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MTS speed build challenge results - posted on 11th Nov 2018 at 8:38 PM
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Alchemist
Original Poster
#601 Old 11th Nov 2018 at 1:26 PM
Nothing sez it is going to be a good day like listening to two people snarl at each other while sitting at the kitchen table. Oy! Peace and quiet will be restored shortly, although it won't last long as I have to tend to the house chickens and the mess they have spread everywhere. Then it will be game on for who can be louder; house chickens or the vacuum cleaner.
Alchemist
#602 Old 11th Nov 2018 at 7:46 PM Last edited by PANDAQUEEN : 12th Nov 2018 at 11:16 PM.
I currently saved up $60.30 from my birthday. $40 was used for a gift. It would have been $100 if it was all cash.

Currently saving up to buy animation and comics software, gaming furniture, gaming handhelds and consoles, games and accessories to go with, a Blu-ray player, a shopping trip to Geoffrey's Toy Box, provided they spread back to Wayne, NJ and a trip to Japan, but I won't be affected by the Paris effect, thanks in part by the NHK portrayal of various regions in reality.

Paris effect? = Psychological condition where Japanese tourists were disappointed by their expectations of Paris, France through the expectations of media. I read numerous complaints from other European tourists (Outside France's countryside) that Paris constantly smelled of urine.

Either way, things are fine here. Had to argue with customer service because my package didn't arrive for October due to storm season... I don't want to hear bullshit from them, I just want my box.

"There are some obstacles that cannot be removed with a mere show of force."
-King of Atlantis, as portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Field Researcher
#603 Old 12th Nov 2018 at 10:04 AM
Actually good. I know I went missing for a while but life happens. My screwed-up back caused me to practically collapse last week and I had 4 non-life-threatening allergic reactions. Luckily I didn't need the ER for any and didn't tell my mother until I called her before I went to bed the day of the worst one. I only told her I had one, but I am a little concerned now. Once they wanted to keep me in a hospital for days and they thought I was gonna die.

- Sent from my iHell
Theorist
#604 Old 12th Nov 2018 at 10:52 AM
Woke up on a hard ass sofa in a small room somewhere about 3 miles from here. Had to take the bus. I still smell like curbside sofa. The things we do for drugs y'know.

/wɒt Iz lʌv?/
/beɪbi dəʊnt həːt miː/
/dəʊnt həːt miː/
/nəʊ mɔː/
Alchemist
#605 Old 12th Nov 2018 at 2:50 PM
Can't stop thinking about how my Mother-in-Law told my brother that the house is a mess. Now everywhere I'm just noticing all the clutter. That there's my wallet and books and notebooks and highlighters on the coffee table and the mantelpiece is full of photos and octopus statues and trinkets and everything. Everything is a mess, I hate it. I'm not well today so I'm not in work, so I've spent the past hour or so cleaning but everythings just in the way and there's nowhere to put things. Adam reassures me that when we get rid of the second sofa (and the spare armchairs in the shed) we'll have more space for storage.

For now all I should be worried about is the mountain of laundry that has built up. Nobody's home enough to do the laundry as fast as we wear it.

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
Field Researcher
#606 Old 12th Nov 2018 at 6:16 PM
i think i'm emotionally stable so i guess i'm fine
but i feel like kinda weird about a dream what i was having yesterday about se* with my best friend.

i texted his stepdad about my dreams about my own best friend
my best friend asked if i watched porn that i was having a dream about him like that after he heard it from his stepdad
Field Researcher
#607 Old 12th Nov 2018 at 7:55 PM
I'm wonderful! I went on a first date yesterday, and today he messaged me asking if I'd like to go on another one :D

You can call me Diddy :)
My Simblr (shared with a friend) is TwoSimmingFreaks - there's not much on there yet, but there will be soon :D
Alchemist
#608 Old 12th Nov 2018 at 10:01 PM Last edited by PANDAQUEEN : 12th Nov 2018 at 10:32 PM.
Last night I got my father to watch the Grand Sumo Tournament on NHK. One of the night's highlights was the momentum of two wrestlers was great enough to have them spill into the audience. Roughly, each wrestler weighed 150kg.

