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2015 год. The iconic series of Mr. Man/Little Miss books was created to teach children lessons about how to behave (Mr. Happy, Little Miss Sunshine) or how not to behave (Little Miss Bossy, Mr. Messy). Collectively they've sold millions of copies worldwide, and the characters have appeared on everything from T-shirts to toys. But what about the new archetypes grown-ups face these days that the series doesn't cover? Like that friend--you know the one--who considers herself "Little Miss Princess," with her Uggs and her pumpkin spice lattes, but is more likely "Little Miss Basic"? Or the Instagram-obsessed guy you're dating who thinks he's "Mr. Cool" when in fact he's just "Mr. Selfie"? The coworker who paints himself himself as "Mr. Busy," with all his fascinating and important projects, but who is really "Mr. Humblebrag"? Or "Little Miss Chatterbox," who posts way too much about her marriage on Facebook and has turned into "Little Miss Overshare"? You'll meet all of these characters in Dan...