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|Also Known As||Donald Smurf (birth name)|
Schtroumpf Sale (Scthroumpf translation)
|Nationality||Smurf Village, unknown clan|
|Occupation||Garbage collector, frontman for Azrael Rocks|
|Marital Status||Presently single|
|Known Relations||Dempsey Smurf (father, deceased)|
Fragrance Smurfette (mother, deceased)
Tidy Smurf (brother)
|Voice Actor||Greg Cipes (Desired)|
|First Appearance||"The Grouchiest Friendship"|
|Universe||Empath: The Luckiest Smurf|
"It's a filthy smelly job, but I'm the best Smurf for it."
Donald "Sloppy" Smurf is a Smurf character who is part of the Empath: The Luckiest Smurf story series.
Sloppy is usually very friendly, although he cares very little for his personal appearance or hygiene. He keeps a pet fly around which he trains to do various tricks. His favorite foods are stinkberries, sourberries, and skunk cabbage salad. As far as dealing with Gargamel, Sloppy isn't above using unhygienic means of attack such as letting out farts on his enemy, even when he's down.
Similar to his cartoon show universe counterpart, he is a garbage collector, but here he collects garbage and manure from the outhouses, which he brings to Farmer so he can turn the pile into a compost heap to fertilize his fields.
When he is not collecting garbage, Sloppy plays the guitar with his favorite instrument being the caterwauling guitar (the Smurfs' equivalent of a modern-day electric guitar), which he constantly practices. He is the lead guitarist and possibly lead vocalist for the musical band Azrael Rocks, and has also worked on Smurfette's Ray Of Sunshine album.
Clothing And Appearance
Sloppy wears a Smurf hat and pants that are full of patches, with one of his footings not mended. The Smurf hat covers his eyes completely, although he is still able to see.
He would probably be voiced by Greg Cipes, who was the voice of Beast Boy from the Teen Titans animated series.
- His signature song is "I Wanna Rock" by Twisted Sister.
- His alternate name Rocker Smurf was originally given to Harmony Smurf in the Random House English version of "The Astro Smurf".