These catchphrases for ACNL villagers were collected on tumblr, contributors can be found at the bottom of this post. Remember
not to capitalise catchphrases or add punctuation marks as the game
takes care of this, according to wherever the catchphrase will show up
in a sentence. However, do capitalise greetings and use punctuations
marks in greetings unless you don’t want any.
Catchphrases for any villager
kweh / kupo / booper / ya know / your majesty / I guess / in America /
in bed / ba-bang / nifty / cool beans / hella / pumbloom / *pees* /
marmalade / darling / dear / sweetie / sweetheart / honey / love /
imagineer / human / robot / friend / jeaaaahhhh / I’m lying / yes? No? /
okey dokey / OK / I say / you see / you know / sugarcube / YOLO / TL;DR
/ orz / *censored* / in-game / …help me / [hiccup] / mean it / not
again / why me / shut up / stop that / hmm… / yeah / ugh / you’ll see /
dear / partner / bonjour / so funny / so sad / hon hon / no worries /
gotcha / you cutie / go away / come here / mind you / same / so what /
me, too / my child / golly / stay safe / take care / sniff
Catchphrases for normal villagers
dear / dearie / puddin’ / pumpkin / sweetie / mhm / mittens / sweet tart
/ honey / darling / heh / tea time / nutmeg / yippy / verily / books /
hun / baby / :3 / kiwi / mango / plum / papaya / love / sweetums / love
dove / balmy / doodles / breezy / ahaha / cupcake / hehe / nyah / if I
may / lovely / my friend / my love / o-okay / flower / oh my /
sweetheart / buddy / precious
Catchphrases for peppy villagers
yeah / girl / goof / sunshine / weirdo / for sure / lmao / like, yeah /
omg / LOL / girl power / shiny / totally / totes / like OMG / y'know /
yay / notice me / :3 / pudding / jeepers / doll / bonbon / zippy / sunny
/ rosy / hoorah / boosh / cutie pie / yayzies / boop / yo / hooray / my
fan / aha / twinkle / sparkle / ta-da / teehee / bestie / [sings] / and
like / much wow / wow / aww snap / superduper / sugar / silly / like /
hm? / sugarbear
Catchphrases for snooty villagers
wow / peasant / dear / floozy / wild one / posh / darling / hrmp / oh
dear / babe / um / hipster / fancy / fancypants / mrrrow / dawling /
kisskiss / darling / dearie / sweetie / hey bby / #tweet / #selfie / my
pet / dahling / belle / capiche / la-di-da / cheeky / swanky / uppity /
ugh / right / honey / fancy / you wish / my pet / quite so / whatever /
sweetheart / mon dieu / hmph / ridiculous
Catchphrases for uchi villagers
lil sis / son / pumpkin / sweetie / dude / lovely / sister / friend / aw
yeah / maaan / sugar / little sis / mm hm / girls / sis / bro / awesome
/ dude / hey bby / hun / yeah yeah / yeah right / whatever / junior /
dainty / precious / foxy / nifty / nimble / friend / sugar pie / kid /
cutie / gotcha / am I right / cuz / dudette / sweetie / twerp / uhh… yea
/ 10/10 / neh
Catchphrases for cranky villagers
ugh / punk / darn it / lass / sprout / child / ugh… / you kids / urgh /
sweet / dagnabbit / durnit / you child / tch / kiddo / who am I? / ech /
Billy / ya jerk / get lost / snappish / maroon / huff / tart / crabby /
surly / seriously / grumps / kiddo / youngster / boss / NOT / …I guess /
MWAHAHAHA / suck it / or else / human / nyeh / hmph / [sigh] / munchkin
/ buddy / whatever / shut up / my head / sigh / I hate it / you baby
Catchphrases for jock villagers
booya! / dork / goof / speedy / hiyah / woah / crunch / hup-to / coach /
teammate / mate / bud / guy / bam / 10k / carbs / champion / frat boy /
you’re it / let’s race / T-DOWN / GOAL / football / sportsball / notice
me / d00d / dude / brah / bruh / bro / dude man / player / rookie / pro