Today, I went grocery shopping and picked up food for snacks, veggie pizza and baked potatoes.

I also saw someone on YouTube edit together the Jennifer Saunders version of "Holding Out For a Hero" (the Fairy Godmother sang it in Shrek 2) and the latest Super Smash Brothers Ultimate trailer and it's amazing! It was just so epic, I think I will go see it again.

My mother is giving me her old purse so I have room for my things.

I found my dark purple hornrims, but they need repairs.

Also, today was the observed Veterans Day so nothing came in the mail today.

"There are some obstacles that cannot be removed with a mere show of force."
-King of Atlantis, as portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Alchemist
Original Poster
#609 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 12:30 PM
I'm chillin'. That said, I'm itching to tackle a project, but I don't know what. I have the usual stuff to do; fish tank water change, go get the Ham Brothers some food, clean up after the rest of the zoo, ect... but those are not projects. That's daily grind stuff for me. There is a bookcase downstairs that I'd love to rip apart as it makes my eye twitch every time I look at it, but none of the stuff on it is mine or considered 'household' so I can't touch it. There is also closet to match the eye-twitch inducing bookcase, but the same rules apply.

Since everybody is going to be home today and it's raining, it may be time to motivate others to deal with their own stuff or things that they said they would do and haven't done. Old hard drives from computers that no longer exist are not going to destroy themselves. If they haven't done so in 2 years, they're not going to.
Alchemist
#610 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 2:54 PM
I shouldn't have come back to work so soon. I'm still so faint and tired feeling. I just want to go home and rest. I'm craving sugary foods but there's nothing at work that I can just eat. I need an orange or something. And no matter what I drink I'm thirsty.

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
Alchemist
Original Poster
#611 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 3:37 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bigsimsfan12
...And no matter what I drink I'm thirsty.


I'm not a doctor and unsolicited advice is the worst kind, but, if this continues, please call your doctor or ob-gyn. When I see stuff like this, it spooks me a bit as gestational diabetes is a real thing and nobody needs that in their life if it be can be prevented. Being pregnant is hard enough.
Theorist
#612 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 6:07 PM
I'm drunk at school. Woohoo!

/wɒt Iz lʌv?/
/beɪbi dəʊnt həːt miː/
/dəʊnt həːt miː/
/nəʊ mɔː/
#613 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 8:40 PM
@HarVee good luck.

Life is paradoxically coincidental to the ironical tyranny applicable to the unparalleled definition of reverse entropy.

"A thunderstorm breaks the wall of darkness." - Lyrics to Storm

"Meh." - me
Inventor
#614 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 9:21 PM Last edited by Emmett Brown : 14th Nov 2018 at 12:41 AM.
I was planning the second big leaf rake. I use the lawnmower, because it sucks 'em up and bags 'em. It's a matter of a dry day and having a leg that is up to it.
This morning, all my leaves were gone. The wind elves cleaned up my lawn. I feel bad because my leaves are in someone else's yard in the neighborhood. Should I find my leaves and ask folks there if I can have my leaves back? Should I say "act of divine intervention"?
In other news, got a "new" Matrix Algebra book from Albris. It was Printed in 1961 and has been a library book. Being a math book, there has been very little wear on it. Old books are the best books: dignified covers, not watered down like modern texts, far more concise, and the $4 postage costs more than the book.

Sims are better than us.
Alchemist
#615 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 9:30 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gargoyle Cat
I'm not a doctor and unsolicited advice is the worst kind, but, if this continues, please call your doctor or ob-gyn. When I see stuff like this, it spooks me a bit as gestational diabetes is a real thing and nobody needs that in their life if it be can be prevented. Being pregnant is hard enough.

Yeah I'm going to the Doctors about it tomorrow. My PCOS means I'm at a high risk of gestational diabetes. A few mothers at work have told me constant thirst is quite normal, but I'd rather get it checked out.

