In 2001, the Daily Mirror hosted a "Make your own Mr. Men character. 8 year old Gemma Almond won, so one of the shops sold it. You can now get it at shops like eBay or Amazon.
Mr. Cheeky was very cheeky. He ate Mr. Greedy's breakfast, painted over Little Miss Neat's glasses, made fun of Mr. Nosey when he asked him to help him bandage his nose, walked straight to the front of the queue and made fun of Mr. Small when the latter protested, and told Mr. Muddle to get lost when he asked him for directions to the supermarket to buy toothpaste.
Then, one day, Little Miss Bossy came to Mr. Cheeky's house and made him follow her orders. Now, Mr. Cheeky is very polite.
This is a list of titles being published internationally.
- Monsier Noonien (French)
- Ο κύριος Θρασύς (Greek)
- He only appears in this book.
- The foreword claims that Mr. Cheeky is the first Mr. Man to be published since 1988, but Mr. Brave, Mr. Grumble, Mr. Perfect and Mr. Cheerful were all published in 1990.
- It's probably referring to Mr. Cheeky being the first Mr. Man to have been first published in Britain rather than France since 1988.
See Counterparts Wiki.