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By Knighttchi's Ballad
I saw a video on youtube where a girl made a song using a song lyric generator for hilarious results. I wanted to try the same thing and when I found the website's poem generator, I instantly wanted to generate a Tamagotchi poem. The major problem was that the generator doesn't recognize non-standard words and thus couldn't really use "Tamagotchi" because it couldn't match it up with anything. And it also didn't do well with my standard, insane phrases - like "Grandma's teeth" - and instead replaced them with more sensible equivalents. So, having some literary talent, I decided I would modify them myself to be closer to what I actually wanted to create while still partially following the generator's formula. I made two of them and the words in [square brackets] are my modifications, while the rest are the generator and the selections it accepted. They even generated automatic reviews!
Just a note about the first, it references the "Penguin-keeper's got a network of penguin minions monitoring the Mod Break topic, ready to squawk and send us back to square one" in-joke. ("Squawk" is such a hard word to spell.)
by K. Ballad
I cannot help but stop and look at the Monochrome screen [subculture].
Does the [subculture] make you shiver?
Pay attention to the fact,
the fact is the most made in 1996 realness of all.
Does the fact make you shiver?
Just like a penguin minion squawking, is the failure.
Failure - the true source of squawk.
The yellow [beeping] sings like an abundance of cheap knock-offs
Never forget the chromatic and colored [beeping].
And time to see the critic reviews:
Oh boy, wait till they read my next masterpiece! I actually put some effort into the modifications as it practically rejected all of my choices so I had to add them back and make them work.
The Glitched Stranger At Japanese Nonsense - A Narrative Poem
by K. Ballad
One day at a Japan You Want shop,
I met a man selling [leveled gotchis, extra flat],
For money he wanted to swap,
But I really wanted some [Devilgotchis, extra matte].
"Got any [Devilgotchis]?" asked I.
"For that's how I'll spend my money."
"No [Devilgotchis] here!" said the guy.
He seemed to find it quite funny.
"We've got some lovely [weird stuff],
I'll give you a very fine price."
"I'd rather have some [geared stuff]."
The man blinked rapidly thrice.
The man seemed exceptionally [Kuchipatchi, kissy face and all],
And his manner was strangely [Tamatchi-d, like a smiling ball].
He wasn't what I would call [Kusatchi, no leaves squiggled],
Great disdain he noticeably [Zatchi-d, arms constantly wriggled].
Like others, he thought I was odd,
Some say I'm a bit [switched].
Still he gave me a courteous nod,
As if he thought I was plenty [glitched].
So in search of my goal I departed,
But before the Japan You Want shop could I leave,
The man came running full-hearted,
"I can help you I believe."
"[Leveled gotchis, Devilgotchis], you shall find.
[Grandma’s teeth, penguins beneath], you can get.
You must now open your mind,
And get down to Japanese Nonsense Market.
So to Japanese Nonsense Market I decided to go,
In search of the [Devilgotchis] I craved.
The winds it did eerily blow.
But I felt that the day could be saved.
There were stalls selling rings,
TamaTalkers in many shades.
There were even stalls selling wings
People were scattered from many trades
I was greeted by a peculiar lady,
She seemed to be rather [switched]
I couldn't help thinking she might be quite shady.
I wondered if she was at all [glitched].
Before I could open my mouth,
She shouted, "For you, I have some [Devilgotchis]!"
I headed towards her, to the south,
Past some [Granny teeth and leveled gotchis].
"But how did you know?" I asked,
"Do you want them or not?" she did say.
Silently, the [Devilgotchis] she passed.
Then vanished before I could pay.
As I walked away I [heard] a crackle
Or was it, perhaps, a hushed cackle?
And the critics loved it:
I have a feeling these people have little subcultural relevance as Enid Kibbler seems to be oblivious to the value of a Devilgotchi. And to that I demande, "Go educate yourself, normie!"
If this entertained you, why not rig up a poem yourself? Or maybe even a song or other form of writing from one of the other generators?
So guys. I came across a list of "rarest tamagotchis" while browsing and I had to know because of the title being like "We're concerned if you paid this much for a tamagotchi" or something or other. Anyways heres the image. What do you all think? I can't stop laughing and genuinely being concerned of who listed this as well as wrote the article, which if you google "Rarest tamagotchi" google makes it the first link. Have fun!
This was originally a game on Encyclopedia SpongeBobia that I have finally brought to TamaTalk.
The object of this game is simple. Somebody posts an attached image and somebody has to state the opposite of it. Unlike Encyclopedia SpongeBobia, the user can also choose to additionally put what the picture actually is in parentheses.
