Welcome to Dillydale, home of the Mr. Men and Little Misses. All of them have a way that they love to spend their free time. Be it flying a kite, making a model, or reading a book, everyone has their own special thing. But, life can be a little boring. Even with the friends that aren't seen as much, sometimes life needs a little spicing up.
"Do you really know where you're going?" A car was speeding to Dillydale, with a trunk filled to the brim with everyday items, stuffed in boxes and bags of all sorts. It was being driven by a 17 year old Mr. Man. He was a solid green circle, wore blue tennis shoes, a yellow and blue bowler cap, and a red bowtie. Next to him was a 12 year old Little Miss. She was a pink circle with a green nose, freckles, and brown hair, wore untied brown tennis shoes, a brown porkpie hat, and a white scarf with pink spots. She was carrying a map, and wasn't sure where they were headed off to.
"Of course, Miss Comedy!" The Mr. Man replied, keeping his eyes glued to the road. "I've had my license for a year."
"Right…" Little Miss Comedy complained. "But, Mr. Straight Man, where are we going?"
"We'll get there when we get there." Mr. Straight Man said, with no change in expression. The car soon passed the entrance of Dillydale, and stopped at a two-story house with orange siding, a purple roof, and a door shaped like a triangle, with triangle shaped windows. A "Sold" sign was in the front yard. Mr. Straight Man got out, and pulled the sign out of the ground, and replaced it with a fountain.
"Now we're here!" He triumphantly said. "Miss Comedy, welcome to Dillydale!"
"Why didn't you tell me we were moving?" Little Miss Comedy said, getting out of the car.
"I did!" Mr. Straight Man said. "Last night, while you were watching Saturday Night Live."
"I've told you once, and I'll tell you again: when Will Ferrell's Alex Trebek, I don't hear anything!" Little Miss Comedy almost screamed.
"Oh…" Mr. Straight Man said, as he recollected himself. "Well, we're still moving!"
"I just started that new school! I don't want to start another one!" Little Miss Comedy was almost in hysterics. "What am I supposed to do?"
"Help me unpack." Mr. Straight Man said, as he grabbed a box.
"I make the jokes around here." Little Miss Comedy said, as she grabbed a bag filled with her scarves.
Little did the comedic duo know that two people were watching them. Two people known as Mr. Small and Mr. Nosy.
"Any new things happening in Dillydale today, Mr. Nosy?" Mr. Small asked.
"Nothing as far as I can see." Mr. Nosy said, while looking in the telescope in their observatory. "Wait, I think I see something!"
"Great McGillicotty! What is it?" Mr. Small said, jumping with excitement.
"People are moving into that old house next to Mr. Funny's!" Mr. Nosy said, as he pulled back from the viewfinder.
"What a pleasure!" Mr. Small said. "Let's go introduce ourselves!"
"Right behind you, buddy!" Mr. Nosy said, as the duo headed out from their house to meet the new folks.
Meanwhile, Little Miss Comedy and Mr. Straight Man had finished unpacking, and were relaxing in the living room.
"Don't look so glum, sis." Mr. Straight Man said, trying to cheer her up. "Say, I know what will cheer you up!"
"Don't drag the Dancing Banana costume out." Little Miss Comedy flatly said.
"But-" Mr. Straight Man tried to say, but was interrupted by a knock on the door.
"Uh-oh the doorbe-" Little Miss Comedy tried to get out.
"There's a knock at the door." Mr. Straight Man said, and dragged Little Miss Comedy to the door with him. When they opened the door, it was Mr. Small and Mr. Nosy.
"Good tidings!" Mr. Small said, tipping his hat.
"Hi!" Mr. Nosy said, waving.
"We couldn't help but noticed that you have moved here." Mr. Small said.
"Yep." Mr. Nosy said. "We're good at noticing things."
"Hello!" Mr. Straight Man said. "I'm Mr. Straight Man, and this is my sister, Miss Comedy.
"Salutations!" Mr. Small said. "I'm Mr. Small, and this is my associate, Mr. Nosy."
"Yep!" Mr. Nosy happily said.
"It's a pleasure to meet you two, isn't it Miss Comedy?"
"Meh." Little Miss Comedy unenthusiastically said.
"For someone named Miss Comedy, you don't seem so happy." Mr. Nosy commented.
"She's just not in the mood, today." Mr. Straight Man said.
"Well, we don't want to waste your time, so we bid you goodbye!" Mr. Small said.
"Bye!" Mr. Nosy said, as the two left.
"We hope to see you soon!" Mr. Straight Man called to them. The first day in Dillydale had officially began.