Haha, yeah that's totally a good theme song for my game
I kept chuckling as I was writing it.xd
I'm like "This is so something I would do."
Lots of infidelity in Isla Paradiso!
The only other person there was a Jason wannabe, who Camilla eyed warily, promising to dropkick him should he decide to pull a chainsaw out of his pants.
The truth is, he also had an ulterior motive for asking her and was happy when she agreed without any hesitation.
But a cloud passed over his countenance as he looked away for a brief moment.
emorrill , I'm not actually sure Elliot is a very good husband! Sometimes in the morning he says something like "I'm going to the beach to find inspiration, you can take of the farm, my dear!" and then he goes to the beach and just stands there all day!
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Hey, hopefully I'll start getting enough mental strength to start putting pictures up again. But the short of it is.
Torrey (My sim's nephew) has grown into a teenager and has joined the Reserve Officers Training Corps, my sim's child Lawrence has grown into a toddler, and my sim's father Alex is still a bit blue since his wife of 50+ years has died, other than that nothing special besides an oddly rainy summer (3/4 of the summer has been rain).
They spent several hours just drinking in the ambiance of Pinochle Pond and just enjoying each other’s company; most of it being spent in each other’s arms; nuzzling and just being as close to each other as long as possible however hunger and the desire to abate that feeling in the pit of one’s stomach, sent them back down to Central Park to get some eats. The were lucky that the Summer Festival was on. They strolled hand in hand down to Central Park and turned into the park just as the clock turned three PM. The smoky smell of the grill cooking up typical fair edibles was enticing and River’ mouth began to water as they walked towards the kiosks. The odour of the cooking burgers was absolutely delectable. River and Haruo both got Chili Cheese Fries as well as a Coca Cola each. They sat down to enjoy their meal.
“HEY!” River looked up to see Bebe and Holly approaching them.
“What’s up; girls?” River asked casually holding her left hand up to wave. Bebe’s eyes went wide as she stared at River’s left hand fourth finger where River’s new engagement ring was.
“Congrats, you two.” Holly said after a round of gawking at the ring by both girls amidst the explanations of a proud River who smiled and graciously showed them the glittering diamonds that outlined the band of the ring as well as the larger half carat diamond in the center of the ring. The ring looked expensive and it was a delight to River because of the awe-struck looks that she was getting from her two friends.
“It’s gorgeous.” exclaimed Bebe whose eyes looked like saucers while examining the engagement ring on River’s left hand. “Haruo, you picked a nice one.” She stated as she looked over at River with a wink and a thumbs up, “I’m so happy for you.”
River looked absolutely ecstatic with regards to the diamond sitting on her fourth finger of her left hand with a blissful look on her face.
Haruo grinned at Bebe shrugging his shoulders, “I wish I could have afforded a full carat diamond...” though judging from River’s reaction it really didn’t matter what size the ring was - it was the intent of the whole gesture of proposal; far more important than the size of the ring’s diamond as it signified the commitment of the person making the proposal.
Though of course it could be said that the seriousness of the proposal itself could be predicated on how willing the potential groom was to anteing up three months salary on an engagement ring. Groom gets the love of his life; bride gets a nice shiny new ring to make her bachelorette friends seethingly jealous.