Dating a forgetful guy

03-Jun-2018 15:30

Brave has an oval shaped yellow body, visible yellow arms and legs, and a yellow nose. Brave wears round glasses and a red and blue striped baseball cap. Brave appears under the titles Monsieur Courageux (French), Ο Κύριος Γενναίος (Greek), 勇敢先生 (Taiwan), 용감씨 (Korean). Hergwd (Welsh), Unser Herr Schussel (German), Fætter Bumle (Danish), מר בום Mar Boom-Mr.

Barley's apple orchard, making the apples fall off the trees. Bump Loses His Memory he falls out of his bedroom window and bumps his head, promptly causing him to lose his memory. In the US and UK versions, he is voiced by Paul Greenberg (credited as Aaron Albertus) and Simon Greenall respectively. Bump appears under the titles Monsieur Malchance (French), Don Pupas (Spanish), Meneer Pech/Meneertje Bots (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Σκουντούφλης (Greek), 意外先生 (Taiwan), 꽈당씨 (Korean), Mr.

He almost looks the same, but his flower and gloves are absent and has a white and red polka-dotted bow tie, his hat is also bent and he has Mr.

Crosspatch loves to fight (which may explain the bandage on his head); he even lives in a torn up house. Crosspatch is published under the title "Monsieur Bagarreur" in France and "Κύριος Καβγατζής" in Greek. They get on the back of a huge bird, and the bird flies them from place to place.

He is at school when his teacher is talking about history. Daydream, who invites Jack to come on an adventure with him.

Fussy's cousin, before appearing as the title character in his own book. Clumsy appears under the titles Monsieur Maladroit (French), Don Desastre (Spanish), Meneertje Onhandig (Dutch), 서툴러씨 (Korean), 呆呆先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Αδέξιος (Greek), Unser Herr Tolpatsch (German), Fætter Bulder (Danish) Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves and the first one created by Adam Hargreaves. Cool appeared and snapped his fingers, everything happens to make Jack happy and fun. Daydream puts on a hat too big for him, and cannot see. He returns and asks the pig, "What's fat and pink and goes Atishoo, Atishoo? Dizzy tickles the pig's nose, causing him to sneeze and say, "Atishoo! " Next he asks the elephant, "What's large and grey and goes Dopit, Dopit? Dizzy ties a knot in the elephant's trunk, causing him to declare, "Dopit! " and, addressing the readers, "I duppose doo dink dat's fuddy." In earlier printings Mr.

When Jack Robinson has chicken pox and is bored in bed, Mr. This is one of the two Mr Men titles which were not published in English. In the jungle, a crocodile tricks them into using his back as a bridge, and tries to toss them into his mouth, reminiscent of what the fox did to The Gingerbread Man. Daydream to other places, such as the North Pole, and finally to the Wild West, where Mr. Dizzy lives in Cleverland, where everybody is clever except for him – until, one day, because a pig and an elephant take advantage of him, he wishes himself clever as he drinks from a wishing well, despite being unaware of its magical properties. " in the US edition.) The pig is flummoxed until Mr.

He almost looks the same, but his flower and gloves are absent and has a white and red polka-dotted bow tie, his hat is also bent and he has Mr.

Crosspatch loves to fight (which may explain the bandage on his head); he even lives in a torn up house. Crosspatch is published under the title "Monsieur Bagarreur" in France and "Κύριος Καβγατζής" in Greek. They get on the back of a huge bird, and the bird flies them from place to place.

He is at school when his teacher is talking about history. Daydream, who invites Jack to come on an adventure with him.

Fussy's cousin, before appearing as the title character in his own book. Clumsy appears under the titles Monsieur Maladroit (French), Don Desastre (Spanish), Meneertje Onhandig (Dutch), 서툴러씨 (Korean), 呆呆先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Αδέξιος (Greek), Unser Herr Tolpatsch (German), Fætter Bulder (Danish) Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves and the first one created by Adam Hargreaves. Cool appeared and snapped his fingers, everything happens to make Jack happy and fun. Daydream puts on a hat too big for him, and cannot see. He returns and asks the pig, "What's fat and pink and goes Atishoo, Atishoo? Dizzy tickles the pig's nose, causing him to sneeze and say, "Atishoo! " Next he asks the elephant, "What's large and grey and goes Dopit, Dopit? Dizzy ties a knot in the elephant's trunk, causing him to declare, "Dopit! " and, addressing the readers, "I duppose doo dink dat's fuddy." In earlier printings Mr.

When Jack Robinson has chicken pox and is bored in bed, Mr. This is one of the two Mr Men titles which were not published in English. In the jungle, a crocodile tricks them into using his back as a bridge, and tries to toss them into his mouth, reminiscent of what the fox did to The Gingerbread Man. Daydream to other places, such as the North Pole, and finally to the Wild West, where Mr. Dizzy lives in Cleverland, where everybody is clever except for him – until, one day, because a pig and an elephant take advantage of him, he wishes himself clever as he drinks from a wishing well, despite being unaware of its magical properties. " in the US edition.) The pig is flummoxed until Mr.

Clumsy is green with a yellow nose and he has one pair of red shoes. Breuddwyd (Welsh), Ο Κύριος Ονειροπόλος (Greek), Unser Herr Träumerisch (German), Fætter Dagdrøm (Danish), Gubben Dagdröm (Swedish).