Here's everything that Winnie the Pooh and chums actually said or thought about spelling stuff:
- These notices had been written by Christopher Robin, who was the only one in the forest who could spell; for Owl, wise though he was in many ways, able to read and write and spell his own name WOL, yet somehow went all to pieces over delicate words like MEASLES and BUTTEREDTOAST. (Winnie-the-Pooh, 1926, Chpt 4)
- "That was what I wanted to ask you," said Pooh. "Because my spelling is Wobbly. It's good spelling but it Wobbles, and the letters get in the wrong places" ...and "Owl licked the end of his pencil, and wondered how to spell "birthday." (Winnie-the-Pooh, 1926, Chpt 6)
- "... you can't help respecting anybody who can spell TUESDAY, even if he doesn't spell it right; but spelling isn't everything. There are days when spelling Tuesday simply doesn't count.", then later... "Owl took Christopher Robin's notice from Rabbit and looked at it nervously. He could spell his own name WOL, and he could spell Tuesday so that you knew it wasn't Wednesday, and he could read quite comfortably when you weren't looking over his shoulder and saying "Well?" all the time, and he could--- "Well?" said Rabbit." (The House at Pooh Corner, 1928, Chpt 5).
- Kanga said, "Roo, dear!" very quickly, because that's not the way to talk to anybody who can spell TUESDAY." (The House at Pooh Corner, 1928, Chpt 9)
- "He [Rabbit] had to write this out two or three times before he could get the rissolution to look like what he thought it was going to when he began to spell it..." (The House at Pooh Corner, 1928, CpT
- "T, I, double Geh, R. That spells Tigger." (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Movie, 1977)
- "W O L. That spells Owl." (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Movie, 1977)
- "Well, I went there [to school] to learn things." "We learn things here." "I mean things like... where the sun goes at night. And how words are spelled. [Sigh] And how they're not." (Pooh's Grant Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin, Movie, 1997).
That's it. Less than a dozen things, none of which are about how to spell love.