Hi peoples, yes thats right i am back again to update this thing. Been a while I know, I guess it has something to do with my new gnorbu. For those that are not familiar with this rare and funky animal, its a green one and it rocks my cheese world to the kingdom. Well, not the same as Ella does but hey, its virtual and I get to play games with her. She is very funky, loves eating omelettes (but who doesnt yeah?) When it comes to the Gnorbu species, they are generally best known for their spirited sense of humour. Unlike Meercas, who have more of a reputation as pranksters, Gnorbu tend more toward witty remarks, comical stories, and quotable quips. You’ll find that there’s never a dull moment when a Gnorbu is around, because they always are eager to share a joke or tell a comical tale based on our experiences Neopia.

Interestingly enough, the Gnorbu’s greatest source of comedy comes from their keen sense of observation. Gnorbu are excellent listeners, who enjoy hearing a funny story just as much as telling one. They also have a knack for getting a laugh out of everyday events, such as hunting for a bargain at the Trading Post or trying to grab a bite to eat at Kelp.

As long as it’s not mean-spirited, a Gnorbu is never above having a good laugh, even if it’s at our own expense. For example, it’s often pointed out that Gnorbu aren’t exactly the most fleet-footed species in Neopia. In fact, it’s even been said that whenever a Gnorbu goes hunting, the number one thing that it’s likely to catch is a case of the Sneezles. That’s okay, though? we understand that not every Neopian can soar through the sky like a Pteri or sprint as fast as a Poogle Racer. Our gift as Gnorbu is discovering the lighter side of life in Neopia, and it’s a gift that we enjoy sharing generously.

Well, back to my Gnorbuing, she awaits my gaming.

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