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Am I getting bored of it?

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I really super duper from my heart love Tamagotchis. They're soo adorable! :D However, ever since I've found Neopets, I've gotten hooked on to it, and sometimes I don't even bother to take care of my tamas at all! :( :( I'm starting to think that I've started to get bored of Tamagotchis. I don't wanna get bored and abandon my tamas, or else they will NEVER EVER MARRY! D: I want to have different Tamagotchis every generation, and this is no way to start! Do you think that I've gotten bored of Tamagotchi? Please answer!

 

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i think it's natural to drift away from love to tamas once in a while. no one's forced to take care of their tamas all the time. i had such a phase where i didn't feel like taking care of my P's when i came back from my trip to the seaside. it's good that you got something else to be interested in, like Neopets. i used to like them until i got bored of them eventually btw. i'm sure you'll get back into tamas again in a few days or weeks. don't worry, pause them if you can and enjoy Neopets.

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Spending more time on NeoPets than with your Tamagotchis doesn't correlate with whether or not you're getting bored of them. You don't have to abandon Tamagotchis; you can have more than one interest, but don't have to spend all your time on them to be considered "still into" them either. As for Neopets, you can distribute the time you spend on each thing so it's even, and you aren't getting bored. I mean, I've owned a Tamagotchi since 2005 but I can't spend all the time with them. I know leaving them means they die a lot and I get bad care characters, but I'm not getting bored of them.

Also you are probably spending more time on them than you think you are; I've had this too. Sometimes it can seem like you aren't doing enough with your Tamagotchi but it might just turn out you've been doing more with them in reality than you might imagine.

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Everyone gets bored of tamas from time to time, but that doesn't mean you don't love them anymore. I just got back into them after about 2 months of not wanting to play with them. You should go and enjoy Neopets because trust me, your Tamagotchis will still be there. ;)

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Just like Tamaninjacat and Rukitchi said, you can get bored of something you like for a while, but then suddenly get back into it.

 

I get bored of my tamas, to. But then I suddenly wanna play with them because they're fun!

 

And it looks like you won't be getting bored of it for a long time anytime soon. :)

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Everyone gets bored of tamas from time to time

Except me XD

 

Anyway, while I never get bored of Tamagotchis, I sometimes drift away from other franchises like Gravity Falls, Steven Universe, etc. Don't worry, maybe your interest will come back again. :)

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I'd say that maybe you just need a break from them for a little bit. I always find that a small break (or a long one sometimes) can help a lot with keeping you interested in tamagotchis in the long run. I am on a break from them myself, mainly because I'm too busy :P

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I've had a few times where I just didn't feel like taking care of my tamas for a few months, but I always come back around, I'm sure you will too!

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Thank you everyone but...

 

 

Glitch

What does YuriaCharmaine mean by glitch? I'm (obviously) not a computer.

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Thank you everyone but...

 

 

What does YuriaCharmaine mean by glitch? I'm (obviously) not a computer.

 

 

Her computer glitched out causing her posts to be multiple posts.

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We all get that :) Sometimes, it even varies by day for me :P Like how yesterday I didn't really spend much time at all with my Tama, but today I've constantly been looking over him! Haha :3

 

But don't get too hard on yourself about it! Like everyone else said, you end up coming back around! ;) Plus, the fact that you've been using Neopets, which are like Tamagotchis, just goes to show you're not too far away :)

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Like everyone else has said, don't worry about it. I've just started playing my tamagotchis again after a while away - I always come back :)

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OK, I think my gmail account is bursting with answers. Thanks everyone for your advise, but I do not need any more advise.

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I admit I get bored of my tamagotchis sometimes too. But I think that's why its good to invest in a collection of tamagotchis, you can always research something about one of them, or always have a new one you haven't played with yet, or at least not for a while. Or maybe take a break?

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