Mick

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  1. I would just be safe and not touch any thing that will wreck my tama. That is very cool though.
  2. I think Rex sounds radical. Chose Rex
  3. I lost my tamagotchi but as soon as the new ones come out I am going to get one. But hopfully I will find my lost tamagotchi.
  4. It must be the next generation of tama's. I heard that they come out early April.
  5. I know that there is a site were it show you how to debug your tamagotchi were is it?
  6. I like the adult stage because I like the adult personalities.
  7. Whenever someone posts on a thread, that thread goes to the top. For instance I just answered one of my old posts that was on page 2 and it is now at the top of the page. Now, when I hit the submit button when I post this, your thread will knock mine down one and your post will be the top one.
  8. Okay, my other tamagotchie finally got old enough today to mate with my other old timer. She turned into the matchmaker so I paired it off with my last Old Timer. We managed to save all 3 tama's after all. So now I have 2 Oyajitchi's. We will find out in a day or two if the other two Old Timers I just mated turn into an Oyajitchi too. Thanks everyone for your help. We avoided losing 3 tamagotchi's and ended up with 2 fairly rare characters in return. We will most likely get 2 more in the next day or two.
  9. Imagine that! It will be interesting to see what others have to say.
  10. Okay, so the mystery continues. The old guy and the matchmaker mated as I said in an earlier post and each one got a baby to continue the cycle. The parents left last night at midnight and the babies evolved today. You'll never guess what happened! My beautiful babies turned into old timers with beards instead of toddlers!!!!!!!! So much for the toddler and teenage stage which both tama's skipped altogether. On the growth chart it is called an Oyajitchi. I will have to see if he ages quickly. Anybody heard of this before? On another note, I am hoping to mate the last old timer later today as my other tama graduates into old timer stage. We'll see how it goes.
  11. That's not nice Jackster, calling people names. Besides, you spelled idiot wrong-now who looks silly?
  12. Lucky you! I live in Ontario and we are just getting the snow now. We are supposed to get between 10-15 cm but I'm betting it will be slightly more. Too bad that means shovelling for me!
  13. It's 24 hours, at exactly Midnight based on the Tama clock. They spend the remainder of the day it is born with the baby and then the next full day until midnight. You should set your alarm and watch. The parent is sleeping in bed and then awakes to look at it's baby one last time. Very touching. I still can't get the image out of my mind of that silly tama of mine running around with the wig on it's head! How cute is that?
  14. I will let you know what happens. I'm going to wait until my brother gets home from school at 4:00 because I will have to use his Tamagotchi to pull this off. I will post later today with the results. Thanks!
  15. Thanks Kellyemastejr84 for your help. I think we posted at the same time. I do have one old lady and 2 old men. Can both old men mate with the matchmaker old lady?