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Hey! Is it possible to make a female sim wahoo a male sim without even marrying him??? if so... does she go pregnant?!
Asked at 19:24 on Tuesday 16 August 2005 by Reechna (Madeline) Report this Question


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Yea i did it!! My sim Girl was married and the male( it can be the female) Had an afair with 4 different woman and the girls got pregnant.... but he did ask them to move in with them after that happened!
Answered at 19:50 on Tuesday 16 August 2005 by Alicia (BabySimsr2cute)
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But i tried to do "it" but it's not in the options...or should their relationship be higher?; For mine it's 100% for the top bar and 55% for the bottom bar
Answered at 19:56 on Tuesday 16 August 2005 by Reechna (Madeline)
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the relationship needs to be higher. it doesn't matter if you are married or not.
Answered at 19:27 on Wednesday 17 August 2005 by kristen (-kristen)
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Thanks! It worked:p
Answered at 19:43 on Wednesday 17 August 2005 by Reechna (Madeline)
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Sorry to ask this here but:

How many lots are there to build on in one community?
Answered at 16:36 on Thursday 18 August 2005 by Brad (scitama)
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Quite much! You can place a lot for yourself. I think you should click on build mode in the neighbourhood, there u'll find lots of all sizes. choose wat suits you. there are 2 by 3 lots, 2 by 2 lots, etc. click on one of them, place it where you want to build on a house... I dont buy lots, i prefer buying houses. Anywayz am rite for the above...rite?
Answered at 16:52 on Thursday 18 August 2005 by Reechna (Madeline)
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