "That's What We Do" • "Keep it Simple" • "Have You Got a Book For Me?" And did it originate as a way to refer to birds, or humans? i can remember her using the expression “my fine-feathered friend” to convey someone who was putting on a front (fine feathers) and acting in an inappropriately grand manner. Glad you enjoy it. I lived in London for a few years not too long ago. Season One: "Best Wishes, Winnie the Pooh/Double Time" • "Are You Me?/Rabbit's Happy Birthday Party" • "Circumference Equals Pirate 'Arrr' Squared/Pooh's to Do" • "Pigletry/Dinosnores" • "I Could Have Laughed All Night/X Spots the Mark" • "My Gloomy Valentine/Mr. The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh We were young and raised the dead with the things we did and said It is also me just being lazy and not wanting to record live drums or set up a full drum sequence. We deeply appreciate the erudition and energy of our commenters. Obviously I don't own the rights to the sample. I always thought a fine feathered friend was someone who only liked you if things were going your way. Thank you. Parade: Celebrate A Dream Come True Parade • Disney's Fantillusion • Disney's Magical Moments Parade • Disney's Party Express • Disney Carnivale Parade • Disney Magic on Parade • Disney on Parade: 100 Years of Magic • Disney Stars on Parade • Dreaming Up! I think the author in question is Robert Paltock, not Patlock. The book is Ka href=”https://www.gutenberg.org/files/51967/51967-h/51967-h.htm”>available online from Project Gutenberg. I … And Robert Patlock’s book—something to look into! When we were kings of the round kicking about our piece of ground Please download one of our supported browsers. We were young and raised the dead with the things we did and said The term was not coined by the Tom & Jerry cartoon Fine Feathered Friend (1942). I’m going to continue a bit longer with my long-held misreading of the phrase. I am not really sure what to make of ‘Fine Feathered Friends’. Playlists containing Fine Feathered Friend. Really appreciate it. Season Three: "Oh, Bottle/Owl in the Family" • "Sham Pooh/Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear" • "What's the Score, Pooh?/Tigger's Houseguest" • "Rabbit Takes a Holiday/Eeyi Eeyi Eeyore" • "Pooh Skies" • "To Bee or Not to Bee/April Pooh" • "A Knight to Remember" • "Tigger is the Mother of Invention/The Bug Stops Here" • "Easy Come, Easy Gopher/Invasion of the Pooh Snatcher" • "Tigger Got Your Tongue/A Bird in the Hand" Winnie the Pooh" • "A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving" • "Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You" • "Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year", The Book of Pooh Summer: Mickey's WaterWorks You can tell it is unfinished as I repeat the first verse and never worked out a chorus. Behold the way our fine feathered friend, His virtue doth parade Thou knowest not, my dim-witted friend The picture thou hast made Thy vacant brow, and thy tousled hair Conceal thy good intent Thou noble upright truthful sincere, And slightly dopey gent You're my funny valentine, Sweet comic valentine, You make me smile with my heart. I'm all ears. LYRICS... • Disney's Easter Wonderland • Disney's Spring Promenade • Usatama on the Run! I think a modern equivalent would be a combination of a “suck-up” and a “fair-weather fan”. Hoping to go back and live in the UK for good in the next few years. –Anonymous. Whereas “fine feathered” just means well dressed, plumage now just bird metaphorical. Listen for their “drink-your-tea” song as the males perch on elevated branches and twigs. I would have loved to headed to Wales for a jam. The Many Songs of Winnie the Pooh: "It Really Was a Woozle, Yes it Was" And so Dr. Seuss' famous Cat in the Hat introduces young readers to the amazing world of birds. Season Four: "Sorry, Wrong Slusher" • "Grown But Not Forgotten" • "A Pooh Day Afternoon" • "The Good, the Bad, and the Tigger" • "Home is Where the Home is" • "Shovel, Shovel, Toil and Trouble/The Wise Have It" • "Cloud, Cloud Go Away/To Dream the Impossible Scheme" • "Piglet's Poohetry/Owl's Well That Ends Well" Now I’m sitting home along just waiting by the telephone Hey, thank you very much. Did I lose my way? together.” However, I sometimes get some quizzical stares/looks. Kanga, Eeyore, and Rabbit do not appear in this episode. Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. her english was pure colloquial language inasmuch as she had little formal education. So my whole life, I’ve been assuming that a “fine feathered friend” is one who is both fine and feathered. Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie: "Trick 'R Treating With Our Friends" • "Brave Together" • "As Long As I'm Here With You" Hey, it’s been a while... A bit more work on it and it will become a very good track. TV Shows: Welcome to Pooh Corner • The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh • The Book of Pooh • My Friends Tigger & Pooh What lyrics the song has are basically an ode to school days. In my opinion it probably lacks a bit of excitement - maybe it is why I could never be bothered to complete it. Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year: "Jingle Bells" • "Snow Snows" • "Merry Pooh Year" • "Hunny, Not for Me" • "Auld Lang Syne" Boo to You Too! Special: "Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too" • "Boo to You Too! Narrator" • "Vegetable of Contents/A Welcome to Beat the Band With" • "Owl's Book/The Autobiography of Tigger" • "You Can Lead Eeyore to Books/The Spice of Life" • "The Words Are Out/Brain Drain" The Book of Pooh: "Everyone Knows He's Winnie the Pooh" • "Goodbye for Now" • "Your Best Wishes" • "On the Double" • "Who is Me" • "Think, Think, Think" • "What Piglets Are" • "I Watch for Signs" • "We're Making a Cake" • "If I Could Be Big" • "Isn't that Funny?" My Fine, Feathered Friend Birds of a Feather Be a Friend I Like Trees Trivia. You’ve got me up a tree, my fine feathered friend.” “Fine-feathered,” with a hyphen, was definitely the original form, and its first known appearance predates Glenn Miller’s recording by nearly 200 years, occurring in Robert Patlock’s decidedly odd … It also seems likely that he meant “fine” in the sense of “beautiful” rather than simply “not coarse.” There was also, at the time, a popular proverb, “Fine feathers make fine birds” (meaning that good clothes “make” the person), which undoubtedly influenced Patlock and makes his use of the phrase (if indeed in praise of his flying fiancee) a nicely done pun. Kanga, Eeyore, and Rabbit do not appear in this episode. Sing a Song with Pooh Bear: "Kanga Roo Hop" • "You're the One and Only One" • "Harvest What You Grow" • "My Song" https://disney.fandom.com/wiki/Fine_Feathered_Friend?oldid=4135656. “Fine feathered friend” has been said about birds since at least the 1870s. Like “birds of a feather flock It is an unfinished song that I recorded back in 2006. Miscellaneous: "Luv-a-bye" • "Playtime Song" • "Learning Song" • "Friendship Song". Cshizzle, a “fair weather” friend is one who only likes you if things are going your way–if you’re in a halcyon life phase of smooth sailing, experiencing “fair weather” good fortune, not troubles. Songs. I use the term when addressing my certain group of friends who have a lot in common. Founded over 25 year ago by Myrna Frame and her late husband Curtis. good lord do you realize how orgasmic this is? Not much more to say about this track. @andsmith: Thanks my friend. Thanks, Great track, I like it and share it mate :). Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You: Winifred We cannot change the world of all birds, but we can make a difference one bird at a time.” @mikegraymusic: Thanks man. The meaning appears to me to let “fine” modify “feathered” rather than “friends,” but either interpretation makes sense. Learning Adventures: "A Word That Sounds Like Autumn" • "Letter Shapes and Sounds" • "Counting" • "Bouncerific" • "The Shape of Things" • "Big Small Wonderful Wood" • "Different as Night and Day" • "Honey Pot" First time the narrator's dog, Clancy, appears. The music is a bit early 70’s Pink Floyd (an era that I don’t love, I’m much more of a Syd Barrett kind of guy). • "Give It a Try" • "On Your Way Back Home" • "The Birdbird Song" • "Nightmare Wranglers" • "Carry On" • "What's Your Name, River" • "Where Do Words Go?" The Web has been little help here: Google Book Search shows more hits for no-hyphen, but many of the hyphenated examples are older, more literary, or otherwise seem more likely to be correct. man, some sweet tones pre-verse, very nice introduction ... truly amazing and dig the arrangement. Your comments frequently make an invaluable contribution to the story of words and phrases in everyday usage over many years. So, to sum up, “fine-feathered friend” seems to have been, all along, a compliment to humans by allusion to a bird with beautiful plumage. Yikes. This is the easiest way to find a column on a particular word or phrase. Dear Word Detective: I saw this on Ken Jenning’s website (www.ken-jennings.com) — he was looking for the origin of a phrase in his blog: Etymology help! First appearance of Happy the bird. Welcome to Pooh Corner: Robert Rabbit • Happy
. Need help? Anyway, the lyrics are purportedly birdy but obviously applicable to humans as well: “I’ll make just one request, my sweet chickadee, Don’t find some cuckoo’s nest and fly out on me, We do belong together, what do you intend? Season One: "Pooh Oughta Be in Pictures" • "Friend, In Deed/Donkey for a Day" • "There's No Camp Like Home/Balloonatics" • "Find Her, Keep Her" • "The Piglet Who Would Be King" • "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible" • "The Great Honey Pot Robbery" • "Stripes/Monkey See, Monkey Do Better" • "Babysitter Blues" • "How Much is That Rabbit in the Window" • "Gone with the Wind/Nothing But the Tooth" • "Paw and Order" • "Honey for a Bunny/Trap as Trap Can" • "The Masked Offender/Things That Go Piglet in the Night" • "Luck Amok/Magic Earmuffs" • "The Wishing Bear" • "King of the Beasties/The Rats Who Came to Dinner" • "My Hero/Owl Feathers" • "A Very, Very Large Animal/Fish Out of Water" • "Lights Out/Tigger's Shoes" • "The "New" Eeyore/Tigger, Private Ear" • "Party Poohper/The Old Switcheroo"

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