Funny Pics: 1/18/09

Yeah, I know, it’s been a long wait. But what can I say, my Sims haven’t been doing that much amusing lately. Plus I had, you know, FINALS and stuff like that — which really cut into my playtime.

But you didn’t come here to listen to me whine, you came here for the pics. So without further ado, on with the show!

AACK, Martin! This is The Sims, not The Exorcist! Am I going to have to call Father Hugh to have a good talk with you?!

Katie! That’s not very nice, you shouldn’t cheat at chess when you’re playing with your own mother!

Nor when you play with your GRANDMOTHER!

I never thought I’d say this, but … you tell her, Cerise!

While we’re on the subject of chess, I think I’ll share this touching family photo:

“Look, Dindrane! A cowplant!”

“A cowplant? WHERE?”

*evil witch cackle* “Just keep looking, it’ll hope through the door any second …”

“Wait, Morgause, cowplants don’t — MORGAUSE!”


“You can put that bishop right back where you found it.”

“But I didn’t –“

“Morgause, how many logic points do I have?”

*sigh* “Ten.”

“And thus I am able to deduce that telepathy and earthquakes being thus far unknown in the world of Sims, if that bishop isn’t where I left it, it must be because you moved it.”

“Maybe you’re misremembering.”

“Or maybe you’re cheating.”

*grumble* “Should have let Mordred marry the peasant girl.” *grumble*

“I heard that.”

While we’re on the subject of Mordred’s marriage … hmm, I think Mordred & Dindrane are getting better at that “and the two shall become one flesh” thing.

“Or we’re going to need expensive, not-yet-been-invented surgery to get us out of this mess when the carpool comes back.”

Or that.

Wesleyan off the port bow!

Wesleyan overboard!

An obligatory shot of everyone crowding in to watch Isabel spin & twirl. Oh well, at least she didn’t go into labor in the bathroom.

Oh, Angelique, your father would be thrilledΒ to see who you’re keeping company with. Just thrilled.

Do the Smustle — medieval style!

And last but not least, I leave you with a picture not nearly as funny as it is cute:

I call it Radioactive Toddler with Dog.

PS: The toddler’s Nora Brogan in case you’re interested. πŸ˜‰


13 thoughts on “Funny Pics: 1/18/09

  1. Lol! Great pics. I love the cheating at chess ones. Smustle’s great too. πŸ™‚ And I like the two Wesleyans playing in the tub.

  2. Hi, Bleudragon! Thanks for the compliment!

    The activity table is from Parsimonious, particularly their Mere Folly nursery set. It’s an absolutely adorable set and I highly recommend it. πŸ™‚

    And yes, the Wesleyans do love their boats. It’s almost too bad that the Ferreiras have cornered the market on foreign trade, or else I’d have them open up a shipping company. πŸ˜‰

  3. Thanks !

    Yes the Ferreiras have the bussiness world under their control, but they’re my favourite family of yours so I like the ideia. Did you know that Ferreira is actually a Portuguese surname or you just stumbled across the name ?

  4. You’re very welcome! πŸ™‚

    I knew the Ferreira surname was Hispanic — I didn’t know it was Portuguese specifically. The Ferreira family (Dannie in particular) is based off a family in another series of fiction I did/am doing, which partially takes place in modern-day America. Dannie was supposed to be half-Hispanic.

    Of course, in altering that story and its characters to fit Albion, some things — like names — stopped making sense entirely along the way. πŸ˜‰ But oh well!

    I’m glad you like the Ferreiras, they are fun to write. Just enough conflict/drama to keep things interesting, but not so much that the whole family is probably a prime candidate for a mental institution. *coughcoughORKNEYScoughcough*

  5. I’m sorry I ruined your hispanic dream, but I’m pretty sure they are spanish Ferreiras, but the portuguese were the “bussinessmans during the 1400’s 1500’s so I saw some connection as I am Portuguese. Lol.
    IΒ΄m anxious for your next Ferreira update.
    Again sorry !!

  6. … On second thought, I take my whole Ferreira explanation back. The Portuguese surname was ENTIRELY on purpose, to take advantage of the fact that the Portuguese were the main business folks of the 1400-1500s! *innocent face*

    Lol, don’t apologize — it’s always fun to learn something new. πŸ™‚

  7. Of ccourse you take back.

    I forgot to tell you how much I like yor medieval sim style, I also play a medieval theme but I canΒ΄t find so much CC

  8. Thank you so much, Bleudragon!!!

    CC isn’t that hard to find, if you know where to look. A great place to start is MTS (linked on the sidebar). Just search for “medieval” and you’ll have more downloads than you know what to do with.

    Particularly, though, you’ll want to look at A Midsimmer Night’s Dream and the Dark Project to get you started. Some clothing creators whose work pops up all over Albion are Iamliz13, Sherabim and Zoej — there are, of course, tons of others, but these guys (gals?) have lots of clothing, for all ages and genders, in nice convenient sets.

    Outside of MTS, Sim-Ages has absolutely stunning clothing for your upperclass Sims. Unfortunately, Sim-Ages went down a long time ago (before I even started Albion), but when they were around, they were pay … meaning that most of what they had is available at the Booty.

    For furniture, you’ll want to check out Sims Design Avenue, Parsimonious, Tarox (all linked at the side), DH-sims … those are a few good places to start (particularly if you don’t mind mixing your metaphors, so to speak, which I don’t, since Albion is more fantasy than medieval).

    Don’t ask me where to go for walls and floors — most of mine either came with downloaded houses, or were downloaded to go with a furntiure set.

    Hope that helps!

  9. Take another look at Mordred and Dindrane picture. It looks a lot like she is sitting in his lap. And then look at their faces. It couldn’t be more fitting if you had planned it that way.

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