In the next pokémon game, they should let you answer "No" to the question "are you a girl or a boy?"
@zatnosk Ooh, I see, Professor Oak didn't want to assume the gender of a neighbor, and friend/enemy of his grandchild, in a town of *six* people who logically he should know already, that's why he always asks that.
I thought he was just a senile old fart.
@kurt They haven't spoken directly before, it's just polite to ask, innit?
The odd part is him asking said neighbor what the name of his grandchild is.
Y U NO ASK GRANCHIL?
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