For example, if someone posts an image of a dog, the other user calls it a cat. That user can choose to add onto their response by adding (actually a dog).
Anyways, let's do this!
☆ Hello! I can't do new paragraphs as I'm on a nintendo, so sorry for any errors! xD OK... let's get started! ☆ // Hannuki - Female / 13 / Long brown hair / Blue eyes / Friendly / Funny // Ani - Female / 13 / Short blonde hair / Green eyes / Friendly / Funny // ☆ Picture this scene: A normal, standard classroom. Desks. Chewing gum underneath the drawers and chairs. Well, gum everywhere, actually. And bored pupils. Really bored. Girls twirling their hair, boys playing hand football with a really dry, round blob of blu tac. So let's begin. ☆ // Hannuki - or Ki, as people call her - glances around the room cautiously. As nobody was looking, she slowly wriggled her right hand into her pocket, feeling the cool plastic under her fingers. Ki carefully pulled the tamagotchi out of her pocket. Just as she was about to feed Mametchi, Anabelle, the kid sat next to her, kicked Ki's chair. Ki gasped as the tamagotchi flew to the other side of her table. Anabelle smirked. // The teacher turned around, about to ask who made the thumping sound (she presumed it was the boys playing with the blu tac), as Ani coughed loudly. She was at the other end of the room to Ki, so the teacher didn't see the tiny little pink gotchi. // "Do you have something in your throat?" the teacher asked sarcastically, even giving an eye roll. // "Sorry miss," apologised Ani, quickly glancing in Ki's direction. The tamagotchi was back in Ki's pocket, fed and only with a tiny scratch mark. // The grumpy, and kinda old teacher waddled back to her desk. (Yeah, the teacher's the sort of person who wears old lady shoes and buys things from TV books.) // Ki smiled an "OMG YOU JUST SAVED MY LIFE AND MY TAMA'S LIFE!!!" smile at Ani. Ani grinned back. // "So... what was that?" Ani asked Ki when class was over. // "It's a tamagotchi," Ki replied, pulling her pink tama mini out of her pocket. // "Cool!" Ani exclaimed. "And whaddoes it do?" ☆ Writing this as a skit. xP ☆ Ki: It's like a virtual... pet... thing. Ani: Oh. Ki: Yeah. Ani: I like the colour. Ki: Thanks! Ani: So... whaddoes it do again? Ki: You feed it, look after it... *discovers that Mametchi just pooped* and clean up after it's... Ani: Pooped? Ki: Yeah! *presses A* Ani: Wanna hang out in the park later? ☆ And back to a story again. ☆ Ki smiles, before replying, "Sure! Wanna get milkshakes?" // "I'd love to!" Ani jumps, nodding her head enthusiastically. "Bring Smol' Dude?" // "You mean Mametchi?" asks Ki, holding up her mini. // "Wut? But yeah. IT'S CALLED MITCHY SOMETHIN' OR OTHER?!" Ani screeches. // "MAMETCHI." Ki says firmly. // "K... you bring... Itchy, I'll bring money." Ani says uncertainly. // "Ooh, bring £10 and drink money!" Ki exclaims. // "Why?" // "Haha, you'll see!" ☆ Annnd dere. The next chap is when *SPOILER*! See ya... next... chapter? Welp, bai! ☆
Mametchi stood in the kitchen for the first time. He had never been in one before! Can you make a pop tart bruh. Said tired Kutchipatchi from downstairs. It cant be that hard! You just put one IN the toaster and then take it OUT, right? He carefully did what he thought he should do, and pulled the bouncy lever thingy down. He waited for a few seconds before the pop tart came FLYING out. You could almost see it as a superhero. WAAAAAAAAAAH! Screamed Mametchi as he fell to the floor. KUTCHIPATCHI! YOU NEVER TOLD ME IT FLEW OUT!
By Fae Kizunatchi
Hello there traveler....
Would you like to sit down and have your fortune told?
I'm a little bit misty in the head these days...so sometimes all I can see is that time you tried to put your shoes on and were chased by a miniature snapping turtle...wait...what was I saying again?
Oh yes, sometimes all I see is snapping turtles, and tales of hilarity...but at others...I get a glimpse of some POWERFUL TAMAGOTCHI-MATION that will help you pursue your dreams.
I want to help the community in my old age, so please keep your Gotchi points in your pocket and spend them elsewhere.
Simply state your desire for a fortune below, and do not ask any specific question!
Wait patiently and you will get a fortune! Do not post twice in a row asking for your fortune.