Posted On March 19, 2010

Filed under bradshaw, chung, engebretsen, gothier, halloween, todd

Comments Dropped 9 responses

October, Round 1 – Chung Household – { featuring Dawn Gothier (25) and Don Chung (26) }

Dawn Gothier lived with her boyfriend Don Chung on the fifth floor of the Martin Tower Lofts in Maple City.

She was the daughter of the wealthy and well liked Becca and Bruce Gothier, who were still away traveling in Takimizu.

“Does it look okay?” Dawn groaned, stepping out of her bedroom and into the hallway. She was dressed head to toe in knee high boots, fishnet stockings, tight short shorts, and a rather revealing corset. Perched upon her blonde hair was a set of kitty ears.

“You look hot, babe.” Don laughed. “And anyway, I’m not one to talk, seeing as I’m going to the party dressed as a knight.”

“I look like a whore.” Dawn rolled her eyes. “The owner of the club was always a pervy kind of guy.”

Just look at that face!

Dawn was a DJ, and she had been hired to work the Crypt O’Night Club’s annual halloween party, and the owner had provided her costume.

“I’m sure you won’t be the only one. I heard Flora Engebretsen is attending.” Don said.

“Oh good lord. My cousin doesn’t even know what the word ‘conservative’ is.” Dawn was related to Flora through her mother Becca, who’s brother was Clark Engebretsen, Flora’s father.

As the day turned to evening Don gave Dawn a quick kiss of encouragement, and the two headed out the door to catch a cab.

* * * *

Crypt O’Night Club was a vital part of any Maple City experience. Delightfully creepy and sinfully decorated, it was always popular with the downtown crowd.

Tonight was no different. Halloween was only one week away, and many clubbers jumped at the opportunity to dress as wild and wacky as possible.

There was Shannon and Sandy Todd, who had both showed up as flamenco dancers. Best friends Tracey Mamuyac and Jenna Heggler were dressed as a hula girl and aristocratic lady, respectively. The Linkletters had donned a clown and asian costume, and Ben Ryan danced around as a sailor. Best of all was Samantha Bradshaw, who wore a vampiress’ billowing gown and tiara.

But nobody stood out more than Flora Engebretsen, who, true to form, sported microscopic lingerie and bunny ears. (lol at Crumplebottom cameo! Poor Flora!)

Dawn took her spot at the DJ booth and blasted tunes across the dance floor. When Dawn was working, she was transported to another place. This was the life she had been dreaming of. Nothing compared to the pure fun and sheer joy of following ones heart.

The night wore on, and in addition to several hours of heavy dancing, several drinks had been consumed by the guests, who were beginning to raise the roof.

And there was nothing Dawn loved more than a good party, so she cranked up the volume and watched her friends (and one family member) make utter fools of themselves.

“Do you see what that Flora girl is wearing?” Sandy giggled to her husband. “She might as well go naked!”

“Oh yes, I see her. Honey.” Shannon added quickly, shrinking under his wife’s reproachful glare.

Flora could feel all eyes on her, and normally basked in all the attention. But she was beginning to feel uncomfortable.

“Do you think everyone is talking about me?” Flora asked the closest person, who happened to be Samantha.

“Oh, I don’t think so. I mean, who has any business judging anyone here? It’s not like you’re dressed that crazily.”

Flora thought of her face, drenched in bronzer, blush, glitter, and lipstick. And her chest, ready and willing to burst out of her top at any moment. Or maybe it was the six inch heels?

In any case, Flora quickly fled to the bathroom to throw some clothes on.

As the night began to wind down, Don finally caught up to Don, standing by the bar.

He crept up behind her and tickled her back. “BOO!”

Dawn lept several feet off the floor and let out a scream.

“Wow, I really spooked you there, huh?”

“You jerk!” she joked, slapping his armour.

“Happy Halloween, Dawn!” he smiled, giving her a big hug.

“Happy Halloween, Don.”

* * * *

So here’s a short fun update! I swear, the next week is going to be FULL of updates! I promise! Anywho, this has been in my head awhile and I am really excited to share it with you. I’ve always wanted to use the crazy outfits that came with freetime but never had the opportunity – until now!

