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Hi, Happy Birthday in 2 months.
> without asking super personal info per the forum rules, I'm just curious how many old *toots* like me are still playing the sims? I'm in my 40's...how about you?
Also in my 40's and crazy enough I have been playinig sims now for half my life. Wow that is a crazy realization.
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I barely remember the 1970's cause I was just a little girl. However, I so remember the 1980s.
BTW, I turned 52 in March and have played Sims 1 through 4 since they were released. I Started poking around Sims 3 again recently after a 5 year hiatus (what a nightmare, off topic)
There's nothing wrong with playing both.
As president, 1944 - 1953. Took over upon the death for FDR in 1944, won the 1948 election, turned the reins over to Eisenhower (who won the 1952 election) in 1953.
I also still wear tight jeans and rock on stage with the kids playing guitar and singing live.
Only as old as you feel they say.
Definitely not too old to be playing the Sims (or even being on the forum, I've found its very inclusive). That's amazing and just goes to show that this game has no real age limit where it becomes "too young" for someone to play.
I'm 67 and my mind says I'm young but my body says dream on. LOL.
Haha, sometimes even younger bodies can feel the same (early 30's and sometimes with my aches and pains I struggle getting up out of bed lol). Its having the right mindset that matters and is what carries you through.