Monthly Archives: September 2010

A New Paterfamilias?

HOLY FUCKING CRAP my laptop is so SLOW playing the Sims 3 As you all know, last chapter Leroy died in a firey painful death… that didn’t have to happen. Leroy was an inventor, and even though I knew the … Continue reading

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The Unforeseen Death

Another day, another chapter. And today, shit happens that I couldn’t forsee. Well, I did, but it only took me five minutes to neglect my sims and all hell broke loose. It started on a clear day in Twinbrook, because the … Continue reading

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Birthdays and Other Junk

Time for another Southern Prettacy chapter, because I have them all backed up, and nothing to do.  Do I really have that little of a life?  The answer is yes, so we return to the Secksie family, who just had … Continue reading

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The Pitter Patter of Barefoot Children

“No, no NO!  Brown is such a boring color!” “Um, what’s wrong with it? I thought my outfit made me look civilized!” “What you want to do when you walk into a room is make a statement!  You want colors … Continue reading

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Love and Marriage

Daw, purdy lady thinks Leroy is handsome. Too bad she’s such a tease.  The prettacy was stalling because of this skank and her refusal to kiss, much less marry, Leroy.  I know Leroy is no prince, but…. Ok, I got … Continue reading

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Catching Amy

Two entries in one night, I have no life.  Anyway, so far in the Southern Prettacy, Leroy is looking for love in all the wrong places. Dispite his growing number of restraining orders, he finally found a girl that he … Continue reading

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Findin’ a Gud Woman

Welcome back to the Southern Prettacy, where we focus on the american south, and try to turn a redneck from hell into a southern belle in ten generations.  I’m already enjoying it so far because I had to start over … Continue reading

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