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Wootini's Weekly Animal Crossing Diary

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Dear Diary,

Well, on the whole, compared to recent weeks, this one was relatively quiet. But there was still some big doin's in Narnia!

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Things started off with Anabelle telling me she was all packed and ready to move. She didn't give me an option to talk her out of it, but I didn't really mind. I mean, she was nice and all, but I never really took to her like I have some of my other neighbors.

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You know how sometimes they want you to give them a new catchphrase? Well, sometimes I'm just not in the mood to think of something clever. What's funny is that while I can't be bothered to give it that much thought, I will go out of my way to find a way to say something rude even though you're really not allowed to. Creative spelling goes a long way!

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Oh yeah. Spring brings lovely flowers and warm weather, but also wicked seasonal allergies. But Mom was thinking ahead and included a special present:

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A doctor's mask! Just the thing to keep unwanted pollen out of my airways! Thanks Mom!

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Eventually Anabelle did finally move out of Narnia. Not sure why it took her so long, since all her stuff was in boxes when I stopped by. Whatever. Part of me is a little sad when someone moves away, but then I also get really excited to see who's going to move in!

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Don't I get points for effort? So what if I got confused and forgot that you'd asked for a red grid shirt and ordered a red check shirt from Nook by mistake? God. You should just take it, wear it and be grateful. Because I don't have a red grid shirt in my catalog, so you're out of luck, Bettina.

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By the end of the week, Gwen had moved into Narnia. I remember living in another town with a snooty penguin named Gwen a long time ago... Can't be the same one, though. I mean, I have no doubt that she'd be cold and obnoxious enough to pretend not to recognize me, but she'd be older than this. Unless she had some work done...

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