Nook & the Twins

Tom Nook had some new dialogue for me in Nookington’s tonight. He was complaining about the twins, Timmy and Tommy, and how they like to test him to see if he can tell them apart.

Tom Nook: Do they honestly think I can't tell the two of them apart, I wonder?Tom Nook: I think it's their way of challenging my intellect... Testing me, hm?But he says he knows a way to tell who is who. Tommy has a mole on his left wrist, and Timmy has a mole on his right wrist. But then he stopped and wondered if he had that reversed. Oops. Maybe he’s not so sure after all.

Tom Nook: Hm? Wait, that is, unless... Maybe I have that reversed, hm?While I was there, I bought some medicine just to have on hand. It didn’t last very long, because I needed it in the the next house I visited. Joey was still sick.

Joey takes his medicine in ACWW.Hopper wanted to hop out of town, but I (eventually) got him to reconsider. I kind of like him, although I’m not sure why.

Hopper: What? Really? Well, maybe I'll reconsider...I caught a rainbow stag on a tree outside, and I sold it for a nice 10,000 bells. Then I almost had another great catch when I saw a shark in the ocean. But sadly, it got away.

At the Roost, I had a request for K.K. Slider.

K.K.: This is far out. Get ready to groove to kill me!He actually couldn’t fulfill my request, so I asked for a random song. He then played K.K. Fusion for me.

I ran into Rod outside, and he showed me a letter he received…about backless suits.

Favorite client Rod, There are plenty of backless dresses. I would like to see a backless suit! -The vagrant couturierI went to town hall and made a 35,000 bell mortgage payment. Unfortunately, I didn’t find any fossils tonight! They must all be in hard-to-see places now. I’ll have to try looking for them another time soon.

Baabara’s Pic

I received an unexpected letter from Lyle in the mail today. He mentioned that I recently got stung by a bee, and he sent me 100 bells (for my pain and suffering, I suppose). I guess that’s nice, but 100 bells is virtually nothing. It would take a lot of bee stings to get my money back from Lyle.

Hey. You. Yeah, Jeff. Stung? By a bee? Lyle can tell! Your face? Gross. Here. The money? Yours. Benefits. Take 'em. BANG! -LyleI visited Joey, and he was clearly still sick…in the head.

Joey: I CAN TASTE THE CLOUDS! DELICIOUS, FLUFFY CLOUDS!I gave him some medicine once again.

Crazy Redd was in town, and he had this perfect painting for sale. He also had a Triforce, but I only bought the painting this time.

Redd: A perfect painting! Cousin, you've got incredible taste! Ol' Redd is in awe!

It cost 3,920 bells, but it was worth it. That’s because it turned out to be a real painting, and I donated it to the museum.

The perfect painting on display at the museum art gallery in Animal Crossing: Wild World.Out in the rain (yes, it was storming again), Baabara pinged me. She surprised me by giving me her picture!

Baabara: It's a picture of me! Do I look good or do I look good, your mom?I didn’t necessarily want her picture, but I’ll take it. It is the fifth villager picture I’ve received so far.

Villager pictures of Chevre, Static, Puddles, Rod, and Baabara.The quote on her picture is “I’m so soft that I don’t even need a pillow!”

"I'm so soft that I don't even need a pillow!"I didn’t make it to the store before it closed tonight, so I was unable to sell my belongings. So I didn’t earn any money other than the money rock and the 100 bells from Lyle.

An Unproductive La-Di-Day

It was storming in town tonight, just like it was last Saturday. I got a letter in the mail from Mom, and she wrote about how autumn snuck up on us.

Dear Jeff, All of the sudden, I can hear crickets and grasshoppers. Fall snuck up on us again. Guess summer's over. -MomToday is La-Di-Day, so the animals in town were talking about their singing skills. Kiki even said that’s going to become a superstar! Good luck, Kiki!

Kiki: Next, I'm gonna get myself a record deal and become a superstar, le meow!Joey the duck was sick with a cold, so I gave him some medicine. He flipped for it. Get well soon, ducky.

Joey flips as he takes some medicine.A new “Talking to Myself” message on the bulletin board talked about safety. The author always sets things down horizontally instead of vertically.

-Talking to Myself- If something can sit vertically or horizontally, I always set it horizontally. Safety first!
Of Course you Do.

I went to the museum, where Blathers identified some dino droppings for me. And downstairs in the Roost, K.K. Slider performed a waltz.

K.K.: All right, get ready to dig the riffs on this ditty: K.K. Waltz!In front of town hall, Hopper asked me if I was from the countryside. The option for yes was “wooo-haaa!” which I thought was pretty funny. 😀

Hopper: You're not from the countryside, are you, slushie?

My villagers continued to talk about the (potentially) new town tune, but no one actually sang one for me. That’s because I generally just talked to each villager once, and they don’t usually sing unless you talk to them a few times. Oh well, I’m fine with the town tune we have now.

Rod: No WAY this husky voice of mine isn't gonna make the new town tune, in my ears!I did a little fishing, but not much. I saw some large fish shadows in the ocean, but none of the were coelacanths. Every one was either a sea bass or a salmon.

I wrapped up my night by making a 25,000 bell mortgage payment at town hall.