I made a quick trip to Nookington’s today, so that I could finally sell all the junk I had in my pockets (and some items I had left on the ground, too). Then, I checked out the dump, where I found a paw shirt…and put it on.
I believe today is the last day of the windsocks that are on display around town each May, so I made sure to pose by one. Now the whole town smells like fish! 😛
I spoke to Otis, and he told me about Nook’s upcoming sale on clothing. Otis told me he wasn’t interested, so I didn’t have to worry about him buying up the clothes before I got the chance.
But when I spoke to him again, he told me his clothes were all getting small. And he said he hopes Nook has some good clothes at the sale! Wow, Otis needs to make up his mind, I s’pose.
Back outside, I approached Static…only for him to quickly go indoors. When I followed him inside, he got mad at me for coming in uninvited.
Belle wanted to sell me an item that was “amazing and rare.” She said stores will never carry it, and she had to special order it. And then, she wanted all my money for it. All 29,267 bells. No. Way.
When I bumped into Baabara, she informed me that I have an authentic alarm clock. Wow, an alarm clock. Amazing. 😛
She felt that the alarm clock was too sophisticated for me, so she offered to give me an arched window for it. I agreed to the trade. But an arched window seems a lot more sophisticated than an alarm clock to me. 😛
I was asked about the catalog in this game, so I figured I would also post this picture here. Each time you complete a section of the catalog, the item count is marked with a star.
It’s a very helpful feature that did not make it to the later games. In fact, the newer games don’t even give you the item count! (Wild World did, but not City Folk or New Leaf). So far, I’ve completed the sections for (handheld) items, stationery, gyroids, fossils, and music.