Plenty of websites comprise cultural references that are missing on Animal Crossing Bells people outside that civilization, which is why things made a long time ago don't have the exact same appeal to modern audiences, we've lost the context the original reader had.
Apparently Alice's Adventures In Wonderland is an example of this. There is a variation called The Annotated Alice that really explains all of the references in it and the sequel Alice through the looking glass
I'd probably have gone through never knowing or caring what a tanuki was when it was not for Nintendo. I also might have never learned what a kappa was, either. And Kapp'n is referred to as a turtle in the English translation but I understand he's actually a kappa.
I read, besides getting a kayak to buy Animal Crossing Items name themthat if a villager asks you to move outside, immediately shut the game and prevent them the remainder of the day. The next day the next villager will request to leave, rinse and repeat until the one you would like to leave asks to depart.