Friday, August 21, 2015
Custom CAS Trait: Social Media Addict
Like lightening, you can swap browser tabs and press that “Like” button before the status can even reach the infant age of two seconds. Home or away, your very first instinct is to check your pockets. Got your phone? Perfect. Now you can gather the rest of your essentials. The internet plays a major role in your life and a day without it results in a day or boredom and utter misery. Who else would take pictures of your food and post it for you?
Custom CAS Trait: Insomniac
The smell of pancakes lingers heavily in the air, surprisingly making it upstairs to your bedroom and invading its comfortable capacity with its naturally sweet aroma. Morning? Already? There’s no way it could be sunrise so soon. Despite being awoken, the manner was pleasant as you pass the bedrooms in the hall, peeking in naturally. In the last, you find her exactly where you had left her last night. She’s still watching television and looks as if she hasn’t blinked once all night. Don’t worry, she’ll come downstairs for her breakfast. She’ll never sleep through anything.
Hi. I’m Drew. There’s nothing clever to write here today(well, this second, wow it’s 4 A.M.) and this will most likely be an unused/undesired trait because of its nature. And that’s 100% okay. If I could get rid of it or avoid it too, I would have a long time ago. This was my first personal trait ever created for my own use. When you play the sims, sometimes you like to make it personal. You make yourself. And when I taught myself to create traits, I wanted to give my game a personal feel. Deeper than feelings, and my house and looks and more. Too bad I’m not able to make my ol’ dog. But maybe some time soon with Pets!
“Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disorder that has affected people throughout history. People with the disorder may hear voices other people don’t hear. They may believe other people are reading their minds, controlling their thoughts, or plotting to harm them. This can terrify people with the illness and make them withdrawn or extremely agitated.