Now that Jeremy’s made some progress in his love life, it’s time to give Jesse his turn. I have him invite over the cute DJ from a couple chapters back, and she shows up to the house all flirty. There’s some kind of hidden romance enhancer near this door, I swear. The ladies are always so hot and bothered when they get here. Continue reading
Jesse really starts showing me he’s not into the Public Enemy lifestyle when he rolls a whim to apologize to his cousin, Nylah, after picking a fight with her back at their costume party. Continue reading
Ever since I directed Jeremy to earn some guitar skill so he could get promoted in the entertainer career, he enjoys playing the guitar autonomously. By the look on his face, he’s not too confident in his ability yet, but with enough practice, he might become as good as his dad. Continue reading
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Jeremy’s teenage years are drawing to a close, and it’s time to start planning for a birthday party. He tells Jesse that he thinks it would be wise to invite Gerardo, since he has some suspicions about the relationship between Gerardo’s mom and their dad. Continue reading
We’re getting close to Jeremy and Jesse’s adult birthdays, and I’d like to finish as much of their aspirations as possible before they age up. So I take the two of them to the park so that Jesse can meet some new sims to be disliked by. He needs to be disliked by four sims to finish the second milestone.
The first thing that happens when the lot loads is this girl who I’ve never seen before shows Jeremy a video on her phone. Like the interaction was already halfway finished when the lot loaded, it was a little strange. She’s cute though, so I’m thinking I’ll keep an eye on her. Continue reading
We’re on the second generation now, so I’m gonna abbreviate the title heh. I should probably just change it completely, but I’ll think about that later lol. Continue reading