Category Archives: Generation 1

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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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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