Right near the top of my list of favorite movies of all time is the wonderfully wholesome ‘Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin.’ In it, Winnie the Pooh, along with his friends Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, Rabbit, and Owl go searching for Christopher Robin, who they believe is in danger (though he simply went off to school which they misinterpret as ‘skull’; thanks, Owl!). So when I think of Pooh and the gang, I can’t help but smile and feel like life is utterly amazing. My favorite characters? Piglet and Tigger. Unfortunately, not everyone has the same fuzzy feelings when it comes to these whimsical characters.

TikTok user Tayler, aka Tizzybizzy92, shared a very bizarre tale about how an older woman came to her home to complain about her flag that had Tigger, the tiger from Winnie the Pooh, on it. Yes, the Tigger flag triggered Tayler’s local ‘Karen.’ She posted the interaction with the old white lady on her TikTok account, so go and have a look at how everything went down, dear Pandas. Be sure to let us know what you think about the entire weird situation.

Tayler told Bored Panda that she wasn’t expecting her videos to go viral and have such an impact on TikTok. “My family and I just thought it was funny,” she said.

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The internet was shocked to learn how a nosy neighbor complained to a woman about the flag near her house. That flag… had Tigger the tiger on it

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Check out Tayler’s full video about what happened with her neighbor

@tizzybizzy92A tigger flag!!😝😂#neighborhoodkaren♬ original sound – Ambrosia

Tayler revealed to Bored Panda that the Tigger flag comes from “a pack of holiday flags from Amazon.” In her family, they’re all fans of Winnie the Pooh and the entire group of friends.

“We are all huge Winnie the Pooh fans. I have a two-year-old, Tariq. He loves to bounce like Tigger,” she said.

I was also interested to get Tayler’s take on what the essence of a good neighbor is. In her opinion, it’s all about who the individual is as a person. “Good people make good neighbors,” she said.

She added that, overall, the neighbors in her local community are great. “We love our neighborhood.”

The neighbor wasn’t shy about sharing her distaste for the flag with Winnie the Pooh’s pal Tigger on it. Here’s what happened

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This is what the flag looks like. Personally, I’m a huge fan of it

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Tayler’s initial video got a whopping 10.8 million views on TikTok while two of her follow-ups racked up 2.8 and 1.2 million views.

To be completely fair, the neighbor later apologized to Tayler for everything… from her car. Previously, though, she explained that she didn’t like the Tigger flag and thought that it was tacky. She also thought that it reflected badly on the entire neighborhood.

A lot of commenters thought the older woman was way out of line. After all, it’s just a flag. With Tigger! I mean, he’s a fantastic character, the perfect mix of boisterous, energetic, cowardly, and prudent. And the flag brings a bit of cheer to the neighborhood. But that’s just my opinion, dear Readers—you might have a different one.

The key to being a good neighbor is all about respecting the locals and the rules of the community. That means finding a balance between the boundaries that others set for you, as well as the boundaries you set for your neighbors.

However, some neighbors can get very nosy when it comes to how your house and your yard look. According to ‘American Family Insurance,’ how your house looks can affect the property value of the entire neighborhood.

“Don’t be the house on the block known for overgrown grass and dead flower beds. Keep the curb appeal of your home looking its best by regularly mowing your yard, cleaning out your gutters, power washing your home, and picking up the toys scattered on the lawn,” AFI explains that every neighbor should do their best to remember that they’re part of the local community.

The internet thought the entire situation was absurd and lightly made fun of the nosy neighbor

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