11 Funny Animal Crossing Island Names Clichés (And What to Do/say Instead)

Welcome to Animal Crossing Island! You’re about to enter a town where everyone is friendly and the deer are plentiful. But before you go any further, there’s something important that you should know: your name. What do you want your friends in Animal Crossing to call you? Do you want them to call you by some generic animal name like “Lion”? Or do you want them to address their concerns about how nice it would be if they could just keep calling you “The Player”? Well, we have good news for both of those camps because today on our blog post we introduce 11 funny but catchy names that will make people think of YOU while still having all the same benefits as whatever original nickname or title they may have picked out for you.

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-Make sure to include a list of funny Animal Crossing island names with the cliche you should say instead.

-Include at least one example for each type of animal. For instance, if there are 11 types of animals listed in this blog post, then please write at least eleven sentences when including your examples.

-Mention that all these common phrases/clichés can be replaced by something different like “The [animal] is my favorite!” or “[Animal]’s nose smells really good today” so readers know they don’t have to use those phrases as well.

–11 Funny Animals Island Names Clichés (And What To Say)–*A bunny has no name.*Instead: A bunny has a name that is not known to me.

–11 Funny Animal Island Names Clichés (And What To Say Instead)–*A bunny has no name.*Instead: A bunny’s nose smells really good today!

–The bunnies are my favorite animal on Animal Crossing island.–Instead: I like the rabbits because they’re so fluffy and cute, but other animals can be just as much fun too.

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– *Animal Crossing: A New Leaf* (What To Say Instead)

A decade ago, Animal Crossing came out on the Nintendo DS and changed how we thought about villages. It was a refreshing change of pace from The Sims or Second Life where you could do whatever you wanted in your new town. There are certain staples that have been added throughout the series that haven’t always stuck but I’ll touch more on those later when discussing what needs to be improved for AC Island. But first, let’s get down to basics with some common Animal Crossing phrases and what they mean if translated into English.

*”Kappa”: What does it really say? Is there an appropriate replacement word?*

It means “river child.” It’s not any more offensive than the word “hippie” and should be replaced with something like “freshwater citizen.”

*”Nook”: What does it really say? Is there an appropriate replacement word?*

It means to make a space or hole in. Replace Nook with Mr. Hoot.

Homeless people are called Hobos, so that would work too as long as you don’t bring up what they do while living on the streets which is terrible.. *shudder*.

I’d also suggest calling them Caddys because of their caddy-like behavior – I think we can all agree: golfers need friends! *golf clap* Jokes aside, this is not a good word to use, but it is funny.

*”Poochie”: What does it really say? Is there an appropriate replacement word?*

It means dog in Japanese – replace with “woof- woofer.” It’s also very possible that this name comes from the term for excrement and should be replaced with something like “doggie doo.” I can’t make any promises about how your story will go if you don’t change that one though! (See asterisk) *wink*.

*”Yoyo”: What does it really say? Is there an appropriate replacement word?*

This is what someone says when they are happy or excited. Replace Yoyo with the word “yippee.” *”K-Kel”: What does it really say? Is there an appropriate replacement word?* This is what a person says when they are saying that something tastes horrible. Replace Kel with “blech!” or “ugh!” – both of which work well! *frown*. *”Ducky”: What does it really say? Is there an appropriate replacement word?* *golf clap for ducky joke, but true.* It means someone who behaves in a cowardly manner and should be replaced by words such as: Scaredy Cat; Chicken; Cowardly Lion. (See asterisk) This one can also mean stupid so make sure

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