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Tattletail, it's... me
— Educational Baby Talking Tattletail

Educational Baby Talking Tattletail
Species Tattletail
Gender Male
Family N/A
Eye Color Green
Fur/Hair Color Grayish purple
Voice Actor Ryann Shannon

Educational Baby Talking Tattletail, also known unofficially as Boring Tattletail, is a purple-coloured Tattletail introduced in the Kaleidoscope update. He speaks in a robotic monotone.


The Educational Baby Talking Tattletail shares the features of the regular Tattletail. However, he has green eyes, gray eyelids, a white edge around his nose and a dull grayish purple coloring to his fur. He also has purple spots in his fur. Additionally, the highlights in his eyes more closely resemble those of the Waygetter Electronics logo. His robotic voice means that he appears devoid of emotion, such as when the lights are out and he "screams" by saying "Ah." and he describes himself laughing instead of actually laughing.

Besides his robotic voice, the Educational Baby Talking Tattletail seems smarter than the normal Tattletail, because he always utters random facts throughout gameplay. For example, "Chickens lay eggs, almost everyday." However, most of his facts are obvious statements, such as there being a lot of numbers, and Neptune being a planet in the Solar System.


Tattletail. It's... me.
It's me, Tattletail. Hello.
It's me, Tattletail. I'm fun.

Feed bar is empty

Please feed Tattletail.

Feed bar is full

I am full.

Groom bar is empty

Brush me 100 times a day.
Please groom Tattletail.

Battery bar is empty


Battery bar is full

Tattletail is full of energy.

Low light warning.

La la la la... la... la.
La la... la.
La... la... la... la.
La la la la la.

2 + 2 is a math problem.
A cloud is a noun.
Aeroplanes can fly without flapping their wings.
Butterflies are old caterpillars.
C-A-T spells a word.
Dinosaurs may look scary, but they are dead.
Dogs bark when they want to make noise.
Dogs sometimes have fleas.
Doors can be closed, or open.
Every half an hour, thirty minutes go by.
Food is a source of vitamins.
Glasses are like windows that help you see.
If you cut a rock in half, that's two rocks.
Lava comes from a volcano.
Neptune is a planet in our Solar System.
Peanuts are not actually nuts, and that is why they are bad.
Red, white and blue are colors.
The Sun comes out every morning.
There are more numbers than you think, such as, one hundred.
There are three primary colors, and a few more.
Water can be found in the world's oceans.
When a bee uses its stinger, it hurts.

Let's do activities.
Please wake up.
Tea is best served in water.
Chickens lay eggs, almost everyday.
Let's tell a joke.
Knock, knock.
Knock, knock.
Bananas are a good source of potassium. Ha ha-ha, ha.
Wash your clothes before drying.
Stairs can go up... or down.
Mirrors show you yourself.
No facts available.
We are not alone.
The weather outside, is... cold.

Hee, hee, hee, hee, hee.
Ha, ha, ha.
Ha, ha.
Tattletail is laughing.

It is December 24th.
It is December 23rd.
Today's date is December 23rd.
Please put Tattletail to bed.


  • The white ring around the edge of the nose is similar to the beta Tattletail's nose.
  • Educational Baby Talking Tattletail's "facts" have many errors:
    • 2 + 2 is a mathematic exercise, not a math problem.
    • Aeroplanes have flaps on their wings, meaning that in some sense aeroplanes do "flap" - just not the whole wing.
    • Peanuts being bad is an opinion, despite peanuts actually not being nuts.
    • Cutting a rock in half is incredibly difficult, but it would indeed make two rocks.
    • Chickens lay eggs once a day, not "almost everyday".
    • Water can indeed be found in the world's oceans, but also in other places such as lakes, rivers, streams, and rain.
    • Not all food contains vitamins.
  • From 4th May - 1st June, Tattletail's official Twitter was changed to reflect Educational Baby Talking Tattletail instead of the original Tattletail.
  • For some reason, when the player goes on top of the house, Educational Baby Talking Tattletail's voice changes to the regular Tattletail's line for the occasion.
    • This is likely a glitch, as Educational Baby Talking Tattletail does not have a line for walking on the roof.
  • His voice seems to contain an echo of some sort, with it being either that of a male voice, or Mama Tattletail.


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