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Anyone interested in downloading sims (with limited CC, just a few sets of sliders, skin, eyes, and eyebrow CC mostly), modern homes, or OL lots (a few fantasy lots too) can check out my stuff at MTS. http://modthesims.info/member.php?u=4202955 It's shameless self promotion when I do it on my page, right? This is for sims 3 too, btw (I've only uploaded like 3 things for sims 4).

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  • @starguru You could've taken my word for it you know (just saying and not in not in a negative tone xD). See this pictured, it shows the percentage of people with each type, and it shows INFJ's as being 1-3% of the population, which is the lowest of all types:…
  • @starguru Exactly the same as you! I'm INFJ with a slight preference for feelings. In some ways I prefer feelings over thinking, but I highly value both. Feelings are important for me as they're true and human, but feelings can be overwhelming sometimes, so it's also good to be logical and calculating. I have also been…
  • Been a while since this thread was posted in, but lately the F in my nature has been showing through (from the Myer's Briggs type. F for feeling). So here is what I came up with, I long for the feeling of the continuous beat of my heart, Feeling it pump within myself. I love the sound Of the clock ticking, Continuously,…
  • I am willing to bet that the idea of Barbie as a kid DOESN'T affect all children. Or rather, all children as they grow up into teens and adults. I think that for most children, the Barbie does barely anything to their psychie. Perhaps if a child isn't so privileged, is shy and has neglectful parents for whatever the…
  • Um... Just so you all know, it's possible to have a wireless mouse without batteries. Mine was chargeable, but I don't know where it is, so I've been using my sister's (she doesn't use hers). Just saying since none of you seem to know this.
  • Well, you can have a foundation basement without it being a walk out basement. You just level the terrain everywhere underground except right by the edge of the foundation. It's worth it if your house is somewhat big. If the house is on the smaller side, a foundation basement may not do much.
  • Hey all, just thought you may be interested to see my WIP more finished. I haven't really started yet on the inside, but the outside is basically done. I've made foundation walk out basements before, and also with the ITF concrete slabs, but when I made it then, I put the pool down by the foundation area, and not back on…
  • Life in color by one republic.
  • @Karritz Thanks, glad you like it. I like yours as well! It's quite unique. Why do you usually avoid foundations? I understand the friezes, but why the foundation?
  • I am very picky with movies... I think that my type of movie is for a very niche audience. My all time favorite movie is -Mr. Nobody. It requires you to be in a certain frame of mind, and to enjoy thinking about possibilities and 'what if'. My parents hated it when I watched it with them (it was me who reccomended they see…
  • Good luck! I got my second lobe piercing done in March, and so glad I did. I love having two piercings. I have small ears, so I couldn't really get a third lobe piercing. I like the idea of getting my helix pierced, but I'm not sure if I should because I have a short, bob hairstyle, so don't put my hair up, so people can't…
  • Just giving you all an idea... You can make a weird house on rough terrain without the use of stairs... Just thought I'd show you all my 'modern mountain home'. The first floor is the foundation, made the same height as the rest of the terrain in most places. The second floor is normal, then to get to the third floor I…
  • @Karritz Ah I see, I knew they could go higher than a single level, but didn't think it could get that high. It would be nice if to place the stairs, you had the option to press an area for the intended bottom of the stairs, and the intended top, since it can be hard to get stairs to work exactly as you'd like. Especially…
  • @starguru What a powerful last poem! Wow, that is so sad. It sounds like someone in late stages of Dementia. It's such a shame that that's a thing, it would almost be better for people to die before they're so far gone, but of course that's a touchy subject for people.
  • A few that weren't mentioned that I really liked were The Fairly Odd parents (though maybe that's 2000s, IDK), and cyb er chase. Ah, 2000s too? I was 7 when it was 2000, so um, in the 90s I watched Barney until I was five... Telletubbies for when I was like two... XD.
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  • I haven't really played in a while now, but my go-to sim is a womanizer that sleeps with lots of female sims. He is suave, and a plum. Just the opposite from the type of person I like to associate with in real life.
  • I build moderns as well. It's basically the only style I build. I made this modern mansion a few weeks ago I really like.
  • @starguru Another great poem! I definitely think that people try so hard to clutch onto past memories... I don't like losing parts of my past. I wish that I could just access whatever memory I wanted whenever, and for them to be high quality, but our minds are faulty. With the technological singularity this could be a…
  • Crazy=Genius by Panic! At the disco
  • I'm reading Immortals, the second book in the Runes series.
  • I have the app version, and I enjoy it. I haven't played it in a while. But I either play it a lot or not at all. The last updates have made it very close to the desktop version, and it was only like six bucks. Definitely a good buy!
  • I love science fiction, but not so many sci fi movies cause I'm not so into the violence aspect. One of my book series I've read has a spunky robot named Ioki (not sure if that's how it's spelled). Throughout the book, she started as a lowly robot, then the voice in a spaceship, and then she got an android body with purple…
  • @jbreland1230 You call it mint, I call it seafoam green.
  • Turquoise is my favorite color, followed by -tangerine and lime green :D. I find them to be colors I don't see often, so I quite enjoy them. My room right now is turquoise, I have a turquoise jacket, umbrella, and backpack.
  • @starguru Ah, okay. I don't generally like hard sci fi, which is what you're describing. Despite being a young adult, I generally like teen sci fi. There is a newer genre called new adult, with young, but not teenage main characters, but this genre isn't all that common, at least within the sci fi genre. I've found that…
  • Here's another I just wrote. Reality is an objective truth, A state of the world and everything, Something that we can't grasp. Humans and animals have their own View of what is real and true. Reality is inherently emotionless, It doesn't care what we feel. Humans put their own emotions on it. Hate and love, and mostly the…
  • @starguru It's fine that you don't like sci fi, most people don't seem to be into it. Especially women for some reason (perhaps part of it is just the gender construct that guys like science and girls like art and English). We can't all like and appreciate the same things. Well we've come to the same place since in…
  • @starguru I hadn't fully read your last post, and I enjoy that poem as well! We, people in general, don't often enough appreciate the everyday things that are right in front of us. Mundane things, everyday miracles. I often take time to appreciate technology. Being into sci fi which I'm sure is obvious, I think it's…
  • My memories are not truly real, They happened, but not as I believe. I see them through a haze, A glistening of idealization. What I'd like to think of the past Is not quite how it happened. And as the present fades into the past, I will long for a new presentt, Forever longing for the past, Hoping for the future. I need…
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