mishi10345

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About mishi10345

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  • Birthday July 16

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  • Gender
    Female

My Tamagotchis

  • My Collection
    iD L 15th Anniversary, Devilgotchi, Santaclautchi, Angelgotchi, Yuki Penguin, Mesutchi, Hong Kong Edition P1, Tokyo Edition Chibi, Tamagotchi Restaurant, Tamagotchi P's, Morino, Giga Pound, Giga Farm, Virtual Footix, Bobo Panda Byte, TamaOtch, Aka-Chan, Nano Dino, Vial of Aruderu, Pocket Puppy, Nova Kids TamaSuku, Uratama, Mothra, Oreo Giga Pet, US Ocean.
  • Favorite Tamagotchi
    Devilgotchi, Ocean, Tamagotchi P's, Bobo Panda Byte
  • Favorite Tamagotchi Character
    Devil Mametchi
  • Tamagotchis currently running
    Devilgotchi
  1. Happy Birthday - hope you have a great day :)

    1. SailorRosette

      SailorRosette

      We are asking people not to advertise sales here anymore, just in signatures. It's still very visible on recent topics too...

  2. Can't view your topic, but what deco pierces do you have? I might be interested if there is a Melody Land one and a Love and Melody one.

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    2. mishi10345

      mishi10345

      I'm currently reserving the pierces for members who are interested, so once they arrive, I will post pictures and contact each member individually.

    3. Orandatchi
    4. mishi10345

      mishi10345

      Are you interested in the pierce? They just arrived today: http://i.imgur.com/bzr9PuX.jpg

      If so, just send me a PM and we can take it from there. :)

  3. I'm not sure if you've seen it already, but there's a great review of it on YouTube:
  4. I assume you're talking about the Connection versions that have the key ring. I'd recommend using little pliers: http://www.jewelinfo4u.com/images/Gallery/3-type-of-pliers-Jewelry-making.jpg These are small, easy to use, and will allow you to remove the little jump ring that is connected to the Tamagotchi itself. If I remember correctly, the jump ring is thinner than the rest of the loops on the chain, so this will be much easier to remove. Once you get that open, you can slip the chain off and attach your new one.
  5. Tama-Zone has TONS of information compiled by the many members who own the iD L: http://tama-zone.com/index.php?showtopic=16982&st=15