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Verbal Tic / Tamagotchi

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These are the many different verbal tics in the Tamagotchi anime. Some of them are parts of their names. Almost all of them end their sentences with these.

  • Kuchipatchi has "da-tchi" in Japanese and "tchi" in English. Curiously enough, "da-tchi" is also used in Tamagotchi Friends.
  • Nandetchi has "de-tchi", which is similar to Kuchipatchi's "da-tchi".
  • Mimitchi (in some cases) ends her sentences in "hop".
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  • Necktietchi has "tie".
  • Akaspetchi has "de yansu" in the Japanese version of the anime. He doesn't have one in the English dub.
  • Sunopotchi has "nopo", similar to that of another Tamagotchi in his hometown.
  • Nonopotchi has "nappe".
  • Belltchi has "bell", as heard in the English dub of the anime.
  • Nachuratchi has "nachu".
  • Uwasatchi has "wasa" in Japanese. Like Akaspetchi, she doesn't have one in the English dub.
  • Kikitchi has "dashi" and "desho". Like Akaspetchi and Uwasatchi, he doesn't have one in the English dub.
  • Mousetchi says "click" before his sentences.
  • Hapihapitchi always ends her sentences with "awoo" sorta like a dog.

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