The demographics of Lunar Lakes are tricky right now. With only limited options, I set Hart to win back the love of his ex-girlfriend, Irene Su. It’s a pity that they get along so poorly, because I love her crazy-ass facial expressions.
Here’s another one, from later in that same conversation.
Incidentally, Hart is in the Sculptor profession. This week he turned out an ice sculpture of a unicorn. So pretty! I was genuinely proud of my little imaginary computer person.
Eventually he started to wear her down. Hart is clearly quite fond of her.
And she is… I don’t know.
Things seemed to be going well at that point. Right up until she rejected his marriage proposal. (Look at his FACE.)
But later that night, he cajoled her back into loving him again. I guess.
At least she accepted his second proposal!
Apropos of nothing: I would like to know who braided the tail of this wild horse.
The wedding was lovely. Only slightly marred by the groom’s formal clamdigger pants, the bride wearing yoga pants and a hoodie, and the bride’s cell phone ringing incessantly.
Unfortunately, the fighting started almost immediately. I didn’t intervene, I just let it play out.
First, she insulted his bookishness.
“I hate your stupid BOOKS!”
He responded by insulting her vegetarianism.
“You and your stupid BROCCOLI!”
Luckily they cooled down long enough that I was able to get them to Try For Baby. And a few days later, Irene gave birth at a party (to which Hart had not been invited).
Graphics glitch of the week: Irene had twins, but she carried them both home in the same basket. (Typically, the basket only holds one infant.) First, the extra baby was impaled by the handle.
When she set the basket down, the baby rotated to stack with the other baby at a 90 degree angle.
The baby doesn’t seem to mind, though.
“Here’s your dumb baby.”
Welcome to the world, babies Iris and Indiana!
Poor kids got a rough start to life, with a 2-day, -60 moodlet for their parents breaking up.
As soon as Irene arrived home with the babies, she got the “Cheated On” moodlet. (I must have missed the part where Hart cheated on her while she was at the party? That is baffling. I have often wished that the game had a “rewind” feature.)
After fighting for a few minutes, suddenly they were divorced. I’m not sure I have seen Sims autonomously divorce! Very sad. The babies are stuck in perma-orange because of it.
Hart immediately had a wish to flirt with the maid.
She didn’t seem to mind!