I spotted a new house in town, and Rhonda the rhino was inside. I’m not a big fan of hers, as I knew her quite well back in Animal Crossing: City Folk.
By the way, if you rearrange the letters in Rhonda, you get “da horn.” I just hope she doesn’t use that horn on me.
Kiki was still sick, so I took her some medicine for the third straight time. At least she said something different this time: She said she no longer feels like she’s going to pass out.
Many of my villagers were talking about the flea market coming up on Saturday. I don’t think it’s all that exciting, to be honest.
I saw the new Message of the Week on the bulletin board, and it’s a good one. It says a friend in need is a friend indeed…and an enemy in need is hilarious. 😀
When I visited Baabara, she talked about the weather. She said it was getting cold…and then she told me to shear her! Wouldn’t it make more sense to shear you when it’s hot? 😛 Of course that’s just her catchphrase. 😛
It would be funny if I actually could shear her, though. I bet she’d look so much smaller without all that wool! Ewe could hardly recognize her.
Kiki was still sick tonight, so I gave her some medicine once again. She repeated the line about being able to feel her toes again. 😛
It was raining in town tonight, and I saw Big Top switch from his bug net to his umbrella. I went fishing (in both the river and the ocean), but I didn’t catch anything new tonight.
Fashion must be the theme of the night, because three animals–Puddles, Rod, and Baabara–all asked me some new clothes! That’s pretty unusual to get the same request from three different villagers. But I was feeling lazy, so I didn’t help any of them out. 😛
At the Roost, I checked out the Saturday night musical performance. K.K. Slider sang K.K. Casbah for me.
There were no new messages on the bulletin board, and not much seemed to be going on tonight. At town hall, I made a 15,000 bell mortgage payment and then found a cabin couch in the recycle bin.
I did a little more fishing in hopes of catching a coelacanth (no luck), and then headed home. I put my new song into my stereo and then ended my game for the night.
I was surprised to find a goodbye letter from Nibbles in the mail today. She was not packed up last time, so I had no idea this was coming. Admittedly, she wasn’t one of my favorites, but it bothers me a bit that animals are leaving without notice lately, like Chevre did last month.
Kiki was sick, so I gave her some medicine. Now she can feel her toes again. Wait, was she sick or frostbitten? 😛
I saw that Wendell was in town, so I went fishing to catch some food for him. But the first fish I caught was a sea horse. That was my very first one, so I wasn’t about to give that away! But I soon caught a zebra turkeyfish and gave that to Wendell.
He gave me a left pattern, which is an arrow sign telling drivers people to turn left.
When I spoke with Static, he asked if I would rather be a pirate ninja or a zombie sasquatch.
Just to be different, I told him I’d be a zombie ‘squatch. He was glad to know where I stood on this important issue.
Near Nookington’s, Rod surprised me by giving me his picture!
Another surprise awaited me on the bulletin board. I certainly wasn’t expecting to see a cannibalism joke here. 😛
Then I donated my sea horse to the museum, made a 25,000 bell mortgage payment, and returned home. I went upstairs to take a look at Rod’s pic.
His favorite quote on the picture is “You’re not done ’til your muscles are screaming in agony.” How lovely.