Winnie the Pooh and Kung Fu Panda’s are brothers from another mother.    Over the years there have been several different fun and loveable that have developed a huge fan base.  Winnie the Pooh and Po are two such Pop culture icons and share lot of commonalities.

First, they both have a childlike naivety about them.  Longtime Winnie the Pooh fans are familiar with how Winnie the Pooh’s innocent personality has gotten him in some tight squeezes, especially when it comes to getting honey.   Po may have a bit higher maturity, but he still has a youthful innocence about him to also get him into just as much trouble.

Both bears love to eat.     If you know anything about these to bears that the preceding statement hardly requires any explanation.    Pooh’s food of choice is honey while Po seems to want to consume about everything in his path, but his favorites seem to be sticky been pies.   But either way, they love to eat and given the chance, they will eat until there is nothing left to consume.

Another trait that both possess is loyalty.   Winnie the Pooh is always there for his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.   If Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Kanga, Roo, Tigger, or one of his other friends need him he is always there to help.       Being the Kung Fu Panda really helps when a friend needs assistance, but Po has a natural loyalty that would still be there even if he did not have any martial arts skills.

Each of these characters has their own guru or personal adviser.  It is obvious that Po has Master Shifu to help him and guide him.       Pooh’s advisor is not as obvious and he is not as straightforward as Shifu, but he is always there to be a friend.  Christopher Robin, although a child himself, has always been there to give Winnie the Pooh the advice that he needs.

Pooh and Po, by first appearances, may appear to be the complete opposite, but if you just take a look at them you will see that they are more alike than different and could be brothers from another mother.