Christian had been going a bit stir crazy staying at home constantly. I don’t blame him really. He’s ignored to the point of neglect. Such is the life of the elderly in the Babii home.
Eddie: Is that why Dad is still so young? He’s barely older than I am.
Um… ya… something like that…
Eddie: You do realize the house will remain full if you don’t let the previous heir die, don’t you?
Oh you’ll grow old and die. Have no fear of that…
Eddie: Wait Dad can live forever but I can’t?
Yes. Now back on subject. Christian was going stir crazy at home. Even at the ripe old age of 99, he went out and signed autographs for his adoring fans and brought home a nice sum of §2,800 and a lovely moodlet.
Shame… moving on…
I’d ask whose house you’re at but I think I recognize the chick reading inside.
Eddie: Yes, the ‘chick’ as you referred to her would be my fiancé.
Hmm… a bit defensive for someone who is cheating on said fiancé…
Eddie: She is what she is. And that affair was not my idea. That was forced on me.
True, but I seriously doubt either Gladys or Sariana will give a rats patootie who’s idea it is, they will only know it is you that is doing the cheating.
Eddie: Wait, wait… who is Sariana?
*blinks* The woman having your child!
Eddie: What? I have a second mistress? When did that happen?
*rubs temples* I’m so confused.
Eddie: Starsha… her name is Starsha.
*blinks… blinks again… checks…* Oops… Sariana is the Sim-Goddess’ name, her sim-me is named Starsha. My bad…
Eddie: Now that ‘that’ is settled, can we get back to why I’m visiting Gladys? This talk about affairs is making me feel uncomfortable.
*shrugs* After greeting your fiancé and reminding her how wonderful you are…
Eddie: I got to meet my daughter, Cora. She’s perfect. She’s beautiful and she is truly a Babii. If not by name, at least she is in her traits. Roo, I have an heiress!
First one since generation 1. Yet I’m not sold on Cora being heiress. Right now she is technically a ‘Do’ thanks to your grandfather refusing to die. Perhaps we should move them in and have another. Let that one be the heir/heiress.
Eddie: She’s perfect, Roo. She will make a great heiress, you’ll see!
Speaking of new daughters, your daughter has a new aunt. Lisa had a girl. Her name is Marjorie.
Eddie: *chuckles* Don’t you think its odd how our family is? I mean look at the family tree. I’m older than my aunt and uncle. My daughter is the same age as her aunt. If I didn’t know any better, I’d say we’re from the back hills or something.
That aside, I worry about Franklin and his decision making ability. This is the second time he’s attacked an elderly and this time it was a woman.
Eddie: Did he at least win this time around?
Yes but come on… she’s an old woman!
Eddie: The last one was an old man… ya win some you lose some.
*scoffs* Beating up old women hardly seems like a victory to me.
Eddie: Then you should have stopped him from attacking him.
I’m not supposed to interfere with him any more. He is no longer the heir. Yet leaving him to his own devices has me a tad concerned.
Oh look. One of the many reasons I do not like ghosts in TS3. Did they forget they’re dead? They don’t ‘need’ to eat! It isn’t as if she died of starvation. She shouldn’t be hungry.
Eddie: True, but at least she makes really good fruit parfait.
*headdesk* you are not helping.
Eddie: Granddad isn’t too fond of them either.
I think it just reminds him that he will be joining them soon. I mean seriously, he’s over 100 now. I ‘really’ need the space in the house!
Now this was interesting and could have been fun had I realized what was happening.
Eddie: *scoffs* Fun for you. Not so much for me! I’m glad I was at work.
*giggles* Yes, Starsha in her pregnant glory made an impromptu visit on the Babii house, only to be followed very closely by a visit from Gladys. Let’s hope Starsha isn’t in a habit of dropping by unexpectedly.
Ah, finally. At age 101, Christian is finally going. So long, Christian… only not really… seeing how he is only moving to the backyard.
Eddie: He will be missed.
You’re going to miss his money perhaps. He didn’t do much to contribute to the family…
Eddie: He was a very important contributor to this family, Roo.
Ya… okay… on a side note, Grim stuck around for a while. Apparently he also enjoys playing chess on the computer.
Eddie: He’s a good conversationalist. Surprising seeing how he is so deeply devoted to his job.
*blinks* Not to forget the odd reaction the tombstones had to his presence! Kinda creepy cool aint it?
Eddie: Very interesting.
It’s finally time to move Gladys and Cora in. Are you ready?
Eddie: Most definitely. I prefer to be an active father in my children’s life.
