Wait! Is that Paris? Fishing? You mean he’s off the lot?
Once Manzanita became a teen and Acacia completed her aspiration, I finally felt that I had the time to take Paris, the Royal Llama Tamer, and Ms. M to the park. Paris needs to fish for his aspiration. And I guess Manzanita needs fishing of a different type for her aspiration. And it’s never too soon for Palo Verde to begin looking for someone special. (And I have a feeling it will take someone special to be able to recognize what’s special about PV.)
Since the next day was Palo Verde’s birthday, he got to skip school and have a party instead.
I wanted to invite that cute girl he met at the park, but, alas, the disappearing-townie-syndrome (DTS) has finally hit my game.
He had a few party crashers.
“Are you talking to me?”
He rolled gloomy.
Gloomy? The Royal Llama Tamer? I was sure that he’d roll goofball! But gloomy?
As soon as he rolled gloomy, his fun meter became solid yellow. I guess gloomy Sims don’t get no fun. No fun for the Royal Llama Tamer? How can that be!
Well, I guess if you think about it, many of the funniest comedians are gloomy in their private lives. And maybe this will turn out to be PV’s saving trait. I mean, look on the bright side (and yes, PV, I’m allowed to look on the bright side, for I don’t have the gloomy trait–I’ve got the cheerful trait): he’ll be much less likely to die of hysteria or kill his audience with his jokes if he’s gloomy, right?