Momo and I grew a beehive tree a few weeks ago. We anxiously awaited the appearance of some bees and honey pots on the tree. Today, we found a honey pot on the tree. Although Momo dressed up like a bee to befriend the tree’s bees, there were none to be found on her tree.
Has anyone else seen bees on their beehive tree? The sign in the garden shop asks us to “watch the bees,” and the PS blog depicts bees on the tree in the “final evolved stage” of the beehive tree seed (shown below).
By the way, the super-cute honey pots sells for 85 coins each. I love them!
I decided to sell both of my petlings back to the store. Every time I logged into Pet Society, they looked pitiful and were begging for foods, and it wasn’t an enjoyable sight. They were a bit too expensive for me and Momo. I feel a bit bad about it, but maybe Momo is all the pet I need.
Bye-bye Lucky and Shady. Hope the Pet Society shopkeepers finds you nice new homes.
Here are a few polls on petlings:
How many petlings do you currently own?
Currently, there’s a five petling limit. Do you want more than five petlings?
Have you considered selling or sold any of your petlings?
Momo and her dolls and plushies held a conference today to decide if the Pet Society husky plushie was a dog or a cat. The dogs thought the new hushy plushie was really a cat in disguise, while the cats were certain the husky was a sneaky dog. Neither the dogs or cats were happy to accept the husky plushie as one of their own. Momo wasn’t sure what to think. She thought the husky plushie might be a cog or maybe a dat.
What do you think? Does the husky plushie look more like a dog or cat?
As Momo was busy hunting in mystery boxes for new items, I wondered when was the last time Momo bought a cheap (pink/red) mystery box. I couldn’t quite remember. A comment from owee mentioned that cheap mystery boxes should have some new items. I fully agree. Why are the cheap boxes so neglected? They’re really great when you first start the game because they are the most affordable way to get a few furnishings and outfits. Once you’re established in the game though, there’s no point to buying them. Look at Momo, she’s walking right by them as she browses the purple and gold boxes.
The last new items that were added were the colored balloons months and months ago, two of which were removed without warning last July. I think the last time I bought a cheap mystery box was to try to find green balloons last summer before their removal was announced. Lately, Momo and I can’t see any reason to buy them. There’s nothing new or exciting in them that we haven’t seen before.
What do you think? Does your pet buy cheap mystery boxes? Do you think Playfish should add new items to the cheap boxes as they have for the purple and gold mystery boxes?
According to the recipe book, there are now 16 days left to learn the festive pudding recipe. Momo’s been cooking soup like crazy to earn enough cooking points to unlock the recipe. I wasn’t even sure how many dishes she needed to cook, since the recipe book is very unclear. Luckily, Sfelaccio commented that the festive pudding unlocks at the same level as the banana split (the kitchen porter level). Thanks for the help Sfelaccio!
Unfortunately, Momo’s not the best cook, even when preparing soup. She’s managed to burn six dishes so far. Yucky! The burned food looks like poo. Ewww!
Cooking in Pet Society is nice in a way because you don’t have to monitor the oven as it cooks. However, cooking soup all the time is feeling more like a chore than a fun activity. Plus, you don’t get to eat the food you cook, which is probably the most fun part about cooking. Momo can eat her cyber-pixel food, but this week I’ve been enjoying an orange cranberry loaf and ginger cookies. I think Momo is missing out. 😉
What do you think, is cooking more fun in real life or in Pet Society? Do you like cooking in real life? Do you like cooking in Pet Society?
Cairo asked me in the comments whether I preferred last year’s Christmas tree or this year’s. I like the color of the old trees better than the new ones. Here’s a comparison picture of Pet Society’s large tree from 2008 and this year’s medium holiday tree.
I thought I preferred the 2008 trees until I learned in a comment from Debbie that the new trees glow. That makes the new trees pretty spiffy.
Hmmm…now, I having a tough time deciding which trees I like better. What do you think?