Everyone likes to play and feed their pets, but what about what else happens? I commend Bandai for being brave enough to deal with the byproducts of digestion in a toy originally oriented towards kids. Every once in a while, your virtual pet is going to take a virtual dump, depositing a virtual turd in the lower right of the screen. Unfortunately, you can't just reach in there and curb your pet. In order to remove this filthy little pile of cyber-crap, you have to "flush" the screen. The symbol for flushing the screen is a duck. Why? I don't know, but all I can think of is that toilet cleaning product called "Toilet Duck" and it's cute little quack sound from the commerical. Anyhow, if you leave the little turd to simply stink up the place, your little pet will eventually get sick. I think all of you could relate to this on some level, more along the lines of asking yourself "what crawled up my ass and died?" as you flush the toilet and run gasping out of the bathroom. Oh, well maybe that's just me. The second virtual bowel movement Peeve did apparently wore him out because after purging himself, he took a nap immediately after. I was not even able to flush the system because he went to sleep. Hey, I can relate, I've had a few like that, but at least I would flush before recovering. The nap was short and I was able to then flush the screen. I don't want to try and gross everyone out, but I've noticed my Tamagotchi gets very happy after pinching a loaf. Hey, I can relate as I often feel much better after such an event of my own.