IreneSwift and LovelyLisac took matters however from a Simming perspective – if you are trying to do legacy challenges, getting a gay Simmie can make matters problematic if it’s the only child of a family and there’s no one else in the line that can take over.
It’s at times like this we see that Sims 3 really needs something from the real world to be imported in to put matters right.
But as LucyBorgia says, the game is quite good (up to a point) learning how you want to play it.
Jgat found it all too much to cope with:
Only if someone’s made a Simmie version of Peter Tatchell plumbob forbid!
As IreneSwift pointed, it is the matter of being able to have that choice that gives the game its strength (albeit as a population control device) – it’s up to the user how gay or not they want their towns to be.
Whilst a bit of forward planning as illustrated by Bklienhart (welcome back old timer!) can save awkward prom problems later:
As for Colton147:
Let’s face it, there’s more chance of Stevie Wonder hitting a hole in one than there is of there being a self-hating er we mean gay hating Brony, isn’t there?
Well you can take them to the skateboard rink and see if they can do a few tricks…
… they’re cows! What else are they going to do?
Rather appropriate that it should be Wickichick that should tell her of the delights of setting up your own Simmie farm with all the bits and pieces that have been released such as the chicken coup and tractor.
By the look of it, CK213′s chicken’s look set to come home to roost shortly, all this agri talk putting him in the mood for a brood of cluckers.
Go on, admit it, he’s got you in the mood to do so to!
Hi everyone, it’s me Lauryl once again, helping you with all your problems!
And making them ten times worse in the process!
Shaddup Mares, you big bunch of paper cuts! Anyhow, Cloverstardropper’s got a real life problem on her Dumblr, Switch’s Silliness, with someone asking her for help she’s not sure she should answer…
A tricky conundrum indeed!
What you have to take into account here is that this is a university student – someone who would mudwrestle their own mothers for a buck (and will mudwrestle their siblings for ten bucks and their whole family for a bottle of vodka).
And will handjob their lecturers for a A+ in their mid term essay…
I so did not need to hear that!
Call it the educational part of this post, just like university!
Ahem, so as I was saying, what you need to do is start the business negotiations as to what you will get in return. Start with finding out if they have anything in Animal Crossing – New Leaf that you want, and take it from there.
Then step up to what level of bowing to your crabbiness they are willing to undergo in return for you bothering with that advert: doing your homework, coming round to clean your room, what non-vital organs they have left to sell, etc.