DeKay wrote: »
Already answered it. I'm still mad about it. I'mma boycott Burger King for like, uhm, 3 months. That'll teach 'em. XD
First band/artist you ever remember obsessing over?
Michyboo wrote: »
Hello all could you please help.... I’ve got a new house through the sim festival... but it won’t let me place it because of a plate of cookies... and it won’t allow me to put the cookies into storage... so other than buying a new lot how can I replace my original house with the new one please... I’m truly baffled?!?
Kelvin wrote: »
What is your favourite childhood cartoon? (Mine would be The Powerpuff Girls and Totally Spies, btw)
Coffeecrumblecake wrote: »
Beef! By far. Tacos, spaghetti, meatloaf, burgers, stew, etc. all have beef and I eat those pretty often. I do like lamb, too, though. Honestly meat itself~ I’m absolutely in love with it, to an unhealthy level where a vegan meal just won’t cut it for me 😅
(Omg true!! I didn’t realize that backstory part until you pointed it out. And idk it also felt out of place that his aunt wasn’t a homey grandmother-type anymore, like they were trying to just appeal to younger audiences)
Do you ever purposefully mispronounce a word/phrase? If so, what and why?
Mouselline wrote: »
Aright instead of alright, crown instead of crayon, probly instead of probably. Idk if I did these on purpose but or I just naturally started pronouncing them this way but I do.
Nushnushganay wrote: »
I don't know that this is a personality trait per se, but my daughter (who is graduating in a few days so is an expert lol) is convinced I have ADHD with hyperfocus or maybe undetected autism, and I just don't think so, even though I know there are some oddities about me and always have been. Heck maybe I am autistic, I certainly had some of the markers as a kid (brief period of occasional hand-flapping when very young, oversensitivity to light, sound, and clothing textures) but was if anything, oversensitive socially, not undersensitive. So that would seem to negate possible autism, right? Anyway...
I'd get tested except for two things: I doubt I could get a referral for it in the first place, and if I could, why add to my already-burdensome medical expenses needlessly, when if I did get diagnosed with something, what then? What is to be gained by it if there's no action to be taken based on the outcome of such testing?
Interesting question, so I'll pass it along. Same question.
Coffeecrumblecake wrote: »
I've been called cheap, but I think it's hard for some to see through the eyes of someone who isn't too affected by marketing techniques. Would you call a monk cheap? Nope, because the reason they don't buy out the whole mall isn't because they don't want to spend money but because they simply aren't tied to material goods in the same way. I get attached to things I've had for a long time and don't see a need to get a new version
And actually hmm I can relate! Not with the ADHD but with the autism and with OCD. The thing is, I actually would like to know if I had these, but I doubt that I do. I may not have liked to share the playground as a kid or found mainstream things funny/cute, but I did cry easily in movies, laughed at jokes by the people I valued, and detected emotions on others very well. With the OCD, it's true that I'm a perfectionist with my work, but I couldn't care less when my surroundings aren't organized 🤷♀️
Last moment you just really really wanted to rewind back a few minutes for it to go differently?