Chrakia island is bustling along. I was thinking that maybe I’ll invent a new language for Chrakia island. A long time ago at the county fair, I was bored, so I decided that I’d make up my own language. I called it Chrak, although at the time I spelled it Trok. In Chrak, Chrak means truth.
I’ve experimented with various writing systems and I’ve never quite decided on one in particular, but we’ll see how that goes. This was long before conlanging was a thing shared among too many people. The internet didn’t exist yet, so it was just me and my little language… Chrak. It’s existed in the back of my mind for the last eighteen years, so maybe I’ll do something with it someday.
In other news, Cartoys decided he was bored so he colored his hair. Now, he has purple hair:
In fact, if you remember, heck if I remember, Cartoys had a fight with Captain, or Captain had a fight with Cartoys. A little like real life used to be actually now that I think about it. However, it came out okay:
My particular favorite is the donut pillow on the couch.
Actually, it was pretty funny in Handyville. I told Hurricane that she had a love-child with Maus, which made my newest niece make a funny face. It was funny. I told her that their child Audrey looked like a little old lady, but more fascinating was that I set her to travel abroad across and out to other DS systems in other Tomodachi islands. Their legacy lives on!
The lumbering giant actually wanted to ask someone out on a date, Aly I believe, so he offered up some cannoli (if I remember correctly).
But… alas, it was not meant to be. The lumbering giant was rejected, so I had to cheer him up. Luckily, Miis are easy to cheer up. I just gave him a kaleidoscope:
Across the hall, in the apartment building, there was quite a ruckus. It appears that Munchkin and Mom got in a fight! It was quite the scene:
Stuff was flying everywhere! In fact, it looks like that DS was broke! Uh oh. I wonder what Mom and Munchkin could be fighting about? He’s always such a sweety… but a bigger question is, what the heck is that green pouchy thing? So, Munchkin decided he’d make up with Mom, but… she wasn’t going for it. Munchkin decided to express his grief creatively, and took this snapshot:
It looks better in 3D. Somber art no?
Bunny told me that somebody slipped him a note to meet him up on the roof. I was intrigued, so I told him, go up there, go up there! Well, he went up there… and it was me! I had some fashionista advice for him:
Jorts should totally be a thing now. Much like Squashage, or Three’s Company.
So I visited a few of my islanders to see what they were up to. Turns out, my blood brother had a fascination with himself:
I used to do that though. I would stand in front of a mirror and just stare at my naked body for a long time. I would think about how deformed I was, and how much I hated every part of me. I hope my blood brother isn’t having that trouble in Chrakia Island.
But, I’ll leave you with a note of surprise. Surprise visit!