/ champ / tiger / lifting / exercise / energize / homie / get wreckt /
ten-hut / ba-BOOM / *fistbump* / nerd / yo / rock on / yahoo / c'mon bro
/ up top / level 100 / brawler / *sweats* / carry me / snot
Catchphrases for lazy villagers
/ yawn / snooze / snore / munchie / drowsy / pip / snuffle / hmmm /
mhmm / …yawn / I guess / *rumble* / FOOOD / peach / apple pie / tart /
yum / yaaawn / biscotti / biscuit / cake time / snack time / let’s eat /
milk bone / I’m hungry / *burrrp* / narf / word / mkay / mmm… / …zzz… /
drowsy / toddle / truffle / dreamy / or whatnot / cookies / I’m sleepy /
hrm? / mm'kaay / sluuuurp / duuuude / never mind / yo / snug / ehh jk /
feed me / snoozer
Catchphrases for smug villagers
no / zoink / honey / babe / darling / m'lady / mistress / my liege /
princess / my queen / my king / friend / dear / haha / fabulous / I say /
sure / howla / chicky / hottie / woah dude / call me / notice me /
#selfie / hey bby / m'dear / yessir / wise-guy / righteous / alright /
cutie / heh heh / romantic / huehuehue / what, what / indeed / guvnor /
says I / bien / eheh / my friend / believe it / told ya so / bonjour /
starlight / love hurts
Get off my lawn & ugh (for cranky villagers) Don’t talk to me & goodbye Good to see you / I was worried! & I hate it! Howdy & partner Got any food? & I’m hungry Zappity Zap Zap & pachirisu (for Static) Judge & witness Honey & sting Hey there & sugarbear Sweet meet & sugar cube Don’t hurt me! & ouch
I took the liberty not to include offensive catchphrases (explicitly sexual ones, ableism, (sexist) slurs, Japaneseones and AAVE).
You are of course free to use the latter two if you’re Japanese/black
but I didn’t want to support cultural appropriation with this
If you fly in take the Link (Seattle Public Transit) downtown.
Right when you get off, you can walk a few blocks until you find Elm Coffee.
This place was recommended by new friends I found from Instagram the wide open space is filled with a white marble bar, and tables accompanied by wicker chairs that seem to fit you just right.
Petite pastries lay across the bar. The most tempting are the vegan donuts, although you won’t be able to tell the difference.
The coffee has a light, citrus scent to the roasted beans and the pitter patter of feet fill your ears as customers line up for their morning latte. The ambience is very relaxing, light chatter feels comfortable, and is a sweet spot that isn’t so touristy (like Original Starbucks, you can go there, too!)
Mid-Day Brunch: Biscuit Bitch
1909 1st Ave | Seattle, WA 98101
Walking down to Pike Place, the infamous marketplace is next. To satisfy the itch to try new food in the city, you can get your southern soul food fix closeby.
The sidewalk is usually lined up with hungry brunchers in line or waiting for one of the (few) coveted tables. The popularity of this place is obvious with people casually walking by end up joining in on the biscuit madness. Biscuit Bitch has all the sass and snarkiness that lives up to its name. The staff has hair all colors of the rainbow, tattoos that dot their arms, and are quirky and loud. I blushed a bit while ordering the “Hot Mess Bitch” but I’ll admit it felt cool to cuss when I ordered.
The Hot Mess Bitch had me exploring every corner of my cardboard to go box (everything is packaged to go). One bite had me chomping down smooth grits with cheese and the next bite I’d get a flavor whirlwind of sausage, jalapeno and biscuit. Every bite was a new experience depending on which ingredients I wanted to combine next.
