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Re: Idea: "Arousal" meter
« Reply #50 on: 2007 December 16, 05:00:00 »
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What I would really like to see is the attraction score dropping (especially for those 3 bolt couples) over time of being together. While many couples do still find each other hot after so many years, the honeymoon phase does end - sims are in perma-moon, and it drives me nuts.
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« Reply #51 on: 2007 December 17, 14:37:36 »
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What I would really like to see is the attraction score dropping (especially for those 3 bolt couples) over time of being together. While many couples do still find each other hot after so many years, the honeymoon phase does end - sims are in perma-moon, and it drives me nuts.

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« Reply #52 on: 2007 December 17, 20:40:34 »
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It would be cool if the attraction would go up and down over time. Also, it should plummet while Sims have babies and toddlers. I like that Sims moon over their spouses as elders, it seems realistic to me.
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Re: Idea: "Arousal" meter
« Reply #53 on: 2007 December 18, 18:21:15 »
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Hmm...now I am curious.  Roll Eyes

I don't know about plummeting when they have babies, though. It has been a long time since I had any kids, but I don't recall that causing me to be repulsed by my spouse, or vice-versa. Maybe I was lucky or something.
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« Reply #54 on: 2007 December 18, 18:25:34 »
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It's fairly common for women to lose their sex drive after giving birth. It doesn't always happen though.
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« Reply #55 on: 2007 December 18, 18:26:11 »
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I think it might be the sleep deprivation.
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Re: Idea: "Arousal" meter
« Reply #56 on: 2007 December 18, 18:29:17 »
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Well you don't really want people rummaging around down there when you're dripping with lochia.
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Re: Idea: "Arousal" meter
« Reply #57 on: 2007 December 18, 18:33:36 »
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It's also a side effect of anti-depressants some women get put on for post-partum.
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« Reply #58 on: 2007 December 18, 18:36:04 »
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Sorry, but 'rummaging'!  Cheesy
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« Reply #59 on: 2007 December 18, 19:13:35 »
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It's fairly common for women to lose their sex drive after giving birth. It doesn't always happen though.

True, I would say just in the baby stage though.

Another idea to throw out there, if the sim is tired or stinky or uncomfortable, it should lower their arousal meter.  They could even reject advances if the arousal meter is empty.  How funny would this be - you've got a stay-at-home sim wife, who is stinky and tired and has been running after toddlers all day, and the sim husband comes home and tried to put the moves on (thanks to ACR), and he gets a big fat reject, and maybe even a lecture too Smiley 
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« Reply #60 on: 2007 December 18, 19:19:08 »
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« Reply #61 on: 2007 December 18, 19:23:33 »
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Nice job you're doing there Rohina!  Wink
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Re: Idea: "Arousal" meter
« Reply #62 on: 2007 December 18, 22:04:26 »
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I was thinking more of sleep deprivation than anything. People don't tend to have much time for their marriage when they have babies and toddlers.
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Re: Idea: "Arousal" meter
« Reply #63 on: 2007 December 21, 12:56:37 »
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Well if like darcee said tiredness and hygiene was a factor, you could make them sleep-deprived by leaving the baby in their room anyway. That would make more sense because it wouldn't affect everyone in the same way.
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