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
Alchemist
#616 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 10:19 PM
Well...at least my October TokyoTreat Box came.

Today, I burned a few discs.

I currently am mourning the loss of superhero comic book pioneer and Marvel co-founder Stan Lee. I read in life he was a WWII non-combatant under the title Playwright, his first success was Captain America but he always favored Spider-Man (a LOT of memorial fan art features Spider-Man mourning Stan Lee), during a draft of a comic book, his wife broke his typewriter (I am actually one of the few in my generation who knows how to operate a typewriter) and never went to a barber, because his wife cut his hair, resulting in his iconic slicked back hair. They pre-recorded 5 more cameos due to his age.

I admit I'm not uber obsessed with comic books, just enough not offend a nerd who would correct me with every relevant minutiae. I could go either way on DC or Marvel. If a choice was imposed, I would go with Marvel. Spider-Man (2002) was the movie that got me interested in the movies that followed and I didn't see Stan's cameo at a sunglasses stand. Deadpool is more relatable in terms of the struggle of being an antihero. I'm something of an antihero because I have a shady past and if you ever spend a week with me, not only do I have a colorful vocabulary but I run my mouth off constantly (I'm aware Deadpool was made by a different author. However, Stan appears in the 2 films in cameo as it goes.)

1922 - 2018
Stan Lee
"Excelsior!"

Life is still a wreck. I may be going to the hospital ER after all. My body is very sore around my midsection.

"There are some obstacles that cannot be removed with a mere show of force."
-King of Atlantis, as portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Inventor
#617 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 10:49 PM
Sometimes people get it in their mind give you treat you badly for no good reason.
This is why we have books and libraries.

Sims are better than us.
Alchemist
Original Poster
#618 Old 13th Nov 2018 at 11:47 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bigsimsfan12
Yeah I'm going to the Doctors about it tomorrow. My PCOS means I'm at a high risk of gestational diabetes. A few mothers at work have told me constant thirst is quite normal, but I'd rather get it checked out.


I hope your doctor's appointment goes well and it's nothing to worry about.
Alchemist
Original Poster
#619 Old 14th Nov 2018 at 3:02 PM
I spy with my eye...snow. It isn't anything serious, just a passing flurry. If we had a fireplace or wood burning stove, I might confuse the flakes for ash.
Theorist
#620 Old 14th Nov 2018 at 4:17 PM
Rain, Rain, Rain. We like rain.

Oh what delicious rain we had.

/wɒt Iz lʌv?/
/beɪbi dəʊnt həːt miː/
/dəʊnt həːt miː/
/nəʊ mɔː/
Alchemist
#621 Old 14th Nov 2018 at 8:58 PM
Got my birthday bath bombs, Hannahpads and the recommended laundry soap and I got news from the doctor that it is just an infection that can be treated with OTC treatments so I may not be going to the hospital for it.

Pretty much gross but otherwise, it became a nice day.

"There are some obstacles that cannot be removed with a mere show of force."
-King of Atlantis, as portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Field Researcher
#622 Old Yesterday at 10:31 AM
Stressed, drained, and depressed with a dose of irritability.

- Sent from my iHell
Alchemist
Original Poster
#623 Old Yesterday at 12:10 PM
There hasn't been any yelling, meltdowns or temper tantrums...yet. I'm soaking in the quiet while I can get it.

Yesterday a meltdown was triggered because I asked my son why he was double charged for something. I was looking out for his best interest and it was turned into 2-plus hours of endless bitching, foot stomping and other juvenile behavior. This of course spawned more man-child nonsense which meant I ended being in 'babysitter' mode until I finally had enough to sent the 'children' to do other things as otherwise, I might moved into a hotel or called my parents and told them I'm moving in and there is nothing they can do about it.

Has anybody seen the movie Christmas Vacation? My house becomes like that, only without all the in-laws every frickin' holiday season. It is endless drama until after New Years and there is zero reason for it. In the words of Ren and Stimpy... Happy, happy, joy, joy.
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