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June 12, 2005 11:56:18 PM

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Hello all,

I have Sims 2 installed and my machine is not the best as far as graphics
and memory. So as you can imagine, I have a slow and unclear game going. I
would love to blame this question on these issues but I cant. My sim has a
friend, best friend and crush icon with another Sim. The sim came to my
house and I made a salad for lunch. She proceeded to eat this making it fly
everywhere and then burped in my Sims face. I then got told she "smelled
bad." Is this sim rude or did I wait too long to make lunch? Just curious.

Beck.

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Anonymous
June 12, 2005 11:56:19 PM

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On Sun, 12 Jun 2005 19:56:18 +1000, Beck <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> I have Sims 2 installed and my machine is not the best as far as graphics
> and memory. So as you can imagine, I have a slow and unclear game going.
> I
> would love to blame this question on these issues but I cant. My sim has
> a
> friend, best friend and crush icon with another Sim. The sim came to my
> house and I made a salad for lunch. She proceeded to eat this making it
> fly
> everywhere and then burped in my Sims face. I then got told she "smelled
> bad." Is this sim rude or did I wait too long to make lunch? Just
> curious.

This is a sure sign that the friend has a very low "neatness" rating.
Neat sims vill eat more slowly and will try to avoid burping and farting
by the table. They will also keep themselves clean. Sloppy sims don't
care. They think it is funny. There is nothing to do about it once a Sim
is grown up, but you can raise children to be more neat.

--
"When someone starts bragging about how much debt they have, it's not a
good sign." -G
Anonymous
June 12, 2005 11:56:20 PM

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Speaking of encouraging children to neatness - does it change their
starsign? I want to encourage some of my young Pleasantville ancestors, but
don't want to change their starsigns (some of them I had to SimPe to get the
right starsign in the first place).

--
Morituri Nolumus Mori - Rincewind, The Last Hero, Terry Pratchett

MM



"Magnus Itland" <itlandm@online.no> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 12 Jun 2005 19:56:18 +1000, Beck <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote:
>
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I have Sims 2 installed and my machine is not the best as far as
graphics
> > and memory. So as you can imagine, I have a slow and unclear game going.
> > I
> > would love to blame this question on these issues but I cant. My sim has
> > a
> > friend, best friend and crush icon with another Sim. The sim came to my
> > house and I made a salad for lunch. She proceeded to eat this making it
> > fly
> > everywhere and then burped in my Sims face. I then got told she "smelled
> > bad." Is this sim rude or did I wait too long to make lunch? Just
> > curious.
>
> This is a sure sign that the friend has a very low "neatness" rating.
> Neat sims vill eat more slowly and will try to avoid burping and farting
> by the table. They will also keep themselves clean. Sloppy sims don't
> care. They think it is funny. There is nothing to do about it once a Sim
> is grown up, but you can raise children to be more neat.
>
> --
> "When someone starts bragging about how much debt they have, it's not a
> good sign." -G
June 13, 2005 5:21:45 PM

Archived from groups: alt.games.the-sims-2 (More info?)

Oh great, so I spent time making friends with a slob, lol.
If my sim were to have this friend move in, could I have the friend study
cleaning or something like that to make her not as rude? Also, will a sim be
this rude when I first meet them? Why I ask is that I would rather not have
those Sims as best friends and lose relationship points for this behaviour,
but I don't know how else to tell if they are that bad until I have them
over for a meal.
Thanks!
Beck.

"Magnus Itland" <itlandm@online.no> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 12 Jun 2005 19:56:18 +1000, Beck <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I have Sims 2 installed and my machine is not the best as far as graphics
>> and memory. So as you can imagine, I have a slow and unclear game going.
>> I
>> would love to blame this question on these issues but I cant. My sim has
>> a
>> friend, best friend and crush icon with another Sim. The sim came to my
>> house and I made a salad for lunch. She proceeded to eat this making it
>> fly
>> everywhere and then burped in my Sims face. I then got told she "smelled
>> bad." Is this sim rude or did I wait too long to make lunch? Just
>> curious.
>
> This is a sure sign that the friend has a very low "neatness" rating.
> Neat sims vill eat more slowly and will try to avoid burping and farting
> by the table. They will also keep themselves clean. Sloppy sims don't
> care. They think it is funny. There is nothing to do about it once a Sim
> is grown up, but you can raise children to be more neat.
>
> --
> "When someone starts bragging about how much debt they have, it's not a
> good sign." -G
June 13, 2005 5:26:27 PM

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Oh sorry, ignore that. I just re-read what you posted. That a Sim can be
taught neatness when they are young but not as an adult.
Sorry!
Beck.
"Beck" <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
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> Oh great, so I spent time making friends with a slob, lol.
> If my sim were to have this friend move in, could I have the friend study
> cleaning or something like that to make her not as rude? Also, will a sim
> be this rude when I first meet them? Why I ask is that I would rather not
> have those Sims as best friends and lose relationship points for this
> behaviour, but I don't know how else to tell if they are that bad until I
> have them over for a meal.
> Thanks!
> Beck.
>
> "Magnus Itland" <itlandm@online.no> wrote in message
> news:o psr85uwlnb52ai9@news.online.no...
>> On Sun, 12 Jun 2005 19:56:18 +1000, Beck <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> I have Sims 2 installed and my machine is not the best as far as
>>> graphics
>>> and memory. So as you can imagine, I have a slow and unclear game going.
>>> I
>>> would love to blame this question on these issues but I cant. My sim has
>>> a
>>> friend, best friend and crush icon with another Sim. The sim came to my
>>> house and I made a salad for lunch. She proceeded to eat this making it
>>> fly
>>> everywhere and then burped in my Sims face. I then got told she "smelled
>>> bad." Is this sim rude or did I wait too long to make lunch? Just
>>> curious.
>>
>> This is a sure sign that the friend has a very low "neatness" rating.
>> Neat sims vill eat more slowly and will try to avoid burping and farting
>> by the table. They will also keep themselves clean. Sloppy sims don't
>> care. They think it is funny. There is nothing to do about it once a Sim
>> is grown up, but you can raise children to be more neat.
>>
>> --
>> "When someone starts bragging about how much debt they have, it's not a
>> good sign." -G
>
>
!