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* The character Pascal. His mannerisms (and speech), seem vaguely like what you'd expect from someone using some kind of drug. However, sometimes villagers will tell you that he was perfectly normal before an accident from playing sports occurred - which still counts, because who expects debilitating head injuries mentioned in a game like this?



* What exactly is Isabelle [[INeedAFreakingDrink drinking]] in New Horizons? It ''could'' be juice, but even if it is, in Japan “juice” is essentially synonymous with “alcohol”.



* In Wild World, if a Lazy villager talks to a Normal villager, the Lazy villager may say he dreamed of becoming a celebrity and that the Normal villager was in it. Upon the latter asking what her role was, the Lazy villager says... that she was [[StayInTheKitchen in the kitchen, cooking up a sponge cake]]. The Normal villager even calls him sexist. Yikes.



* In ''New Leaf'', Kapp'n is not allowed on the island, because Leilani is sick to death of his singing. This is basically the equivalent of a lovers spat in which the husband is kicked out of the house until further notice. (In a cutesy kid-friendly Nintendo game)



* In ''New Horizons'', when you go to Harv's Island and enter his studio, one of the first things you see is a changing screen and...wait, is that a CastingCouch?
** An item you can purchase in Nook's Cranny is a ring in a box, similar to what you'd see in a marriage proposal. The price? [[LOL69 69]],000 bells.

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* In ''New Horizons'', when you go to Harv's Island and enter his studio, one of the first things you see is a changing screen and...wait, is that a CastingCouch?
** An item you can purchase in Nook's Cranny is a ring in a box, similar to what you'd see in a marriage proposal. The price? [[LOL69 69]],000 bells.
CastingCouch?


* In ''City Folk'', you can harvest mushrooms during the fall. Some of them resemble psilocybin-containing mushrooms. The furniture you get from these also resembles various psilocybin-containing mushrooms. Your character can actually eat the mushrooms that do not contain furniture.



* Upon donating the final piece of the plesiosaur fossil set in ''Wild World'', Blathers will say:
-->''The plesiosaur was discovered just 35 years by high school students. I shan't tell you what my greatest high school accomplishment was...but thanks for the donation!''
* In one of Kapp'ns songs, he sings about getting married and singing love songs to his wife. Then he sings: "I gots ta be careful what I sings about now. As a Dad there's some stuff I can't allow."


* ''Wild World'' makes a reference to alcohol in the fly's bug menu description, though it is referring to its use in disinfectant rather than heavy drinking, so this may be acceptable.


** One painting available in the later games is ''The Clothed Maja'', and the description given for it in ''New Horizons'' gives a surprisingly blunt wink-and-nod about how it and its counterpart could have come to be.

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** One painting available in the later games is ''The Clothed Maja'', and the description given for it in ''New Horizons'' gives a surprisingly blunt wink-and-nod about how it and its counterpart could have come to be.can very easily be taken as having some lewd implications.

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** One painting available in the later games is ''The Clothed Maja'', and the description given for it in ''New Horizons'' gives a surprisingly blunt wink-and-nod about how it and its counterpart could have come to be.
--->''It is said that this painting is a more discreet version of an earlier work known as "The Nude Maja." It is also known that Francisco de Goya was quite popular in his own time. Could these facts be related?''


* ''Wild World'' and ''New Leaf'' contain an uncensored {{tanuki}} figurine. Did we mention tanuki are known for their enormous testicles?

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* ''Wild World'' World'', ''New Leaf'', and ''New Leaf'' Horizons'' contain an uncensored {{tanuki}} figurine. Did we mention tanuki are known for their enormous testicles?



** One of the items you can craft in ''New Horizons'' is the Raccoon Figurine. It's actually a model of a {{tanuki}}, like the kind you'd see at a Japanese temple, complete with... well... the things tanuki are known for having.

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** One of the items you can craft in ''New Horizons'' is the Raccoon Figurine. It's actually a model of a {{tanuki}}, like the kind you'd see at a Japanese temple, complete with... well... the things tanuki are known for having.


* In the GCN version, Tom Nook's greeting upon entering his store includes the line "Feel free to browse, but try not to carouse!" To carouse is to drink lots of alcohol and party heartily.

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* What exactly is Isabelle [[INeedAFreakingDrink drinking]] in New Horizons? It ''could'' be juice, but even if it is, in Japan “juice” is essentially synonymous with “alcohol”.


** An item you can purchase in Nook's Cranny is a ring in a box, similar to what you'd see in a marriage proposal. The price? [[LOL69 69]],000 bells.
* In ''New Horizons'', snooty neighbors can tell you about their favorite YuriGenre comic about two princesses who fall in love.
* As of the Art Update, you can buy some famous statues to either donate to the museum or display yourself. Genuine statues will be identical to their real world counterparts...including being anatomically correct. Yes, some statues in this E-Rated game have actual genitalia.

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** An item you can purchase in Nook's Cranny is a ring in a box, similar to what you'd see in a marriage proposal. The price? [[LOL69 69]],000 bells.
* In ''New Horizons'', snooty neighbors can tell you about their favorite YuriGenre comic about two princesses who fall in love.
* As of the Art Update, you can buy some famous statues to either donate to the museum or display yourself. Genuine statues will be identical to their real world counterparts...including being anatomically correct. Yes, some statues in this E-Rated game have actual genitalia.
bells.


* In ''New Horizons'', snooty neighbors can tell you about their favorite YuriGenre comic about two princesses who fall in love.

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* In ''New Horizons'', snooty neighbors can tell you about their favorite YuriGenre comic about two princesses who fall in love.love.
* As of the Art Update, you can buy some famous statues to either donate to the museum or display yourself. Genuine statues will be identical to their real world counterparts...including being anatomically correct. Yes, some statues in this E-Rated game have actual genitalia.


** An item you can purchase in Nook's Cranny is a ring in a box, similar to what you'd see in a marriage proposal. The price? [[LOL69 69]],000 bells.

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** An item you can purchase in Nook's Cranny is a ring in a box, similar to what you'd see in a marriage proposal. The price? [[LOL69 69]],000 bells.bells.
* In ''New Horizons'', snooty neighbors can tell you about their favorite YuriGenre comic about two princesses who fall in love.


** The 1.2 update for ''New Horizons'' brings back art and sculptures. And you have the option to examine the goods at Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler to check for forgeries. So not only do we have nude statues like David or the Discobolus of Myron, but ''close-ups'' of ''high-resolution'' nude statues and paintings such as Michaelangelo's Vitruvian Man, The Birth of Venus, and Liberty Leading the People.

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** The 1.2 update for ''New Horizons'' brings back art and sculptures. And you have the option to examine the goods at Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler to check for forgeries. So not only do we have nude statues like (like Michelangelo's David or the Discobolus of Myron, Myron) and paintings (such as da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man", Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus", and Delacroix's "Liberty Leading the People"), but ''close-ups'' of ''high-resolution'' nude statues and paintings such as Michaelangelo's Vitruvian Man, The Birth of Venus, and Liberty Leading the People.paintings.


** The 1.2 update for ''New Horizons'' brings back art and sculptures. And you have the option to examine the goods at Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler to check for forgeries. So not only do we have nude statues like David or the Discobolus of Myron, but ''close-ups'' of ''high-resolution'' nude statues.

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** The 1.2 update for ''New Horizons'' brings back art and sculptures. And you have the option to examine the goods at Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler to check for forgeries. So not only do we have nude statues like David or the Discobolus of Myron, but ''close-ups'' of ''high-resolution'' nude statues.statues and paintings such as Michaelangelo's Vitruvian Man, The Birth of Venus, and Liberty Leading the People.

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