If you have instructions, I can do it - I just reinstalled The Sims 2 (via origins), and I haven’t put any custom content in yet.
There’s instructions right here - after you’ve evicted Jules and Gabe to the family bin, you can skip right to step 6. :) Thanks!
meetmetotheriver answered your question “Does anyone know where I can download original Maxis premade lots,…”
HOW’D IT GET BURNED?! /obscure reference (No, but what happened?)
The lot just crashes when I try to enter it all of a sudden - with and without CC. Not really sure what happened. It’s happened for a couple other families too over the months, but I move them out to another place and they’re fine. Hence why I take loooots of pics when I decorate houses! P.S. Sweet Nic Cage reference :p
Does anyone know where I can download original Maxis premade lots, preferably clean versions?
Edit: Would any of my dear followers be able to package the O’Mackey house (sans Gabe and Jules) in its original state (or unfurnished is fine too, preferable actually) and send it to me? Thanks.
meetmetotheriver replied to your photoset “Ginger made a new acquaintance in Dustin Broke. After some friendly…”
Those two have super chemistry if my memory serves me right.
They have two bolts in my game. This pleases me, because I see them both as rough diamonds…
holleyberry replied to your photoset “Dustin: You’ve got a good arm, for a gir- Ginger: If you say “for a…”
Aw, poor Ginger :(
She has the head of an old soul, but the heart of a teenager…
strangetomato replied to your photoset “In case you were ever wondering what sort of asshole would steal six…”
Not even a tiny bit surprised. Haha!
Heh, me either. He steals almost everyone’s newspaper. I thought his moral compass would draw the line somewhere, but apparently not. Keep it classy, Buzz.
The kids were exhausted when they got home from the park, and each went to take an afternoon nap. Ginger asked Gavin if he’d mind if she went out for a bit, and he said no, as he had an afternoon full of SSX planned anyway.
Ginger walked across town to the salon and upon entering, scoped out the four stylists and chose the prettiest one in the cool black dress and heels.
Stylist: Hi there! Take a seat. My my, look at those dry ends. So, what are you looking for today, sweetie?
Ginger: I want to not look like a little kid anymore. I want you to make me look at least sixteen!
S: How old are you?
G: Almost fifteen.
S: Would your mom approve of you looking sixteen?
G: Sure she would - if she was still alive.
S: Oh… well, ahhh, let me get to it…
G: Remember. Sixteen.
An hour later.
S: Well? What do you think?
G: OH MY GOD I LOOK AT LEAST SIXTEEN AND A HALF :D :D :D
Dustin: You’ve got a good arm, for a gir-
Ginger: If you say “for a girl” you’ll see exactly how good my arm is. Got it?
D: Got it, wow. You’re pretty tough, you know, for a … human being.
G: And you’re a dumbass, even for a boy. *laughs*
D: It’s been nice hanging out with you this afternoon. You’re a pretty cool kid. Anyway, I gotta head off soon. I’m gonna see if my girlfriend wants to hang out.
G: Calling me a kid is worse than calling me a girl, you know. I’m almost fifteen.
D: Angela’s eighteen. I really love her.
G: *smiles through the pain*
Gallagher: What’s your name?
Gallagher: I’m annihilating you, Jason! Muahahahahaha!
Jason: How old are you?
Gallagher: Your move, Jason.
Jason: Hmm, maybe if I just-
Ginger made a new acquaintance in Dustin Broke. After some friendly banter, they started up a water balloon fight.
Dustin had very good aim, but Ginger’s was better. She knocked him flat on his butt on her first throw, to his astonishment (and admiration).
With all of their homework up to date (I can’t believe I’m writing that, but it’s true) the Newsons spend a fun Saturday in the park.
Gallagher, of course, mingles with the adults.
In case you were ever wondering what sort of asshole would steal six young orphans’ newspaper, it’s this guy.
Mia’s born early enough in the rotation that she also has a birthday. She looks like a pretty even mix of Timothy and Vivian, and has a personality that I’ll diplomatically call… challenging.