The Disney characters showed up to the House of Mouse to prove that Mickey is really the host.
Farmer was born William Farmer on November 14, 1952 in Pratt, Kansas.
Ever since his childhood, Farmer ...
Clumsy, unintelligent, childish, and pure Goofy are some of the few words that describes Goofy. Aside form this he is extremely loveable and very charming which is shown when he confessed his love for Clarabelle. Mickey and Donald sometimes consider him annoying, but they still care for him and they count him as a close friend.
It can be possible that he does not always enjoy being Goofy as his "How To" cartoons revolve around him trying out a new "pass time" and going to great lengths to accomplish it properly. Many times he has been dumbstruck by women being the only one of his friends not to have a love interest at the time.
He has shown a level of intelligence as he is shown to be a superb sports player which requires the ability to follow tactics. He is also smart enough to raise a child alone and provide the best care
and eventually see his child grow into a responsible adult. Goofy sometimes notices things others don't. He is very caring and sympathetic and is always willing to help, although usually ends up doing more harm than good. Goofy has been shown to be embarrassed by his clumsiness at times, but that doesn't stop him trying new things.
While naturally on the carefree side, Goofy has a serious tome most often seen when his son Max is in the scene. Like most parents, Goofy is only strict when necessary and makes certain that a minor friction between him and his son doesn't destroy their bond. While Max feels embarrassed by his father's actions several times he sees his father as only "highly animated. Goofy's stern side is also seen when he feels he's been insulted, although most of the time it's a misunderstanding. Even though he himself takes pride in being a goofy person, he never stands for others calling him rude synonym names along the lines of dummy, or idiot with the exception of Donald.
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