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Mad Poster
#201 Old 23rd Oct 2018 at 5:41 AM
Angela and Lilith are getting married? :O
Mad Poster
Original Poster
#202 Old 23rd Oct 2018 at 6:53 AM
I'm presuming to other people.

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Field Researcher
#203 Old 25th Oct 2018 at 7:29 PM
One time, a Matchmaker left the lot with a broom and cackled like a witch......

Not sure if this counts as a glitch but it was the first time I ever saw it.
Mad Poster
Original Poster
#204 Old 23rd Nov 2018 at 4:14 AM
On a community lot, there's a baby laying on the ground next to the pedestrian portal. I'm guessing the game got confused on which Sims to generate as walkbys.


I'm secretly a Bulbasaur. | Formerly known as ihatemandatoryregister

If you have any questions about YOPD, feel free to PM me. | Looking for SimWardrobe's mods? | Or Dizzy's? | Faiuwle/rufio's too! | smorbie1's Chris Hatch archives | Welcome to Oakbrook.
Mad Poster
#205 Old 23rd Nov 2018 at 9:35 AM
The equivalent of leaving your child on the local church's doorstep. Someone should adopt it.
Mad Poster
Original Poster
#206 Old 23rd Nov 2018 at 9:37 AM
In a park?

I'm secretly a Bulbasaur. | Formerly known as ihatemandatoryregister

If you have any questions about YOPD, feel free to PM me. | Looking for SimWardrobe's mods? | Or Dizzy's? | Faiuwle/rufio's too! | smorbie1's Chris Hatch archives | Welcome to Oakbrook.
#207 Old 23rd Nov 2018 at 2:47 PM
I've seen a story where a baby got left in a junkyard. The couple living there took him in.
Had the regular "parent doesn't put toddler down before they age up" glitch yesterday. It was my first time seeing it in my own game.

I've got one or two things on MTS, but most of my stuff is on my main site here:
http://simcessories.blogspot.com/
(Now recruiting budding creators.)
Mad Poster
#208 Old 23rd Nov 2018 at 3:33 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bulbizarre
I'm presuming to other people.


Namaste
Theorist
#209 Old 24th Nov 2018 at 1:26 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bulbizarre
In a park?

The baby's not in a park - it's on a street corner. Lots of passersby there - good chance of finding adoptive parents.
Mad Poster
Original Poster
#210 Old 25th Nov 2018 at 10:52 PM
I break everything I touch.


I'm secretly a Bulbasaur. | Formerly known as ihatemandatoryregister

If you have any questions about YOPD, feel free to PM me. | Looking for SimWardrobe's mods? | Or Dizzy's? | Faiuwle/rufio's too! | smorbie1's Chris Hatch archives | Welcome to Oakbrook.
#211 Old 11th Dec 2018 at 9:03 PM
I am currently loading up the Centowskis and their youngest daughter, Emily, instead of being in her mother or father or even robot auntie's arms like most babies, is on the ground in a toddler pose.

I've got one or two things on MTS, but most of my stuff is on my main site here:
http://simcessories.blogspot.com/
(Now recruiting budding creators.)
Forum Resident
#212 Old 15th Dec 2018 at 7:42 PM
I see glinches from time to time.

Today I did open up a lot that I have not been playing for a while. As I have been transfering my Sims 2 folder onto my new Windows computer there had been a "reset" (sims standing up by the beds, fully awake and bladder half full). This things don't use to be a problem (other that it takes time to get their feel for time back to normal) but in this case the game did not fully understand that the sims on the lot were awake. So the whole day through they were walking around producing their sleeping symboles (Z's). It did not matter if they went of to school or work and making them taking a nap did not solve the issue. I reloded the lot but no luck. So I said: OK, I will try one more thing before I ask on the forum. I will make them sleeep the night through and see if there is any change after that. And guess what, when the family woke up they were back to normal. Winner winner, chicken dinner!
Alchemist
#213 Old 15th Dec 2018 at 9:53 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bulbizarre
In a park?

Tends to happen in those that have pescado's babby roasting festivals running around.

P.S. Sorry for my bad english.
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