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Re: How far, is too far?
« Reply #25 on: 2012 April 17, 14:49:50 »
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« Reply #26 on: 2012 April 17, 21:12:09 »
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All of you are overlooking one important thing: The "Tutti-Frutti"-ness of an item is DIRECTLY DEPENDANT ON THE COLOR SCHEME. Most objects and uniforms in TS3 do not have an intrinsic color that you are obliged to accept. This isn't TS2. Those same items can very well come in entirely normal, non-fruity colors if you so wish it. TS3 is actually mostly in black-and-white and the color is added afterwards.

That's what I have been thinking too. Some of the outfits would be really nice if it weren't for the silly pattern patches on them. But most, if not all, of the clothes that have the silly looking symbols on them also come with a plain option too. While I have no desire for the furniture, the outfits could be workable for some of my singer Sims.
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« Reply #27 on: 2012 April 27, 23:42:48 »
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Now that I think about it, I could always use this crap to make a Willy Wonka, old witch, or hell even Michael Jackson sim who lure children in to their doom.
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« Reply #28 on: 2012 April 28, 00:04:55 »
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No old witches kidnapping children.  Angry  Old witches do not like children and want nothing to do with them. Hmph. Perpetrating stereotypes! *mumble*
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« Reply #29 on: 2012 April 29, 03:48:08 »
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I thought old witches like to eat children. Mmmm mmmm good!
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Re: How far, is too far?
« Reply #30 on: 2012 April 29, 04:41:53 »
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Witches (old & young alike) know that long pig isn't worth the bother of putting up with mewling brats.
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« Reply #31 on: 2012 April 29, 22:55:51 »
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Mim concurs.
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« Reply #32 on: 2012 April 30, 05:08:57 »
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I thought the idea was to ply them with candy and goodies till their eyes glaze over and the happy little dumplings get poured in a pot.  I could be wrong.
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« Reply #33 on: 2012 April 30, 05:29:02 »
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Plying them with candy can be fun if you do it just before you give them back to their parents (haz neices). But all told it's better to just avoid the sticky, pukey spawn of others.
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« Reply #34 on: 2012 April 30, 18:48:39 »
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« Reply #35 on: 2012 May 02, 08:48:11 »
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I'm trying, REALLY trying to see possibilities with this shitpack but I inevitably get washed with disgust when looking at these items and thinking of how much my beloved game has been crapped upon by EA repeatedly.  The thing that gets me most of all is how I would welcome this kind of crap - bring it on! - if only they would offer a maturely rated expansion as well with real evil, actual vampires, violence(even if cartoony), proper drunken antics and other gloriously "negative" human aspects. (ok, maybe those cupcake tits are a little mature) I couldn't care less about the Katy Perry part and can be chalked up as another person who has no idea who she is other than an eventual nobody. If this was a Felicia Day pack on the other hand - I'd be the first in line. But it's packs like this one that make me(40-male) too embarrassed to tell people how much I love this game anymore.

The only things I see worth it in this pack are the:
A. Jessica Rabbitt dress
B. Coupla other dresses, outfits that could be well usable if not plastered with candy decals.  There's also a skirt that I really hope isn't actually an outfit with the halter top.
C. The little girl candy theme bedset.  

What amazes me is how there's actually no dresses or hairstyles for little girl sims?!?  I mean, if you're going to puke Candyland all over the Sims - then at least give the little ones matching styles.  (oh wait..The Store!(give it time)

This kind of crap, still no Seasons, plus the Big Bad of the game being virtually unplayable for me since Pets overwhelms me with pleasure to see that EA rates worse than Blackwater in the public eye. Not that they give a flying fuck.

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Re: How far, is too far?
« Reply #36 on: 2012 May 02, 10:35:02 »
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All of you are overlooking one important thing: The "Tutti-Frutti"-ness of an item is DIRECTLY DEPENDANT ON THE COLOR SCHEME. Most objects and uniforms in TS3 do not have an intrinsic color that you are obliged to accept. This isn't TS2. Those same items can very well come in entirely normal, non-fruity colors if you so wish it. TS3 is actually mostly in black-and-white and the color is added afterwards.

You hand me a cup of diarrhea shit and tell me "You can paint it white and pretend it's a milkshake!" It's still a cup full of shit.
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Re: How far, is too far?
« Reply #37 on: 2012 May 03, 15:19:34 »
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Yeah, no matter what color scheme you pick, it's still got fucking fruits and candies plastered all over it.
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