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Hi :-)
15-08-2014, 05:42 PM
Post: #1
Hi :-)

My name is Cecilie im 27 years old and have been playing Sims since the Sims 1. but Sims 2 is my favorite and the one I've played the most.

I love the sims game and I also have Sims 3 but haven't found the same joy (yet) as with sims 2.

I don't think im gonna buy sims 4, but are here to learn more about the game and hopefully have a good time! Smile
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16-08-2014, 10:36 AM (This post was last modified: 16-08-2014 10:37 AM by Minty.)
Post: #2
RE: Hi :-)
Hello Cecilie & welcome to Sims Forums.

Please accept your complimentary glass of nectar Haveadrink plumbob The_Sims_Plumbob_Pixle_by_Neon_Zombie & pan Fryingpan.

There's tea in the kitchen, I ate the last of the hob-nobs but Caspin's making everyone polenta on toast.

If you do houses or anything else of a Simmy nature, feel free to post piccys of what you are up to over at the Sims 3 section (make the width of the pictures no greater than 500px for a good fit with your text) or the Sims 2 section if it is Sims 2 stuff, or the Once Upon A Simming Time section if it's a story, legacy or challenge.

But you already knew that, didn't you? Tongue

Feel free to hit general discussion with ramblings of just about everything else. And we mean everything else. Kitchen sinks included. On second thoughts it's Boolprop that does the kitchen sinks!

Also feel free to try your luck in the Arcade section - some of those High Scores are long overdue being overtaken. Looooooooooooooong overdue.

There's a lot of information now out about TS4, most of it appears to be negative, but Ollie here will be getting it.

Egyptiandance Wacko Fryingpan

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16-08-2014, 03:29 PM
Post: #3
RE: Hi :-)
Hi Cecilie and welcome!

Don't worry, we are not really going to have polenta on toast. Minty's just having a mad moment. For tea we are having sardines on toast instead. The polenta's going into a big cake! Yes

I liked TS2. It was a lot more stable and I did find it amusing with all the little cut scenes and so on. I'm addicted to TS3 now though. I've got used to being able to just leave the house and roam around the neighbourhood. No intention of buying TS4, although I'm looking forward to hearing Ollie's impressions of the game.

Here, have some juggling to go with your nectar, plumbob and pan:

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