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World's Oldest Tamagotchi glitches to death

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Idk wtf happened, I've been raising this fragger since May 18th of last year, that's over a year of raising this thing, and I hear an eerie tune similar to when I dropped my orange 'gotchi in the toilet a few months ago [see thread here] I know it wasn't the Tamagotchi song of death when you neglect your 'gotchi.

 

But when I went to look at it, it was frozen on the clock, no buttons would work.

So I took out the battery with shaky hands, put it back in, it still froze on the clock.

 

It glitched to death hanging from my neck.

I don't understand what tf happened, it was just sitting there.

 

And now it's showing me a Dead Battery symbol. How convenient. I try replacing it with a new battery, it won't show anything but a dead battery symbol.

 

i'm so disappointed. Peter, his boy, and I were going to see it through the end of days.

 

This was his first birthday picture.

 

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Peter lived to be 504 total days old. Born on a Wednesday, May 18th, 2016, and glitch-died on a Wednesday, October 4th, 2017. Third generation, 28 pounds, Oyajitchi with child. Died while I was listening to Hotel California. How coincidental.

 

Here is his last photo.

 

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He sits next to the second oldest Tamagotchi in the world, Sleep, at 353 days old. Sleep is still going strong despite having been dropped into toilet water. I pray nothing bad will happen to him.

 

Rest in peace, Peter. Hope you're livin' the best life in Hotel California.

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Wow, that's amazing you were able to keep him alive for that long. Too bad he had to end in such a way...

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Saw some of your older posts about your Tama, so sorry to hear this. :(

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Sorry to hear this :( it's interesting that you have 3 of the exact same V1 shell though haha. That orange one was the first tama I ever owned back in 2004 :) RIP Peter

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