Animal Crossing is a social stimulating game that was created by Katsuya Eguchi and Hisashi Nogami. It’s a simple game where you need to live with various anthropomorphic animals and carry out various activities like fishing, fossil hunting, and bug catching.
This game is well known for unique puns for each fish during fishing. There we are going to tell some best puns and worst puns.
- Whale Shark
‘Thar she blows’
This whale shark is special. Its first capture line is “I am tellin’ ya, it was thiiiiiiiiis big! ” followed by the initial shock of getting such big fish. The enthusiasm is accurately described. For your general knowledge, the whale is the largest species of fish in the world.
‘I caught a squid. It’s off the hooks’
It may seem like nothing special but for fans of pop idol Splatoon it’s a huge deal. This pun pays respect to Splatoon OFF THE HOOK featuring Marina and Pearl.
‘ I caught a pufferfish. I thought you would be tougher fish!’
Its have a catchy rhythm. It is sarcastic as a cute villager caught one of the spikes and intimidating animal easily. Poor fish he underestimated villagers.
- Sea Bass
‘ I caught a sea bass! No, wait…its at least a C+’
Was the writer was so bored at that time? You want to catch a rare fish but you got sea bass. And for the writer, it was to give players hope that it is better than nothing. But for now, it is depressing.
‘ I caught a dace. Hope I have some space’
It looks like a Dad joke. It’s not only a bad joke but great teasing also. It’s a common fish with share sizes with rarer fish like char and cherry salmon. This line looks like a direct insult to the players.
‘ I caught an arapaima. How did you get here? Arapaimaknow!’
Are they hiring old boomers for such dad jokes? Arapaima is one of the rare and impressive fish but after this pun players are not impressed with this fish as they expected. It not only works but created an awkward moment for players.
After your valuable feedback maybe there will good puns waiting for us.
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