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New Leaf Balloons[edit]

I recently popped a balloon that contained a Dog-themed item in New Leaf, or so my memory says (I'm not too sure). Has this happened to anyone else before? UxieLover1994 (talk) 21:09, October 2, 2013 (EDT)

What dog-themed item is it? There is, after all, a balloon dog lamp, so did you get that one? Mario Sigpic.png MarioAfter all, as far as I know, there are no dog-themed items in New Leaf. 14:26, October 4, 2013 (EDT)

Opening a present meant for a villager?[edit]

OK, this is a long story, but here it is:

At around 2:00 something AM, Amelia asked me to send a present meant for Kabuki, that was mistakenly sent to her. I couldn’t resist opening it and it turned out to be an amethyst shirt. If that wasn’t enough, I even tried it on! But later in the early afternoon I went to Kabuki’s house and he noticed it was unwrapped. It gave me two options on what to say: it was me, or maybe Amelia. I stopped there and didn’t click either. I decided to turn off my 2DS and start over instead. I then came up with a plan to buy wrapping paper at Nookling Junction and wrap the shirt so it becomes a present again. Kabuki was outside and I met him, but it didn’t give any options to talk about the present, maybe the dialogue comes up only in his house? Anyway, so I decided to write a letter to Kabuki and attach the present to the stationery. Then I sent it to him at the Post Office. I don’t know what will happen next, but I’m wondering what would happen if one opened the present, then wrapped it up using their own wrapping paper, and gave it to the villager who it belongs to? That would be interesting information to add to the page. — EzekielT (talk) 15:59, April 20, 2019 (EDT)

Kabuki didn't recognize it until I opened the present and gave the shirt itself. EzekielT (talk) 16:20, April 13, 2020 (EDT)