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The Smurf Coloring Pages
The Smurfs (French: Les Schtroumpfs) is actually a comic and television franchise devoted to a small grouping of small blue fictional creatures called Smurfs, created and first introduced being a series of comic strips with the Belgian cartoonist Peyo (pen name of Pierre Culliford) on October 23, 1958. The first term along with the accompanying language came throughout a meal Peyo was having along with his colleague and friend Andr√© Franquin on the Belgian Coast. Having momentarily forgotten the phrase "salt", Peyo asked him (in French) to pass through the schtroumpf . Franquin jokingly replied: "Here's the Schtroumpf — if you are done schtroumpfing, schtroumpf it back..." plus the two spent the rest of that weekend speaking in "schtroumpf language". The name was later translated into Dutch as Smurf, that's adopted in English.

The storylines are usually simple tales of bold adventure. The cast incorporates a simple structure as well: almost all the characters look essentially alike — mostly male, very short, with blue skin, white trousers with a hole because of their short tails, white hat within the model of a Phrygian cap, and sometimes some additional accessory that identifies a personality. (For example, Handy Smurf wears overalls instead of the standard trousers, a brimmed hat, including a pencil above his ear). Smurfs can walk and run, but often move by skipping on feet. They like to eat sarsaparilla (a varieties of Smilax) leaves, whose berries the Smurfs naturally call "smurfberries" (the smurfberries appear only within the cartoon; inside original comics, the Smurfs only take in the leaves on the sarsaparilla). Smurfs are hardly ever seen without their traditional white hat on, nevertheless the few exceptions claim that Smurfs are bald, apart from Smurfette and later Sassette.

The Smurfs fulfill simple archetypes each day people: Lazy Smurf, Grouchy Smurf, Brainy Smurf, and so forth. All Smurfs, except for Papa, Baby, Smurfette, Nanny and Grandpa, are reported to be a century old. There initially were originally 99 Smurfs, but this number increased as new Smurf characters appeared, for example Sassette and Nanny. Each of the original Smurfs were male; later female additions are Smurfette and Sassette - Smurfette being Gargamel's creation, while Sassette was made by Smurflings.

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