The story begins with Mr. Greedy waking up and having his overly large daily breakfast. He then goes on a walk afterwards and finds his way into a cave where everything is larger than life and he begins to explore, finding larger than normal food. Greedy is then picked up by a giant who then teaches him a lesson and makes him eat all the giant food, making Mr.
Greedy end up bigger and feeling like he would burst at any moment. The giant agrees to let him go as long as he promises to never be greedy again. Greedy promises and then at the end he is still keeping the promise and now has lost some weight, and it shows him looking much thinner at the end. Greedy's shape is now officially that of an eight, similar to Mr.
Dizzy, but in earlier illustrations he was a slightly different shape with little to no neck. Grumble is the 41st book in the Mr.
Grumble is the second grumpiest man in the world after Mr. He hates laughter, and he hates singing. Grumpy is the 27th book in the Mr. Grumpy is the grumpiest person in the world. He's always in a bad mood, hating anyone or anything he comes across. He can't stand books so he tears out all of the pages, and he is rude to Mr. Happy who comes to visit. Happy has Mr.
Tickle tickle Mr. Grumpy if he is mean to somebody. This works, because it makes Mr. Grumpy nicer.
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He laughs out happier. Now when he picks up a book, he only tears out one page. Grumpy kept his blue color, big blue nose and rectangle body. However, he wears a crooked hat with a stripe instead of a top hat, but retains its green color; he looks much more mature and so does his voice. He is a frequent victim of Mr. Tickle and is quite bitter about it, going so far as to invent the Tickle Protector to ward him off.
He strongly dislikes Mr.
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Tickle and Mr. Scatterbrain, due to frequent incidents with them and is annoyed by happiness. His catchphrase: "Crooked cucumbers! Small and Mr. Bump , his favourite food is liverwurst sandwiches, as mentioned in Beach and Construction. According to what he said in the episode Farm , he was raised in the country. In the episode Dance , he was writing his life story and was continuously interrupted by Mr.
Noisy's dance class upstairs , which he sold in Books.
He also now lives in a small brown house with signs that say "Go Away" and have frowns on them in his front yard, and a vegetable garden with a peach orchard in his backyard which Mr. Scatterbrain and Little Miss Whoops ruined. He is polite and civil to anyone he talks to, but is very vocal about his opinions and can be rather cynical, sarcastic, jaded and even brusque at times. Happy is the 3rd book in the Mr Men series. Mr Happy discovers Mr. Miserable who looks exactly like him and helps him become happy. Happy in the TV series The Mr.
Men Show looked exactly as he did in the books. His catchphrase: "Wonderful! Happy spent many years as the official face of Glasgow 's Miles Better campaign. Impossible is the 25th book in the Mr.
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Nothing is impossible to Mr. He can do anything. He has magic powers similar to Little Miss Magic and even uses his powers to motivate people. One day he goes to school with a boy named William. He proves he can do anything in some amazing ways! He is purple with a blue top hat. Jelly is the 15th book in the Mr. Jelly is afraid of everything, such as the snapping of a twig. He often hides under the covers. One day, he finds a tramp sleeping in the woods, whom he is afraid of, until the vagabond teaches him to count to ten whenever he feels nervous.
This makes Mr. Jelly a calm fellow and he rarely hides under the covers now. Jelly now renamed Mr.
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Nervous in both the US and UK broadcasts has been given an egg-shaped body, purple skin, glasses, a sea green nose also appears light blue , and black-and-white sneakers, and is depicted as a stereotypical nerd. His catchphrases: "Oh, no no no no no no! Nervous often goes on wacky adventures when really he's doing something as wacky as he's imagining, most times imagining something unrelated to the episode's subject matter i. He imagines he's in a rocket ship, out of gas and about crash when it turns out he's just on a carousel. He lives in a lighthouse with a large searchlight and many locks on the door.
Lazy is the 17th book in the Mr. Lazy is lazy , he lives in Sleepyland, where there are only four hours a day, as opposed to 24, and it takes two regular hours for water to boil and three regular hours for bread to toast. One day, Mr. Lazy sits down for a nap, and is awoken by Mr. Busy and Mr. They overwork him, until Mr. Bustle blows a whistle, requiring Mr. Lazy to run as fast as he can.
Lazy runs, but his legs don't get him anywhere because he is sitting on a chair in the garden. He wakes up to realize it was all a dream, and the whistle was the kettle boiling in the kitchen. He sits down to have breakfast, and he goes to sleep yet again only for the events in the dream to really happen.
Men Show , he is more "lazy" rather than "sleepy" as he was in the books and hates work. His color is changed from pink to green, his shape changes into a more angular, slouched over shape and his hat changes into a red also appears pink newsboy-style cap that covers his eyes. He also wears socks and flip flops.
He lives in a camper-style trailer, with the garbage cans and mailbox overfilled with trash and mail, respectively. He has a monotone voice that sounds like Eeyore's from Winnie The Pooh. Marvellous is the 48th book in the Mr. Marvellous is blue and oval shaped with green hair and orange shoes. Marvellous has the ability to do marvellous things, such as run quickly or become invisible. Mean is the 19th book in the Mr. Mean is a miser who never spends a penny of his money. He is so mean he gives his brother a piece of coal for Christmas.