Mr. Muddle

Mr. Muddle

Mr. Muddle is a character from the Mr. Men book series by Roger Hargreaves

About himEdit

Mr. Muddle is a green oval-shaped Mr. Men with a red bowler hat. He really does get everything in a muddle because when his feet go one way, his body goes the other! He gets so mixed up that he once put his shoes in the fridge and his hat in the oven! He lives in a house by the sea in Seatown and was supposed to live in the country, but he built it wrong and in the wrong spot.

Role in Sabrina1985's headcanon Edit

In Sabrina1985's fanon, Mr. Muddle gets the simplest things messed up, but he does remember things if someone tells him to do the opposite of what they want. When they first met, Miss Scatterbrain had told Mr. Muddle that she used to be a real scatterbrain who was always forgetful, absent minded, and didn't think any serious and real important things, which had completely changed when Taikino came into her life. It was his arrival that made her stop acting so scatterbrained, as she thought more of focusing on things around her, especially about her son, since she couldn't go acting forgetful and absent minded and not expect Taikino to act intelligently. He is married to Miss Scatterbrain, and they have one child together: a son named Jurai. Mr. Muddle is also the adoptive father of Taikino, and he loves, accepts, and treats the child as his own son. Taikino calls him "Papa" because he came into the child's life at the right time for him to see him as such since the child was four-and-a-half when his mother married Mr. Muddle, and had just turned five-years-old two weeks before his younger brother Jurai was born. In fact, at Mr. Muddle and Miss Scatterbrain's wedding, the child was asked, "Taikino, do you accept Mr. Muddle into your life and your mother's life, as your father, and looking to him for guidance and offering him your respect?" He is famous for cooking muddled-up meals, and using his family as "guinea pigs" for these experiments. His muddled-up meals amuse his family because he always pours tea on toast and butters the table when making breakfast, and he tries to slice the gravy when making dinner.