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For those who don't know of TruffleShuffle.co.uk, it's an online retailer that sells retro/pop-culture-themed goods. I'm just quickly posting this because I found this on their site the other day;
It's always nice to see new official Tamagotchi items. This one is an official Tamagotchi heat-change mug, and it can be found here if any of you guys want one.
First I made a dough out of flour, salt and water. I shaped it into a stand and put it into the oven. When it was done I made glue out of flour, water and salt. I mixed those things in a pot cooked it. I put glue all over the Tamagotchi stand!!!
It looked icky.
After it has dried I painted it.
Then I took, what-it's-called?, white fluffy stuff, synthetic cotton?
And I throw that fluff into the green paint water!!!
Waiting for it to dry was boring so I used microwave.
Then I had green, green, fluff of home.
And YAY! It is finished!
The R.I.P Tamagotchi Stand
I might cut down on the fluff....
I'm beyond confused and sorry for the confused title I have no idea what to title this. Ok on to the question. You guys know how tamagotchi can like somewhat talk. How they'll call out your name when sad or hungry. I woke up this morning to my twins as adults calling me literally and I quote "Anon, we want to play"* (roughly what they said I should of taken a picture but I was panicked) I have never seen them say that before. Like they were near full happiness and fed so I was baffled. Even the attention icon was on. Again baffled. It went away after a few minutes.
So to summarize, has anyone seen similar behavior in their tamagotchi, or other odd things like this?
So, I have the set of Tamagotchis called "Tamagotchu", I believe, and I really don't understand how they work too well. I know that they need to be connected every once in a while, but it seems that sometimes when I connect them they get mad at each other? Does anyone know what this is and what's happening?