List of Waddles facts:-
Waddles is a pig that belongs to Mabel Pines, one of the main characters in “Gravity Falls.”
He was first introduced in the second episode of the first season, titled “The Legend of the Gobblewonker.”
Waddles is voiced by the show’s creator, Alex Hirsch.
Mabel won Waddles at the Mystery Fair in “The Time Traveler’s Pig” episode.
His full name is “Waddles Gobblewonker.”
Waddles is often seen wearing a blue bow tie.
He has a habit of eating anything and everything, including Mabel’s sweaters and Dipper’s homework.
In “Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future,” Waddles is revealed to have the intelligence of a toddler.
Waddles is often seen sleeping on a pillow in Mabel’s room.
He has a recurring role in the series, often getting into mischief alongside Mabel and her friends.
Waddles is one of the few animals in “Gravity Falls” that can understand human speech, but cannot speak.
In “Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls,” Waddles is turned into a zombie, but is later turned back to normal.
He is seen wearing a top hat in the episode “The Last Mabelcorn.”
Waddles is known for his cute and quirky personality, making him a fan favorite among viewers.
He has a small cameo in the opening credits of “Gravity Falls.”
In the episode “Little Gift Shop of Horrors,” Waddles is turned into a giant monster by a cursed flower, but is turned back to normal with a hug from Mabel.
Waddles appears in the video game adaptation of “Gravity Falls,” titled “Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets.”
Mabel often refers to Waddles as her “little man” or “little prince.”
In the episode “Carpet Diem,” Waddles is briefly possessed by Dipper’s consciousness.
He is a fan of a television show called “Gasp!” which is about ghosts and mysteries.
In the episode “Sock Opera,” Waddles is seen wearing a sock puppet on his head.
Waddles has his own plush toy and has been featured in various “Gravity Falls” merchandise.
He has a fear of heights, as revealed in “The Love God” episode.
In “The Golf War” episode, Waddles participates in a mini-golf tournament alongside Mabel.
Waddles has a crush on a female pig named Gompers, who appears in the episode “The Love God.”
In the episode “The Hand That Rocks the Mabel,” Waddles is briefly kidnapped by a group of gnomes.
In the episode “Blendin’s Game,” Waddles is seen eating a slice of pizza.
In the episode “Roadside Attraction,” Waddles goes on a road trip with Mabel and her friends.
Waddles is often used as a comedic element in the series, providing funny and lighthearted moments.
He is considered to be one of the most iconic characters from “Gravity Falls,” alongside Dipper, Mabel, and Grunkle Stan.
Waddles is a Berkshire breed of pig, which is known for its docile and friendly nature.
He is known to enjoy taking mud baths, which is a common behavior among pigs.
In the episode “The Stanchurian Candidate,” Waddles is briefly shown wearing a “Stanch 2016” campaign button.
Waddles is often seen accompanying Mabel on her adventures, including the “Summerween” episode where he dresses up as a jack-o’-melon.
In the episode “Double Dipper,” Waddles is seen playing poker with a group of other animals.
Waddles has a brief appearance in the “Gravity Falls” graphic novel, “Lost Legends.”
In the episode “The Inconveniencing,” Waddles is seen wearing a hat made out of a slice of pizza.
Waddles is one of the few characters in the series that does not have a supernatural ability or connection.
In the episode “Mabel’s Guide to Fashion,” Waddles is seen wearing a tutu made out of newspaper.
Waddles is featured in a number of fan-made videos, including animated shorts and songs.
In the episode “The Deep End,” Waddles is shown to have a strong swimming ability.
Waddles is featured in the “Gravity Falls: Journal 3” book, which contains a number of secrets and clues about the series.
In the episode “Boss Mabel,” Waddles is briefly shown wearing a tie made out of a strip of bacon.
Waddles is known for his signature grunt, which is often used for comedic effect.
In the episode “Northwest Mansion Mystery,” Waddles is shown wearing a top hat and bow tie for the Northwest family’s fancy party.
Waddles has a cameo appearance in the “Phineas and Ferb” episode, “Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel.”
In the episode “The Love God,” Waddles is shown wearing a heart-shaped sweater with the word “love” on it.
Waddles has a number of catchphrases, including “oink” and “piggy power.”
In the episode “Society of the Blind Eye,” Waddles is shown wearing a fez hat.
Waddles is often depicted as a loyal and protective companion to Mabel.
In the episode “Scary-oke,” Waddles is briefly shown wearing a pair of sunglasses.
Waddles is one of the few characters in the series that has never been possessed by a supernatural entity.
In the episode “Not What He Seems,” Waddles is briefly shown wearing a lab coat and goggles.
Waddles has a distinct snorting sound that is often used as a sound effect in the series.
In the episode “The Golf War,” Waddles is shown wearing a miniature golf hat and caddy outfit.
Waddles is known to have a sweet tooth, and is often seen eating candy and sweets.
In the episode “Gideon Rises,” Waddles is briefly shown wearing a sheriff’s badge.
Waddles is a popular subject for fan art and cosplay.
In the episode “The Hand That Rocks the Mabel,” Waddles is briefly shown wearing a tiara.
Waddles is often referred to as a “pignapper’s dream” due to his adorable and lovable nature.