|First Appeared||Animal Crossing|
|Later Appeared||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
Animal Crossing: City Folk(Player-useable)
|Available(ACWW)||2 days a week|
Delight is one of the many Emotions that were first introduced in Animal Crossing (GCN) and then later appeared in Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, which in these later installments could then be used by both the Player and CPUs through Dr. Shrunk(ACWW) and both Dr. Shrunk/Master Frillard(ACCF).
When the Delight Emotion is activated, the user's eyes upturn into a happy expression and they clap their hands together lightly and repeatedly, giving off a light clapping sound to go with it. When Villagers use this Emotion, the clapping is normally continuous until their speech bubble is cancelled. But for the Player, the clap is only brief with each activation.
 Animal Crossing: City Folk
Here's Dr. Shrunk's act from his stand-up routine entitled "Delight":
Thanks you! Thank you! And thanks to that special someone out there! I think you KNOW who you are! Dr. Shrunk is in the house!
Let me tell you, I don't always have folks coming out to see me like this. But it's good to know some people really like my jokes! So, if I can get enough love from this audience, I'll premiere my new joke right here and now! How bout' it? Ready? Let's hear a rousing round of applause! C'mon! Who wants to hear my new joke?! Just clap! C'mon, clap! Hello? Clap! Just a little?