Getting OCD With Sims 3
If there was ever a game which indulged people’s Obsessive Compulsive tendencies, it’s Sims 3 and all its micromanaging capabilities.
Carlymichelle and HSmith2016 were far from alone:
It wouldn’t be an EA forum thread without one of the World Explorers turning up (roll your tongue back in, CravenLestat – Pary’s Simmie’s just not that into you!), or one of the other regulars like SimKeats, who like a true poet wants her Simmies to be productive.
(What do you lot mean ‘get them producing nectar then!’?)
And pity poor ChelleJo, who discovered that trying to prevent going OCD was a definite Taffer moment…
you know, fight the addiction ending up false?
Lasummerb’s excuses for OCD don’t wash whereas Simasaurus09 works on the premise of do-as-I-do, not-as-I-tick-the-boxes!
Whereas TadOlson is OCD about TadOlson’s Sims 3 game because…
… well, you’ve already filled in that gag yourselves!
Suzsez so OCD, it’s a miracle her Simmies aren’t on Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors:
For Rflong7/13 however, it’s more a problem of needing to cut up – rather than cut down – her Simming OCD:
But there’s always some that don’t know where to quit:
And we don’t mean in the game – Girkl and Surreal… really guys?
Okay Girkl, now you’ve finished boring the shit out of everyone with your wall of text on your special snowflakiness, can we get back to the fun topic?
Thankfully Nickibitsward was around to save the OCD day, much to StephSteb’s amusement.
Only for King_of_Simcity7 to completely mess it up: