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What does the girl in Laverre City say when the happiness is maxed out?

When I talk to her she says:

Its amazingly friendly toward you! It must be so happy spending every day with you!

I'm assuming that means max friendship but not sure.

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This answer applies to older versions. I'll still keep it since many google searches may refer here in the future.

Yes, you can't get any better response, though it does not really mean that you have reached the total maximum (255).

And here is the whole list of possible responses:

  • It doesn't seem to like you at all. It looks mean. => 0-69
  • You should treat it better. It's not used to you. => 70-99
  • It's quite cute. => 100-149
  • It's friendly toward you. It looks sort of happy. => 150-199
  • I get the feeling that it really trusts you. => 200-219
  • It looks really happy! It must love you a lot. => 220-255

More about friendship.

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Your list doesn't match up with those in X and Y, and overlaps for the final two phrases. – dlras2 Nov 14 '13 at 15:57
Yeah I'm sorry. This list applies to older versions of pokemon. – Tomáš Zato Nov 14 '13 at 16:52
I think the main issue is that you have 200-210 and 200-255 – Stupid.Fat.Cat Nov 16 '13 at 1:05
Thank you, fixed that. – Tomáš Zato Nov 18 '13 at 21:05

Yes, "It's amazingly friendly towards you! It must be so happy spending every day with you!" is the lady's response if the Pokemon you show her exhibits maximum happiness. I tested this with three cases:

  • Talonflame (which I've had since before the 1st badge and is Level 100)
  • Pikachu, which I had evolved from a Pichu (evolution only occurs at maximum happiness)
  • Umbreon (which Eevee evolves into only when reaching maximum happiness and leveling at night).

In all three cases, that was her response.

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