Mr. Tickle

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Mr. Tickle is the first book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves.

Mr.Tickle

Plot[edit]

Mr. Tickle's story begins with him in bed and making himself breakfast without getting up because of his "extraordinarily long arms". He then decides that it is a tickling sort of day and so goes around town tickling people - a teacher, a policeman, a greengrocer, a child, a station guard, a pilot, a doctor, a butcher and a postman. The book ends with a warning that Mr. Tickle could be lurking around your doorway, waiting to tickle you or your children.

Translations[edit]

Mr. Tickle appears under the titles:

Translation Language
Monsieur Chatouille French
Don Cosquillas Spanish
Mr. Goglais Welsh
Unser Herr Killekille German
Meneertje Kietel Dutch
Ο Κύριος Γαργαλίτσας Greek
搔癢先生 Taiwan
간지럼씨 Korean
Fætter Kilderik Danish
Gubben Killekill Swedish
מר דגדוג Hebrew
Mr. Csiki Hungarian
Senhor Cócegas Portuguese

The Mr. Men Show[edit]

In the 2008 TV series Mr Men Show, Mr. Tickle remains relatively the same in looks, though his hat has a stripe and his arms are normally sized, but can stretch out when needed. However, he tickles other Mr. Men and Little Misses (due to the obvious absence of humans in Dillydale). As far as character traits go, he is still determined to tickle everyone he interacts with, but instead of doing it for mischief he does it to make people happy and will stop when nobody wants him to tickle them, save for when the opportunity knocks with Mr. Grumpy, who appears to be his favorite target. He also gets his own catchphrase, "Somebody needs a tickle!" In the US and UK Versions, he is voiced by Jeff Stewart and Rob Rackstraw and in Max: the Movie, and Mary and Perry 2: the Adventures of the Fox Family in the Cartoon World, he is Currently, SpongeBob SquarePants's actor, Tom Kenny.

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