Category Archives: Generation 8

The Hobby of Grounding Kids

It’s almost that time of the year again!  It’s getting warmer (it’s always been kind of warm…) flowers are blooming, the birds are crapping on my car again, people are scared of the trees sperming all over the place, yep, … Continue reading

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Old Faces

  “Wait, why are you back here?!  At City Hall?!” I’m resetting the whole town again, Dan.  Third freaking time, so go home and take care of your pet children. “But don’t you worry about what resetting the whole town … Continue reading

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Love Failures

“Hey all you sexy mamasitas and suger daddies out there in the world tonight!  Valentines day up in hizzah, yall!” “Enjoying my favorite holiday?!  I know I am!  ‘Bout to go to the singles bar and start a love fest up in … Continue reading

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The Secksie’s Superbowl Special II

For the record, I almost didn’t do a Superbowl special this year,  seeing as we just got over a long series of crashes.  But it was considered and at the last second, I asked my magic 8 ball if I … Continue reading

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If You Could Redo Your Past Over and Over

Before we begin, I would just like to say a few words about my game.  You see, ever since I started my rainbowcy, I haven’t had a single crash on that town since it started.  Ok, maybe one or two … Continue reading

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Do the Robot

Bun Onion: “Shanon!  Because of your hanky panky with my son Grady, your cousin, we are sacrificing you to our hedonistic god of crime and anti-incest things!” Shanon: “WHAT” Grady: “Sorry babe!” Shanon: “Daddy!  Help me daddy!  Mama’s hick sister … Continue reading

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Christmas Cheers and Tears

Hi guys! Did you know: If I had my very own copy of Skyrim, you would probably never see me again?  Lucky for you, my brother took his copy back.  Along with his Xbox.  And his HD widescreen.  Unlucky for … Continue reading

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