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Squidconqueror
19th Mar 2018, 3:34 AM
Today when I played Sims 2 I've just found out that you could throw food at people. I was playing a family that I created called The Rays. I clicked on the play interaction while the family were eating toaster pastries and found the throw food interaction then clicked on it. I thought it was kind of cute how Devon threw food at his mom Missy and instead of getting angry and yelling at him she laughed and licked the food off her shirt. Suprises like that is why I still play older video games well that and my laptop graphics isn't powerful enough to run the newer ones which my dad gave to me as a late birthday present. Another example of this was when I was watching Youtube videos not too long ago I found out on GTA San Andreas that if you don't pay your casino debt somebody that I forgot the name of sends the Mafia after you to 'settle your debt' and on the mission Are You going to San Fierro you could use the harvester to get rid of the cannabis instead of the flamethrower. It's such a shame to see the state that Sims and other popular video games are in right now and it's because the companies just want to make a quick profit but that's another for another day.

AndrewGloria
20th Mar 2018, 1:48 AM
Not only can Sims throw food at each other, but, somewhat to the annoyance of some of us, when Sims older than children do it, it counts as a romantic interaction. Why? I guess someone at Maxis must have thought it was a romantic thing to do! :blink: So be careful when two friends think it's funny to throw food at each other. The next you know, they'll be madly in love with each other! :lol:

That's how ex-townies Keith Cormier and Mallory Mace fell in love in my game. (To be honest, I did know that it counted as romantic, and I wanted them to fall in love.)

By the way, what does "TILT" mean in this context?

Bulbizarre
20th Mar 2018, 1:54 AM
"Today I learned," but I'm not sure what the last T would be.

Orphalesion
20th Mar 2018, 1:56 AM
"Today I learned," but I'm not sure what the last T would be.

Today I learned That?

Though we kinda have a thread for that...

http://modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=574022

Squidconqueror
20th Mar 2018, 5:20 AM
Not only can Sims throw food at each other, but, somewhat to the annoyance of some of us, when Sims older than children do it, it counts as a romantic interaction. Why? I guess someone at Maxis must have thought it was a romantic thing to do! :blink: So be careful when two friends think it's funny to throw food at each other. The next you know, they'll be madly in love with each other! :lol:

That's how ex-townies Keith Cormier and Mallory Mace fell in love in my game. (To be honest, I did know that it counted as romantic, and I wanted them to fall in love.)

By the way, what does "TILT" mean in this context?
It stands for Today I learned that. I didn't know that sims could fall in love just throwing food at each other. I guess you learn something new everyday. Do you know what would be a cool idea but unfortunately won't make it into the game unless a mad genius manages to mod it in? Starting a food fight like what happened at my high school once when I had started as a Freshman.

Squidconqueror
20th Mar 2018, 5:21 AM
"Today I learned," but I'm not sure what the last T would be.
It stands for that.

SneakyWingPhoenix
20th Mar 2018, 3:21 PM
I guess someone at Maxis must have thought it was a romantic thing to do! :blink:

I mean, it's not that far-fetch. Don't couples goof around like that? Quite often a typical cliche portrayed in movies. I guess there are boundaries where If you don't know your partner well they may take that "tease" as an insult based on the relationship and status of other. For a family that are siblings per say or little children, it doesn't make sense.
"Today I learned," but I'm not sure what the last T would be.
I read it as a word before clicking the thread. You know, when you're a confused dog you tilt your head.