Winnie-The-Pooh, the A.A. Milne series featuring a stuffed bear and his toy animal friends, debuted 90 years ago this week. Here are some milestones from the franchise’s nearly century-long run:

1926

Noted English author A.A. Milne plagiarizes beloved British children’s book Winston The Proper Plaything For Young Lads

1926-2016

Eeyore, the introspective donkey, quickly becomes a favorite among readers who are sad pieces of shit that everybody hates

1928

Critics blast sequel The House At Pooh Corner as a derivative retread that fails to develop Owl and Roo

1956

Milne passes away before having a chance to witness the full extent of his characters’ commercialized mutation

1961

Acquisition by Walt Disney Productions the only reason you’ve heard of any of this at all

1985

Last heffalump dies in captivity

1995

Parent advocacy groups demand at least one heterosexual character be added to Winnie-the-Pooh’s circle of friends

2003

Piglet’s Big Movie, despite grossing $63 million worldwide, somehow not remotely the most successful movie to star a pig

2004–2011

Franchise kept alive exclusively through Aunt Lisa’s sweatshirt collection

2026

Many children continue to dislike reading