Monthly Archives: April 2011

And Now I’m Going To Starve

A new chapter fresh off the heels of the poll?  What can I say, I got bored, I played a little during the poll. What happened last time?  Oh yeah, Dixie said that she wanted her real father in her … Continue reading

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Talking to Dad

“Oh wow!  I didn’t know that sims could style other sims on freewill like ur doin’, Nascar!” “Naw, that’s just ‘cus I’m awesum’ like that.” I also didn’t know that you could upgrade the wardrobe mirror… with a wrench. “Naw, … Continue reading

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Red Heels

“Oh, I’m standin’ in stink again…” I know Dale, and I’m sorry you are so miserable, but how do you think I feel? Since last chapter, the toddlers have driven me insane.  Over and over again too, I’m really starting … Continue reading

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I Already Hate Them

Last time Virginia had triplets, and they grew up into a bunch of toddlers no thanks to the cakes.  So now in the Secksie house, there are four toddlers running around and trust me before I start, I was NOT … Continue reading

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Birthday Baby: Part Two

Last chapter, things happened, then they didn’t happen because of the crashes.  I basically played the same six days about four times (you would think I would save more frequently but hell) Since the last crash, Dodge has taken over … Continue reading

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Birthday Baby: Part One

Ugh, Generations.  Why must you taunt me so? I haven’t even gotten Late Night yet ;_; Moving on, last time we found out that Virginia is pregnant again.  In a twist of ironic fate, all the children in the town … Continue reading

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The Grim Reaper is a Prick

Soon after the death of Pilot’s only child before Jamie became old and useless and deleted, another little baby was born into Twinbrook, and I couldn’t have been more pleased. Then two days later, THIS shit happens: Those people don’t … Continue reading

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