Yeah, you expect something to happen at a specific time. While waiting, you go do other more important stuff. Once you’re done with them, it still hasn’t happened yet. Sims, how could you be so accurate with our plights in real life?
There is absolutely no doubt there is a large community of gamers around the world who just can’t seem to get enough of the Sims franchise. Think about it, how else can you play as practically a god who is in control of the lives of several avatars living their lives and going about routines, or even getting a little crazy at times? It sure does teach you about managing people the right way, all in fun and laughter. We do stress those two out, though, especially with the following:
Come on, man. It’s his birthday; give him that much freedom already. You’re expecting way too much from him. Even virtual firemen deserve breaks from their jobs you know.
Well, isn’t this appropriate? Heck, at this rate, we don’t even care about becoming actual Sims anymore. Thanks for talking to our innermost layers there. We’ll just gladly lead ourselves out the door, thank you very much.
The Sims really does reflect reality, doesn’t it? It’s kind of weird to have to find yourself doing the exact same things your avatars do. The next thing you know, you realize you’re living in the Matrix. Even worse, Skynet has already taken over.
You can just imagine actual people doing this in real life. Only those who get the joke will be laughing their butts off. If it was only this easy to relay your feelings to someone. You wouldn’t have to worry about being tongue tied anymore, simply because you sound like it and still come off as romantic.