Messy Neighbour

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Messy Neighbour
Messy Neighbour.png
Location Back Gardens
Habits Paints, prunes, spies on Tidy Neighbour
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The Messy Neighbour is a villager located in the Back Gardens in Untitled Goose Game. As opposed to her tidy neighbor, she will not remove items from her yard that don't belong to her (because of Tidy Neighbour's tendencies, this can lead to quite a mess). In addition, she mended a broken fence with a bit of yellow ribbon, hung her socks and bra out to dry, and leaves a broken desk in pieces. She enjoys painting at her easel, but will occasionally spy on Tidy Neighbour. She has quite a selection of lawn ornaments, and a shrub she has been pruning into the shape of a squirrel. She also has a statue of a duck with a red bow, but will tie the bow on the goose if the player stands still in the duck's place. She tolerates the Goose, but will place a "No Goose" sign if something dreadful should happen to Tidy Neighbour's prize rose (see the to-do list).

Take-able items[edit | edit source]

These items can be picked up or dragged.

  • Clippers.png Clippers
  • Bra.png Bra
  • Socks.png Socks (a pair)
  • Vase.png Vase
  • Broken Vase.png Broken Vase (2 pieces)
  • Paintbrush.png Paintbrush
  • Bow.png Bow
  • Duck Statue.png Duck Statue
  • Frog Statue.png Frog Statue
  • Jeremy Fish Statue.png Jeremy Fish Statue
  • Soap.png Soap
  • Drawer.png Drawer
  • Pot Stack.png Pot Stack
  • Enamel Jug.png Enamel Jug
  • No Goose Sign (Messy Neighbour).png No Goose Sign Messy1.png "No Goose" Sign

Push-able items[edit | edit source]

These items can only be pushed.

  • Wind Chimes (cannot be removed from the area)

Interact-able items[edit | edit source]

These items cannot be taken or removed from the area, but instead are used/operated when clicked on.

  • Lawn Ornaments (3)
  • Wind Chimes
  • Squirrel-shaped Bush
  • Duck Statue Base
  • Giant Bell Hammer
  • Fence Gate Ribbon

For Fun[edit | edit source]

  • Honk while holding the soap