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mistersingle:

when you have too much in your pockets in Animal crossing and you have to let it go.

mistersingle:

when you have too much in your pockets in Animal crossing and you have to let it go.

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marshona:

the museum windows are beautiful

marshona:

the museum windows are beautiful

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animalcrossingqrdesigns:

Town of Janjira: 5100-4616-9078(by mujimakjihan)

"It’s based on the fictional quarantined city in Japan called Janjira, which is featured in Godzilla (2014)."

Unfortunately I haven’t seen the movie so I cannot say how accurate it is. However, it was an amazingly interesting town to visit, and even from the perspective of somebody who doesn’t know the storyline, I would suggest visiting!

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mischacrossing:

just visited the Sailor Moon town of Lotus-3 ♡
dream address: 4100-4719-2063

mischacrossing:

just visited the Sailor Moon town of Lotus-3 

dream address: 4100-4719-2063

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mayor-caroline:

HOW WAS I SUPPOSED TO KNOW THAT WAS THERE

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mischacrossing:

"Time traveling" (TT’ing) in ACNL is changing the date & time with Isabelle when loading up your game. People do this for several reasons, the main one being to simply speed things up. Playing in real time can be daunting when trying to develop your town or get a villager moved out, so TT’ing can be a good solution. However, it can be dangerous. Your town can get overgrown with weeds, you could lose a villager, etc. Pay attention to the tips below to ensure that your town stays the way you want it!
Time Traveling Basics:
Enact the Beautiful Ordinance so your flowers won’t die, and weeds won’t take over your town.
Never TT more than two days at a time, except for the in the case of the exception described in the third section.
Each day starts at 6 a.m. 
Mail arrives at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Time Traveling Forward Day-by-Day:
Talk to at least two villagers every day until they say they won’t talk more.
If they mention one of these rumors, then no one is moving out!
If they mention someone is thinking of moving, go run in front of that villager so they can ping! you and say they’re moving. Tell them “yes” or “no,” obvz.
It is now safe it TT a day or two forward!
Time Traveling Forward in Bulk:
It is almost never safe to TT forward more than two days at a time.
The only time it is safe is after you’ve denied a villager’s request to move out.
Once you they ping! you and you tell them “no,” you can quit and TT forward as much as you want. Days, weeks, months, whateva!
Time Traveling Backwards:
TT’ing backwards always counts as moving forward one day to the game, no matter if you set the date back one day or one hundred days.
A villager in boxes will still move out if you TT backwards.
Visitors in town (Gracie, Saharah, etc.) will change.
Items on Main Street will change.
Trees, bushes, and bamboo will not grow, and flowers will not breed.
A villager can still move out if you aren’t careful, but it is much less likely since it only counts as one day.
TT’ing backwards within the same day will keep a villager in boxes as long as you want.
TT’ing-Related Guides:
16 Villager Cycle Guide
Moving Out a Villager Guide
Seasonal Tree/ Bush/ Grass Colors
Town Building Guide

mischacrossing:

"Time traveling" (TT’ing) in ACNL is changing the date & time with Isabelle when loading up your game. People do this for several reasons, the main one being to simply speed things up. Playing in real time can be daunting when trying to develop your town or get a villager moved out, so TT’ing can be a good solution. However, it can be dangerous. Your town can get overgrown with weeds, you could lose a villager, etc. Pay attention to the tips below to ensure that your town stays the way you want it!

Time Traveling Basics:

  • Enact the Beautiful Ordinance so your flowers won’t die, and weeds won’t take over your town.
  • Never TT more than two days at a time, except for the in the case of the exception described in the third section.
  • Each day starts at 6 a.m. 
  • Mail arrives at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Time Traveling Forward Day-by-Day:

  • Talk to at least two villagers every day until they say they won’t talk more.
  • If they mention one of these rumors, then no one is moving out!
  • If they mention someone is thinking of moving, go run in front of that villager so they can ping! you and say they’re moving. Tell them “yes” or “no,” obvz.
  • It is now safe it TT a day or two forward!

Time Traveling Forward in Bulk:

  • It is almost never safe to TT forward more than two days at a time.
  • The only time it is safe is after you’ve denied a villager’s request to move out.
  • Once you they ping! you and you tell them “no,” you can quit and TT forward as much as you want. Days, weeks, months, whateva!

Time Traveling Backwards:

  • TT’ing backwards always counts as moving forward one day to the game, no matter if you set the date back one day or one hundred days.
  • A villager in boxes will still move out if you TT backwards.
  • Visitors in town (Gracie, Saharah, etc.) will change.
  • Items on Main Street will change.
  • Trees, bushes, and bamboo will not grow, and flowers will not breed.
  • A villager can still move out if you aren’t careful, but it is much less likely since it only counts as one day.
  • TT’ing backwards within the same day will keep a villager in boxes as long as you want.