All today I have been wanting to create an altar for the forest / lake spirit, Ne'er Recur. My backyard is an entire mountain, built upon old burial grounds as well. Creating an altar for him, I feel, may be a bit difficult…but certainly doable. Here is what I have for ideas right now;
-Bones (particularly a deer / fish skull or antlers)
-Dried / pressed leaves, plants, flowers, herbs
-Bottle of lake / swamp water
-Picture of Ne'er Recur (I do intend to try to draw him sometime)
I might as well say now, Ne'er Recur is a rather tall creature. Around 7ft i’d say…he wears a long brown and green cloak, folded-over leather boots, and a deer’s skull as a mask. Sometimes when his hood is down, his scruffy dark brown hair can be seen. Like I do, he often carries around small bags of herbs or stones on his belt. Soon I hope to post a picture of him here 🌲🐟🐚🌾
I rarely share my own experiences on this Tumblr, but I thought that some of you might be interested in seeing more of Seoul and life here through my eyes ) So let me take you on a walk through one of my favorite Seoul neighborhoods - Hongdae 💜
Named after the famous Hongik University , Hongdae is a vibrant cultural hub known for its urban arts, indie music and underground culture, local fashion and night clubs. ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ❓What #ToDo and #ToEat 🍴around Hongdae? 🤔 ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Any wandering about should start with grabbing a bite to eat! 🍊🥙 One of my favorites - @ddamong.ddabong Healthy and delicious! It doesn’t get fresher than straight from a grapefruit, right? 🤗 It’s located in a quieter area of Hongdae, so take a stroll and check out all the cute little shops! 🛍 ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Lazy Weekend tip 👉 Browsing around Hongdae Free Market is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Walk around, enjoy the 1$ ice cream waffles (a must! 🍦😋), have a local artist draw a portrait of you (I have one, doesn’t look anything like me, but whatever, it’s cute), get some awesome postcards and prints (there are always new artists, so even if you come here every week, you’ll see some new artworks.) ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Hongdae is a great place to shop - from the flagship New Balance store, to Forever21, to multibrand Lotte El Cube, to local fashion boutiques ($-$$$) - here you will find everything your heart desires. That is, if your heart desires all things young and trendy. If you are shopping with your mom, this might not be the best shopping destination )). ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Tired of all that shopping and walking around? How about lunch/dinner? @hakatabunko_official serve the most heavenly delicious ramen 🍜. They only have like 3 items on the menu and my gosh, do they excel at these! 🏆 #BadaSteak is ridiculously delicious! (📍look up the geotag). Btw, “bada” (바다) means “sea” in Korean. They specialize in seafood 🐟🦐🦀🦑🐙 And they serve black bread! ⠀⠀⠀⠀ In Korea you usually have dinner at one place and then move on to another to get dessert/drinks. Hongdae is packed with all kinds of bars and cafes. Personally, I love the tiny little ones tucked away in the quiet side streets. When you come out of the subway station into the crazy swirling of the crowd it might seem that Hongdae is just that - always bustling with people, always loud. But there’s really so much more to it! ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Speaking of Hongdae Nightlife, there are a looot of clubs in this neighborhood! The more famous ones are Vera, Cocoon, M2, Aura. Fun fact: Gogos2 has no gogo girls, although judging from the name you would expect something special 👯 NB and NB2 are famously owned by YG. As for the places that I like, Secret Society and The Henz 🖤 ⠀⠀⠀⠀ *All photos by me. #GlobalSeoulMate 🤗🇰🇷
Per @star-anise‘s request for kitty pics this week, I’m reminded that I actually really like pulling together an assortment of pics and telling stories about them, and I have a metric shitton of random photos on my phone. SO. You can safely expect the occasional post like this until I run out of photos or get bored with it, whichever happens first.
This is two batches combined into one, from back in 2013 (which is I think before I cracked and got a tumblr) and separated by a few weeks and a few hundred miles. One’s from the Milwaukee Zoo, where a friend of a friend is a zookeeper and took us through the exhibits on her day off. I seem to have lost the bat feeding and the polar bear feeding photos, sorry. :( The other set is from the Raptor Rehabilitation Center on the U of Minnesota campus, where they do some damn impressive work with birds of prey.
HELLO PRETTY SNOW LEOPARD what’s that, you want to eat my face? Oh. I guess we’ll stay out here then. Not shown: the back of the cage has an exit onto his native habitat; I forget why he was in back but I think he was due for yearly check-up?
Yes. Yes we did get to feed the giraffes. Yes their tongues are that sticky, which is why you make sure to only lightly hold one end. (No, I don’t remember exactly what the food was, I think a specially balanced grain-and-plant thing made into crackers? It was their treat-food not their regular food.)
MOOSE. This moose was seeing her favorite person and also her favorite food: bananas.
Our zookeeper guide had hand-raised many of the wolves from birth, so several came reasonably close to see who these strange new mammals with her were.
And the birbs behind a cut because this is getting long…
Chances are, when you think of the name Duncan Hines, you
think of cake mix. But Hines wasn’t a chef — in fact, he could barely cook. It
was actually a book that first put his name on the map.
In 1936, at 55, Hines self-published Adventures in Good Eating, which contained the names and locations
of 475 restaurants from coast to coast that had Hines’ rigorous seal of
approval. The book was a hit, and “Recommended by Duncan Hines”
became the gold standard in dining by the 1950s.