I sure wouldn't want this in regular gameplay, but if you're developing an inhabited neighborhood, staging a story, or making a movie, the capability's right there in game, if you know how to use existing tools.
I'd like a hack that lets adults ask kids and teenagers for a sleepover. Two of my Sims wanted to invite their grandchildren over for a big slumber party - and then I figured out that they can't. I couldn't even get a child to ask another child for a sleepover. Maybe it's just teenagers who can do sleepovers?
My link was just to the front page of Squinge's mods. From there I'm afraid you have to drill down and search to find the right ones for your game. It's not too bad if your highest EP is EP4 (Pets) or later, as there are separate sub-forums for EPs 4 to 8, but for myself with a highest EP of EP2, but an EP3 game engine, I have to search through all 11 pages of the main forum. (I like Squinge's mods enough to find this worthwhile.)
Perhaps in these days of UC, I should have linked directly to the EP8 version as Amalia has done, (even though it's not the version I use myself) but I am perhaps more aware than most people that not everyone is playing AL. (In theory I have AL, as I have the UC in my Origin account, but I wouldn't dare download and play it on my netbook! ) Thanks Amalia anyway for linking to the version that's right for most people.
Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, Chardonnay in one hand, chocolate in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WHOO HOO . . WHAT A RIDE!!!"
Is there a mod or hack to stop sims saluting when they go outside? I've only been playing with apartment life for 1 hour and it's already bugging me.
Is it summer? Maybe they are wiping sweat away. There's a little thermometer next to their picture that is either blue, green, or red. If it is red, they are too hot. There are mods that keep temperature stable I think.
And babies. The Curious brothers' house is set up so the Sims have to walk outside to get to different sections of the house. They let go of the baby so often, leaving her suspended in mid-air, that I started pretending Alien babies are able to float.