You’ll have to get over that. You can only be a part-time Dad to Starsha’s kids.
Eddie: Be that as it may, I will love them and give them as much guidance as I can.
Let’s hope they turn out well anyhow.
Eddie: *smirks* Brat.
Definitely. So we have Gladys and Cora move in. The house is once more full. I need someone to die, move out, something. *glances at Precious* Franklin was kind enough to break the garbage disposal. Now I will wait until a couple of things happen in order to continue with my next plan. 1. Gladys has to give birth to the heir/heiress-
Eddie: Cora is the heiress.
*waves a dismissive hand* Perhaps… I’m not sold on her yet. Gladys still need to have a another kid. 2. The sink needs to break so there is water all over the floor before she starts repairing the electronic items.
Eddie: *changes the subject* Dad grabbed Cora and brought her inside. Thanks to the stairs she was stuck out front.
Now that the females are in the home, we just have to wait. First things first. We need to give someone a make over.
Eddie: She appears to be having difficulties, I don’t recall her being clumsy.
She isn’t, she’s a loser.
Eddie: *laughs* That is cruel, Roo.
No really, see? *points at her traits, then giggles as Gladys falls on her ars* that is funny.
Eddie: *laughs* Okay I have to admit, that was pretty funny. She looks great after her makeover.
Yes, she does clean up well. *blinks* Oh hey, you’re a father… again…
Eddie: *glances* Starsha had a girl. My daughter Maricela will be just as perfect as my daughter Cora. You’ll see.
Shame really, I like Maricela’s name better than Cora… how attached to that name are you? *ponders*
Eddie: A name is just a name, just don’t change my daughter!
Cora is a cutie. *grins* I love watching Eddie teach her to walk. Its so endearing.
Eddie: Like I said… perfect.
*scoffs* No she isn’t. If she were perfect she would have a better favorite color! *growls*
Eddie: *laughs* So she likes pink.
Ack! *pauses, stares, saves, exits*
Eddie: There you are. What the frell was that about?
I panicked. Jenn is going to die. It just dawned on me that having my friend’s sim-mes in game may not have been such a great idea after all. I have no issues with torturing them, toying with them, forcing them to have tons of babies and affairs… but to watch them die? *sighs*
Eddie: I see. What does that have to do with random pictures of me and Dad gardening in our boxers?
*grins* Are you serious? *offers drool bibs for her readers… erm female readers, sorry shiny one*
Wrapping up the update, Franklin has not stopped. He’s taken to stealing candy from his granddaughter. He’s also *shudders* reached mad scientist.
Eddie: There is nothing wrong with being a mad scientist! It is of the utmost prestige in the science world.
Maybe… but that work uniform is hideous!
We have a glitch. Franklin, Evan and Hope were sitting there watching television… the cooking channel actually. When Precious decided to play a video game. Now this brings up a few things, such as 1. usually a sim cannot play a video game on a television already in use. 2. Precious is rude. 3. Their learning bars continued during her game play. Unfortunately Hope lost interest half way through Precious’ game and walked away. Her learning bar stayed. The guys kept yakking away and once Precious stopped playing, the cooking channel came back on. Once they stopped watching, their bars went away. Whew. Unfortunately-
*blinks* Okay that will have to wait. Apparently Aiden needs to transition… now… not later, now.
Eddie: That would be twice isn’t it? Maybe we should see if ‘he’ can die from electrocution instead of Gladys.
*ponders* Not a bad idea… in the meantime, Aiden is now a teenager. I am not fond of the facial hair in TS3. I love it in TS2 to the point its hard to find any of my playables without facial hair… here its rare to see one with. As a ghost boy, Aiden apparently can pull it off.
Eddie: What the frell?
Sorry, I was just noticing that he has no definition as a ghost. He will never have the same appeal that you and your father have.
Eddie: Moving on…
That and I ‘think’ he’s trying to tell me he is tired of living in the kid room. *smirks*
Anyhow, back to Hope. That night she went to bed with the learning bar still learning… she didn’t learn a lot through her sleep but she did manage to raise the bar just a tad. That morning I made her cook some waffles and unfortunately even that didn’t reset her learning bar.
Eddie: The carpool is here. I need to get to work… hey… is it me or is something… off?
*bites lip nervously* Ya… something is definitely not right… Um, Eddie, I’m sorry to say it, but I think your home is bugged. Not just that but I have no back up… *sighs* I suppose you are on hold until I can sort this out.
Eddie: Don’t forget about us, Roo. We’ll be waiting.
*sighs* Ya no pressure or anything… geez.
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