Well, he takes a bit of getting used to because a lot of the time he says things which don't make a lot of sense. Or they do make sense, but not yet. Or maybe they would have made sense if he'd said them a couple of days before.
BUT... everybody loves Pieface because he's gentle, kind, funny and he likes to make people happy. Especially by sharing a pie with them, or sharing the memory of a pie he really enjoyed, or by imagining a whole new pie he might share with them in future. You get the idea - it's like that song: 'Why do birds suddenly appear, every time a pie's near?'
Pieface has a pet who is a potato called Paul.
Pieface says Paul is very clever and they often have interesting chats about politics, history and Paul's secret life as a superhero.
No-one else has ever heard Paul speak but Pieface wouldn't tell a fib about something like that.
Pieface is called Pieface because he loves pies! Big pies, little pies, meat pies, fruit pies, mud pies and even pie pies - he loves them all!
One of his hobbies is to write pie-etry: poetry about pies. Like this:
'Roses are red, violets are blue. Your bottom is soggy, but I still love you.'
Pieface's hero is Cherry Bakewell, the TV baking superstar, and his dream is to eat a pie made by her.
Pieface likes his scooter for getting around. You can hear him coming. 'PUSH... and glide! PUSH... and glide!'
Pieface plays bass guitar in the Dinmakers, Beanotown's fastest AND loudest garage band.
The Dinmakers line-up is:
Dennis - lead guitar and vocals
Rubi - synthesiser (she made her own)
JJ - drums
Pieface - bass guitar
Gnasher - dancer (and he likes to shake his maracas from time to time)