Hey, peeps, llamacorns, and freezer bunnies! The is THE Freezer Bunny, Free-Jon Wolff Tea, here with your daily news. In the evening.
MOM! DOES IT MAKE IT THE EVENING NEWS IF IT’S IN THE EVENING?
On, the huggy front, early reports show that there were twenty-five point two autonomous hugs today, and six point two huggers which works out to… a lotta hugs per Sim. I personally was responsible for four of them. My dad was personally responsible for five of them. My mom says we can’t count hers because she was thinking about her presentation while she was hugging so it was more like a prugging than a hugging.
Anyway. Mr. Cupcakes, aka the big guy in the red sweater that smells like Welsh wool, he took care of all the other hugs.
Rose says she doesn’t DO hugs, anyway. S’okay Rosie, we got the hugs covered.
And JRose said she would hug if there were anybody cute enough and single enough to hug. Not really. She hugged me twice. And I was trying NOT to be cute.
And (don’t tell, ok?) She. Hugged. Mark. Archy. Twice.
In other news…
We have a special interview with Mr. Welsh Woolly Sweater himself.
First of all, why do you call your red sweater a “jumper,” anyway?
Well, I come from a different country to you. In this country, we say many different things that are different! What you call ‘Pants’ are actually ‘Trousers’ to me, and what ‘chips’ are to you are ‘crisps’ to me. It’s all very strange, but at the same time, very amazing! You could say that I’m speaking my own kind of words, which is awesome to hear.
Second, what’s up with cupcakes? How come you always talk about them all the time?
Cupcakes are awesome! I love cupcakes, especially red velvet, buttercream AND DON’T GET ME STARTED ON CHOCOLATE CHIP! Oh… I just really really like cupcakes. And of course, making cupcakes just makes everyone happier for some reason, and I like happy people. Happy people are what makes the world a brighter place.
Third, I think you’re really cool. How do I get to be like you when I grow up?
I’m honored that you think I’m really cool! It means a lot coming from you. Honestly, you should try to get as many high grades as possible, if you’re stuck, you can email me for help. You should also try to do nice things for people, because it will eventually help you in the long run. Be yourself, that’s the only way you’ll get where you’ll need to be.
And finally, are you having fun?
I’m having so much fun! I’m meeting new friends, I’m meeting new people, it’s just an amazing experience! I hope that even after this Simposium is over, I can still email and chat to some of my friends that I have met in this convention. I really want to keep these friendships long lasting.
Thank you, Joel somethingorotherIalwaysforgetyourname Cupcake.
And now for an important message from our sponsor.
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Thank you, Bear-head, for that important message.
Our next guest is known around all the space frontiers as simply The. Best. Dancer. Ever.
It’s Rose Fletcher, everyone! Let’s hear it for Rose! Rose is gonna show us how to have fun when we dance. Go for it, Rosearoonie!
Ok. That’s it for dancing.
This just in:
…fourteen divided by–oh. That’s my math homework. Never mind!
And now for today’s deep thoughts…
Do you ever wonder why we have soap bubbles when we don’t even really have water? I mean, we have picture of water, right? Like is that like “pitcher of water”? No. Because you pour out of a pitcher of water. But our water is just digital animation. So it’s a picture. Still it gives us hygiene and makes dishes clean, so whatever. Do you like to sing in the shower? I do. My mom sounds like an opera star when she sings in the shower. And my dad sounds like a woolly llama!
–Just about got it wrapped up, Bunny? It’s pretty much bedtime.