Hello! I'm eighteen years old (june 12 so i'm almost 19), and I play sims almost every single day. People say i'm kind. They're probably right. I try really really hard to love all of my friends, sometimes i feel like i fail, but that's just because i find the people who need me the most and try too hard sometimes. Right now I am playing the Knights family - just starting generation3 led by Trevor Knights, and his wife Tammy (my current avi). I keep my photo albums for the Knights and other families here:
My favorite computer game other than sims3 is Portal2&Portal (epic sci-fi story/game). I post announcements (short stories) I also keep copies of them in my blog, right below my "about me" that you're reading.
Announcements are to share my creativity with you so that sims will never be dull, and always rise to the wonder of the everyday experience, even though you've had hundreds of sims - today your sim is the only sim and the first and anything can happen even if you know the game inside out, because this time your sim got abducted by aliens, or bit by a vampire, or caught on fire after trying to upgrade the fireplace while it was turned on and then your sim's entire house went up in smoke. It's all a new adventure. You don't have to hear the same conversations everyday, LarryMcBerry says to you, "Now and then when you talk to cabbage, it occurs to you that they have a limited ability to perceive geological formations and constantly leap to the conclusion that they share a lot in common with toasters," and he makes a good point, but what I was trying to say was, you need lively yet worrisome and rather nonsense to continue uninterrupted by reality. So I bring to you announcements, yes they are weird, but they are good for you - like eating your vegetables, or rather like having a chocolate bar, or maybe just like reading a weird story. If u feel like announcements are random and incoherent, thats cause tehy are.