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Dear little sims..... #2

I found this topic kinda fun, and instead of digging up the old one, I'll make a new one.

Dear little sims, please make sure that you're actually home when you invite my sim over, especially when you live alone.


  • LaBlue0314LaBlue0314 Posts: 16,993 Member
    Dear Little Sims,

    When you invite me out for dinner please order more than just a glass of water. I have the mod that forces the sim who does the inviting to pay for dinner. and they also choose the meal.
  • nerdfashionnerdfashion Posts: 5,684 Member
    Dear Little sims,

    Stop it with the welcome wagon!
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  • SharoniaSharonia Posts: 2,393 Member
    Dear Little sims,

    Please stop walking through furniture. It makes my eyes want to bleed. :D
  • StutumStutum Posts: 1,021 Member
    @nerdfashion The private dwelling trait will put an end to that. ;)
  • EnkiSchmidtEnkiSchmidt Posts: 3,212 Member
    Dear little sims,

    driving your bicycle next to the indoor pool is dangerous. Your helmets won't do you much good in there.

    On a related note, your local police has bike theft under control. There is no need to drive them to your table in the restaurant.
    (Actually they were walking IN, but driving OUT, so they must have stored the bikes under the table while dining.)
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  • OriginalNameOriginalName Posts: 289 Member
    Dear little sims,

    Please use the bathroom BEFORE it becomes an emergency.
  • invisiblgirlinvisiblgirl Posts: 1,451 Member
    asimbsim wrote: »
    Dear little sims,

    I know that I always get frustrated when I give you an action and you cancel it and do whatever you like anyway, but there are times when maybe you could be a little less eager to please me... I know you're eating lunch right now, and I know I've just clicked on pick up dog poop - but I was really hoping you'd wait until AFTER you'd finish eating, rather than combining the action and immediately taking your plate with you... :#

    There are some things that just shouldn't be multitasked...
    I just want things to match. :'(
  • OldeseadoggeOldeseadogge Posts: 2,870 Member
    That when I have you do something to fill a low need you would do that untill need is taken care of, not wander off to do something else that doesn't need tending to

    Kindly eat your meals in that nice comfy and spacious dining room I provided, not stand around somewhere holding plate/bowl in one hand & eating with the other

    Clean up your now dirty dishes in sink or dishwasher in kitchen, not wander all over the house to some other sink you can't even see

    Take notes from your TS2 cousins and tend to urgent need types on your own before they become critical, especially several at the same time
  • OriginalNameOriginalName Posts: 289 Member
    Clean up your now dirty dishes in sink or dishwasher in kitchen, not wander all over the house to some other sink you can't even see

    ^^ That, so much that lol

    It just seems like it wouldn't be hard to implement priorities when choosing where to wash dirty dishes. Closest dishwasher should take priority, then closest sink to closest fridge.
  • PeralPeral Posts: 181 Member
    Dear little Sims, stop asking me to click on the toilet when you have to go, you know where it is, just use it!

  • StutumStutum Posts: 1,021 Member
    Dear little sims, who live in the city, someone else are getting paid to shovel that snow. It's not your problem. Come back here and finish writing your book, or your royalties will drop.
  • SimmervilleSimmerville Posts: 8,354 Member
    Dear little sim,

    Especially you *shy* female little sim. Please try to control yourself. It may be a bit over the top to flirt with everyone, including all women in the room, just because you watched Downton Abbey on TV.
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  • BloosmooBloosmoo Posts: 690 Member
    Dear Little Sims

    I know there was a fire and I know there's a lovely pile of ash that I've asked you only three times to pick up (You're on the naughty step btw) , but when you're a parent try showing a bit of restraint and stop running to play in it every five minutes just because you saw the mail man do it. If he jumped off a cliff would you? What kind of example are you setting your children?

    Children of said parent. Make them clean their own mess up! You don't need to do it. He's meant to be the neat sim for crying out loud!
  • ChuChuExpressChuChuExpress Posts: 1,767 Member
    Dear little sims, more specifically, those I'm not controlling,

    Stop with the sudden anger. One minute you're fine. The next minute, you're stomping around. Just be glad I have Death toggled to off, and the emotional deaths turned off, or you would be dropping like flies that have hit a bug zapper.

    Also, when Shine is concentrating on the barriers in Selvadorada, don't walk up to her and start talking. Also, PERSONAL SPACE!
    Sims 4 Family: Benjamin, Wendy, Chloe, Shine, Tiffany, Roddy, Sophia and Hamish Furystrykar.
    Let those smiles spread!
  • nerdfashionnerdfashion Posts: 5,684 Member
    Dear Little Sims,
    Everyone goes through phases, now be quiet.
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  • elanorbretonelanorbreton Posts: 11,980 Member
    Dear little sims,

    Stop butting into the romantic conversation with my new boyfriend. We don't want you being a gooseberry.
  • bshag4lvbshag4lv Posts: 8,288 Member
    Dear Little Sims,

    Please stop calling to ask me to go to the circus.
    I've seen your clothes, you are the circus.

    Omg, thanks for the belly laugh! :D
    "Nothing stinks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you are wrong." :p
  • AnisimAnisim Posts: 141 Member
    Dear little sims,

    You JUST finished mopping up your mess on the floor, why in Willow Creek are you making another one IMMEDIATELY after?
  • StutumStutum Posts: 1,021 Member
    Anisim wrote: »
    Dear little sims,

    You JUST finished mopping up your mess on the floor, why in Willow Creek are you making another one IMMEDIATELY after?

    Or when they start mopping the floor BEFORE fixing the leaking sink. =P
  • Karababy52Karababy52 Posts: 3,330 Member
    Dear Little Sim,

    Yes, I realize you're experiencing extreme happiness about that great meal, the pretty pictures on the wall, the fact you just had your first kiss, your first girlfriend, your first BFF, got engaged, then married and woo hoo'ed for the first time.

    Yes, I know you're now feeling very playful after telling that joke and having it amplified by the aforementioned happiness, but please, PLEASE stop getting hysterical over it all. I've sent you to calm yourself down in a mirror three times now and I'm scared one of these times you're not going to make it and then d... I can't even say it.

    Your wife needs you, I need you, and by the way, she hasn't told you yet, but you're going to be a Dad too, so... WAIT! Oh No, oh darn...

    I shouldn't have said that... *sigh*
  • AnnLee87AnnLee87 Posts: 2,329 Member
    Dear Little Sim,

    Stop drinking water. You won't wet yourself.

    Funny Thought:
    I question the ability for a Sim to replenish needs when the Sim is selected.

    Problem: The selected Sim should never get water because I have autonomy turned off for the selected Sim. So no needs are fulfilled by selected Sim. Is that what it means? Is it the reason they don't use the toilet until it's too late. Is this the cause ... when I play just one Sim and the Sim just stands there unless I tell him to do something. Is this the idle Sim bug players complain about? I am confused. Do we need a way to idle the game so no Sims are selected. Is there already a way to do this?
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