TT’ing-Related Guides:

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honeypotcrossing:

Mayor Cookie’s cute little cottage ♥

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animauxing:

IRL animal crossing.

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badsciencejokes:

booooritofu:

long exposure game strong

Amazing.

(Source: firstgingerdoctor, via chubsnug)

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mysterymeat237:

fuckyeah1990s:

Bill Gates jumping over a chair

nice one bill

(Source: kalstedom, via kinglullaby)

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iwillknowmyvoice:

zemedelphos:

vagabondaesthetics:

thefemaletyrant:


generalbriefing:


So….I totally never thought about this. I’m sure very few of you have. I don’t know about you, but I’m a bit disturbed…


Wow. Food for thought. I’m sure there’s an answer though.


Their names were translated/Anglicized after going from Greek to English.
The names of the Apostles are of Greek, Aramaic and Hebrew origins. The Hebrew, Aramaic and “Greek” named Apostles were:  Shim’on = Simon (Hebrew origin).  Y’hochanan = John (Hebrew origin).  Mattithyahu = Matthew (Hebrew origin).  Ya’aqov = James (Hebrew origin meaning Jacob).  Bar-Tôlmay = Bartholomew (Aramaic, which is related to Hebrew).  Judah = Jude / Saint Jude (not to be confused with Judas Iscariot, Hebrew origin).  Yehuda = Judas Iscariot (Hebrew origin, Betrayed Yeshua/Yehosua the Messiah).  Cephas / Kephas = Peter (Hebrew / Aramaic origin meaning “Rock”).  Tau’ma = Thomas (Aramaic origin).  Andrew = Andrew (Greek origin. Is the brother of Cephas / Kephas).  Phillip = Phillip (Greek origin).  You will note that there are only 11 names, that is because there were 2 Apostles named Ya’aqov (James), which brings the total to 12 apostles.
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To expand on this, Jesus’s name is Anglicized in this way as well. We get Jesus from the Latin form of the Greek “Ἰησοῦς”(Iēsous), which is derived from the Herbrew “ישוע”(Yeshu’a, which meant “YHWH is Salvaion”, YHWH, or Yahweh being the name of God). When another form of that name, ” יְהוֹשֻׁעַ”(Yeoshu’a) was allowed to Anglicize through a different set of corruptions, it entered the English Language through Reformist Protestants as the name “Joshua”.Yes. Jesus’s actual name is Joshua.

This is interesting, thank you.

iwillknowmyvoice:

zemedelphos:

vagabondaesthetics:

thefemaletyrant:

generalbriefing:

So….I totally never thought about this. I’m sure very few of you have. I don’t know about you, but I’m a bit disturbed…

Wow. Food for thought. I’m sure there’s an answer though.

Their names were translated/Anglicized after going from Greek to English.

The names of the Apostles are of Greek, Aramaic and Hebrew origins. The Hebrew, Aramaic and “Greek” named Apostles were:

Shim’on = Simon (Hebrew origin).

Y’hochanan = John (Hebrew origin).

Mattithyahu = Matthew (Hebrew origin).

Ya’aqov = James (Hebrew origin meaning Jacob).

Bar-Tôlmay = Bartholomew (Aramaic, which is related to Hebrew).

Judah = Jude / Saint Jude (not to be confused with Judas Iscariot, Hebrew origin).

Yehuda = Judas Iscariot (Hebrew origin, Betrayed Yeshua/Yehosua the Messiah).

Cephas / Kephas = Peter (Hebrew / Aramaic origin meaning “Rock”).

Tau’ma = Thomas (Aramaic origin).

Andrew = Andrew (Greek origin. Is the brother of Cephas / Kephas).

Phillip = Phillip (Greek origin).

You will note that there are only 11 names, that is because there were 2 Apostles named Ya’aqov (James), which brings the total to 12 apostles.

Link 

To expand on this, Jesus’s name is Anglicized in this way as well. We get Jesus from the Latin form of the Greek “Ἰησοῦς”(Iēsous), which is derived from the Herbrew “ישוע”(Yeshu’a, which meant “YHWH is Salvaion”, YHWH, or Yahweh being the name of God). When another form of that name, ” יְהוֹשֻׁעַ”(Yeoshu’a) was allowed to Anglicize through a different set of corruptions, it entered the English Language through Reformist Protestants as the name “Joshua”.

Yes. Jesus’s actual name is Joshua.

This is interesting, thank you.

(Source: stfueverything, via kinglullaby)

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I found a way to actually lose in AC:NL

samantha-as-herself:

I didn’t check my town for 6 months and the bamboo overran my town, effectively blocking me off from being able to leave the section with my house or get to town. I have no axes so I am STUCK. 

I HAVE LOST TO A GAME THAT SHOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE TO LOSE.

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officialcrow:

this the realest post on this whole shit

officialcrow:

this the realest post on this whole shit

(Source: thumbleesin, via kinglullaby)

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spinneretpoetica said: Any recommended 90's music?

fuckyeah1990s: