On my way to Main Street, I ran into Yuka. She was talking about memories.
If even good memories can make you cry, then I hope I give you lots of good memories, Yuka.
She then asked me how she looked. Muhahahahaha!
Once I was done annoying Yuka, I crossed the railroad tracks and checked out the new convenience store, T&T Mart.
On the inside, well…it looks a lot like Nook ‘n’ Go.
But instead of a Nook Point System machine like in City Folk, this machine gives you access to your catalog. You couldn’t access your catalog at Nookling Junction.
Of course, T&T Mart has more items available for purchase than Nookling Junction. This also means you can now buy two fortune cookies each day, instead of one. So you may want to save four Play Coins each day for New Leaf once you’ve upgraded to T&T Mart.
I redeemed my two fortunes for a fire flower and triple red shells. If you like collecting the Nintendo items in Animal Crossing games, you’re going to find it easier than ever in New Leaf. Depending on your point of view, that could be a good thing or a bad thing.
Back outside, Aurora told me she was looking for a furniture item to replace her snow globe. Coool, a snow globe? So I gave her a sewing machine that I found, and she loved it.
I thought this meant she was going to give me her snow globe…but no. Instead, she gave me a doghouse. That’s rough. Ruff ruff…
I talked to Fuchsia, and I see that her catchphrase is now “uh-huh.” So Isabelle did indeed wash her mouth out with soap. 😛 I can just imagine… “Do you like the taste of this soap? Say uh-huh! Say it!”
And then Katt asked me for a greeting that would change the impression she makes. Hahahaha, no greeting can overshadow that lovely face of yours, Katt.