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Posted 26 October 2011 - 07:49 PM ( #137 )

Mom: well they're cute...
Me: ^_^ Thanks
Dad: Eh? I stopped listening when you said the word Tamagotchi (Jokes)
Me: <_< Love you too Dad.
Brother: Oh that reminds me... I think mine is dead.
Me: -_- mrh...*slumps* :(
My mom takes them away as punishment... but they can never remember how many I have so I always end up keeping a few. :gozarutchi: they all think it's ok and all my friends think it cool and one plays with them :chohimetchi:


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Posted 28 October 2011 - 02:19 PM ( #138 )

My mom and dad are usually okay with it, and I have to by it with my own money. None of my friends are interested in it. When I try to show my mom my tama, she just says she can't see the screen clearly -_- . Sometimes when I'm playing with them at the table, my dad will say "No electronics at the table." Yea so my parents are pretty okay and my brother has a couple too. At school I just hide one in my locker and turn the sound off.

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Posted 28 October 2011 - 08:43 PM ( #139 )

Im allergic to every kind of animal fur so the tamagotchi is actually good for me. its my own pet that I wont sneeze or break out into rashes with.


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Posted 29 October 2011 - 10:02 AM ( #140 )

Even though I'm nearly sixteen, my mother doesn't mind that I still play with Tamagotchi. If anything, she supports me, and funds my collection, because she understands that I see them as a substitute for the pets I can't own due to the restrictions of our apartment complex. It's really cute and funny when she asks me questions about them, such as "How is Ella doing?" or "Is Eric hungry?". It's become a point of bonding for us, to be honest.

I suppose that makes me one of the lucky ones. ;)


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Posted 08 November 2011 - 11:26 PM ( #141 )

My mom really doesnt like me playing with tamagotchi but oh well i enjoy it. I got the latest version the tama go and when I go to my moms i put it to sleep then play with it when i get home.


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Posted 10 November 2011 - 03:14 AM ( #142 )

Well I'm 21 so it doesn't matter if I get much approval, but me and my Mom do like to discuss them, especially since she stole my little brother's and has been playing with it ever since. Not to mention the random texts I get "Guess what it grew into! A Lamb looking thing!" or "Is this normal? Should I be worried? ... Its not dieing is it?" She only stopped playing when the batteries died, and she's going to be buying some here soon. You know its pretty bad when the child is stuck babysitting their parents Tamagotchis :D
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Posted 10 November 2011 - 07:05 AM ( #143 )

Due to the fact that both hubby and I heading back to school and need extra cash and stuff - I'm moving back into my dad's place, while hubby took his apprenticeship in Australia; that being said, when we went on vacation a month or so ago, dad got so cranky with me when he saw me playing with my Tama V4. It was the first time he had seen me use anything that entire time. Since I had my phone turned off, and my Tama was pretty easy going. I'd just keep her along with me for kicks. On the way home, it's a 6 hour drive, and I was reading, but took a break to take care of the V4, and he ridiculed me for almost 20 minutes, asking if I have to take care of it. I said "No, not really. I just chose to."
And he went on and on to the rest of the family.

most didn't care, as I am 23 and have my own life, what I choose to do with it in the meantime, is no big deal. I got a few snickers though, but it made me wonder why he cared so much as to make fun.

I don't let it interfere with my work, I don't ignore anyone for it, and I most certainly don't let it hinder my schooling.

I don't know, I think he still thinks that I'm acting like a child for kicks.