Before I could invite her sweetie back, Olivia died.
Oh well, at least she got to sleep with someone once!
When Death came, she shrugged like, “Fair enough.”
She left behind the roses her lover had given her. So poignant!
The next morning, I had to laugh. Bentley fixed himself a plate of cookies for breakfast! Maybe that’s how he copes with the grief. (I didn’t even know you could make cookies at 7AM! The foods have time limits, so it shouldn’t actually be possible to do this.)
Bentley finally hit the top of his career, so that’s one more thing marked off the list before he can take the Ambrosia and become immortal. The only thing left was to make six Best Friends, and to earn §30,000 in royalties from his books.
The great thing about making a lot of Best Friends is that you can shop around for a potential future wife! This one had a lot of potential.
She even gave him a birthday kiss after he turned into an old man on her front lawn!
I was bummed that I didn’t get to make Bentley immortal before he turned into an Elder. It’s those few days I lost stupidly trying to teach him the guitar! Oh well; lesson learned.
And on the up side, unlike his father, he gets to retire!
Retirement is definitely worth some Magic Confetti That Appears Out Of Nowhere. All Sims get a pension plan; you earn a reduced salary in perpetuity. Sweet!
“DUDE, ORANGE IS THE BEST! It’s totally dope!”
Watching this conversation unfold, seeing Bentley share his favorite color with some random Sim he was trying to befriend, gave me ideas. You don’t actually get any kind of benefit from giving Sims their favorite color, but why not?
(Also, how much do you love the Hover Bed? It’s a Lifetime Happiness reward from the Generations expansion pack.)
“Where’s my bed?”
And Khloe: Lilac.