I really do. They have each carved out their own little spot on Animal Crossing Bells the island and come to agreement about the common locations. It works pretty nicely. I am so happy it’s expanded and become this kind of gem
This is cute! Really liking the creativity, particularly with the river and waterfall.Hi… so can you please adopt me! I will do anything to have a awesome home like that
So well done. I admit I’m sort of biased against tattoos based on networking references; however when they are a terrific design and look awesome outside the context of that reference I think they function. This is perhaps the best example of that I have seen.Damn that is good, you certainly went all in for the first one I visit! And it is all amazing, but I’m really digging the raccoon!Although I’m white, it’s not unusual for me to play as a black character in games (once I have an option ) especially because as a child I became more fascinated with the idea of representation and the way many of us are taught that white is the”normal” or”default” individual in media. I figured- hey, if I choose to play as distinct races, maybe I can assist my brain to not think of white as”default”. /shrug/
I can not say I’ve totally escaped that trend. And doing so doesn’t make me”better” or something. But I believe that encouraging people to perform characters out their reality is fine. It helps us think outside our own little bubble of truth. That’s all.Tom corner is actually a tanuki so I am afraid you are going to have to buy Animal Crossing Items have massive tanuki balls tattoo on him. F.