Monthly Archives: October 2010

Harley Ridin’

I WANT LATE NIGHT!! I WANT VAMPIRES!  I WANT HOT TUBS! I WANT BIGGER BOOBIES! Sigh.  My computer can barely take Ambitions as it is though.  I guess I’ll just have to live without it for now.  Besides, big city … Continue reading

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The Slowest Wedding in the History of Weddings

I spent my weekend babysitting my dad’s dog I actually had a Labrador throw 2x4s at me and my foot might be broken because of the little shit, so I spent a lot of time on sims 3. This was the majority … Continue reading

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So Much Damn Fightin’

Everyone is beating my scores on Robot Unicorn Attack and making my confidence in my skills as a gamer get really low.  So I guess it’s time for some more Secksies! In the last chapter, Ellie Mae was born and … Continue reading

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Fires and Babies

It’s that time again?  It’s that time again!! I pretty much spent most of my weekend playing sims, because after driving five or so hours to a hotel only to get turned around because we were all under aged leaves you with … Continue reading

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Wooing a Shark

Three prettacy chapters in three days.  It’s almost fall break, and I only had a couple of exams, so I’m pretty much not doing anything for the rest of the week D: my dorm is so boring. But welcome back … Continue reading

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Lookin’ for the Perfect Man

Wait a minute, this isn’t my philosophy homework! Hmmmm…. Anyway, it’s time for generation two for the Southern Prettacy, and our heir, Luanne is growing up into a young adult, surrounded by her family and friends. What is it with … Continue reading

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New Babies and Dead Babies

It’s time for more Southern Prettacy!  Now on the first Sims game!!! And now that you have seen this, the rest of the graphics don’t look as bad!  And just for the record, Amy didn’t have anything to do with … Continue reading

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