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Fleabag Monkeyface is the main character of the popular book series The Disgusting Adventures of Fleabag Monkeyface, and its infamous short-lived animated adaptation of the same name. He is voiced by Bob Golding.
Why He’s Disgusting
NOTE: This will only focus on the TV show version of the character, as his character in the comic books is likable.
- His voice is very annoying, ear grating, and obnoxious and sounds like a higher pitched version of Jar Jar Binks' voice.
- His character design looks really creepy, unnatural, ugly, horrendous, and disgusting. It looks like a miniature, furless and big-eyed version Sid from Ice Age, or a monkey-like version of Fanboy from Fanboy & Chum Chum. This version of his character design objectively looks far more hideous than his original character design in the comics.
- In fact, speaking of his design, he looks like a rejected character from Fanboy & Chum Chum, due to sharing similarly unrealistic and cartoonish proportions to his body structure to make him look "kid-friendly".
- Just like Yellow from Larva: Most of his abilities are solely made to appeal to the lowest common denominator of people who genuinely enjoy watching shows filled with too much disgusting toilet humor, such as farts when he flies, and it is very obnoxious and boring to watch.
- Using his burps and bad breath on a monster as a way to make it pass out is one example that is seen in the show's intro.
- As stated before, he's gross to the point of being uncivilized, filthy, and unclean. He also provides way too much gross-out and toilet humor than necessary, a example of this is drawing a trail of slime on a wall while he, Gene and Gerald follow Dr. Dirk and Deathbeak and then using his bad breath on the earwax monster in "When Earwax Attacks"
- He is bad at being a well-written main protagonist of the series since he is very bland and one-dimensional.
- He receives little-to-no character development throughout the show.
- Most of the facial expressions he makes are extremely hideous, uncanny, and creepy.
- He lacks any form of comedic charm to his disgusting habits and is usually unfunny due to his predictable gross-out jokes.
- He was far more likable and pleasing to the eyes in the comic books.
- Despite being disgusting and irritating, he is very nice and polite to those around him (at least whenever he's not fighting crime).