It was another sunny afternoon in Dillydale, except this time, the Mr. Men and Little Misses weren't quite their usual happy selfs. In fact, they were quite worried. Something was up, and it wasn't Miss Daredevil performing another one of her gravity-defying stunts. It was almost four o'clock, and just about every person in Dillydale was usually up and out of their house to enjoy the day.
But there was one certain red, black-haired Mr. Man that wasn't apart of the crowd. And this had went on for the past couple of weeks.
Everyone else was starting to worry about Mr. Charming. After all, the crimson trapezoid was pretty upset after his father came to Dillydale the other week and told him that he didn't "want a son at all". Even Mr. Uppity started to have a bit of concern, but he tried his best to hide it under a grim expression, seemingly careless towards the charming Mister. The other Misters and Misses tried their best to go about their day normally, but it was difficult for the towns