Halloween came to mind because I’ve always wanted to incorporate holidays into my sims lives. One because I like the feeling of the passage of time, and two, they’re just plain fun!

thanks for reading.


Some People

Posted On January 16, 2010

Filed under gothier, vacation

Comments Dropped 5 responses

March, Round 1 – Gothier Household { featuring Becca (69) and Bruce Gothier (69) }

The Gothier’s had been together for forty years, and were still going strong. As a matter of fact, Becca loved Bruce just as much as the day she met him.

Although they lived in Maple City, they were currently taking a two year tour of Takimizu Village.

“Hurry up, the taxi’s waiting!” Bruce called from the street.

“I’m coming, I’m coming!” Becca yelled back, taking her time. Darn hotel had way too many steps.

“Is it for another one of those tours?” Becca asked hesitantly. “Because the last one didn’t work out so well.”

“The boat only turned over because of that fly that got in. We’ll be fine.” Bruce answered soothingly. “It’s only a walk through a bamboo forest. Nothing can go wrong.”

“If you say so.” Becca said, climbing into a taxi.

* * * *

An hour later, when the bees had finished attacking them, Becca turned to her husband. “Yeah, we’re doing what I would like to do from now on.”

“Fine by me.”

* * * *

First they went to the market to buy some souvenirs, and that was  where a random man came up to Becca and whispered in her ear, “I can teach you amazing things.”

“And I can kick your ass! Back off, buddy!” Becca replied, quickly running to her husband. “This vacation is becoming very strange.”

“Tell me about it.” Bruce said, shaking his head. “Some people.”

Despite the attacks and harassment, the two of them still managed to have a lovely afternoon.

Next, they went to Immortal Zen Garden, where Bruce prepared tea for them.

“Now that’s more like it.” Becca sighed happily, leaning back on her cushion and sipping her hot cup of tea. “The nature here is breathtaking.”

“You never know how much you need to get out of the city until you actually do.” Bruce commented.

* * * *

They wanted to have one last adventure that evening, and so it was with great excitement that Bruce and Becca took off toward the Pagoda in the Shadows, an ancient landmark known for it’s history and grandeur.

“I can’t believe we’re here! I feel so zen!” Bruce exclaimed.

Being a very spiritual woman, Becca was deeply affected by their surroundings.

“Look at that! How beautiful!” she yelped every five seconds.

“Good evening.” A voice said from their right. “Welcome to the Pagoda in the Shadows.”

“Who’re you?” Bruce asked loudly. Becca kicked him in the shin. “Ow! What the-”

“I am a priest, here to impart wisdom and truth.” the man said.

“Ah!” Becca was delighted. “I’m honored to meet you, sir. Aren’t we, Bruce?” she glared at him.

“Oh, yes, yes it’s great.”

“Would you like to join me for a cup of tea?” he asked.

“Certainly!” Becca replied. The wise old man led them to the table.

“How are you enjoying your stay in Takimizu?”

“It’s the most alluring place I’ve ever been to.” Becca gushed. “And my husband agrees with me!”

“Huh?” Bruce looked up.

“Drink your tea, dear.” Becca patted him on the shoulder. “So, I have to say, I find this place absolutely fascinating!”

“It’s rich in culture and this civilization dates back hundreds of years. In fact, I have a story for you!” the old man stood up. “It’s about the founding of Takimizu. Ahem.” he cleared his throat. “A long time ago…”

He launched into an enthralling tale of adventure, peril, love, and courage.

Becca sat right below the wise old man, gazing up with rapt attention. Bruce fell asleep.

When the old man finished,  Bruce stood up quickly. “Well, we better get going. It’s pretty late.  Could you point us to the gift shop?”

Becca sprang to her feet. “Thank you for your time, sir!” she grabbed her husband by the wrist and forcefully led them out of the pagoda. “Gift shop? Oh my gosh, I’m so embarrassed. Really classy, you are.”

“What? That guy has got to be the most boring person alive. Honestly, how uninteresting can one man be?”

“Just because someone’s not… lively enough for your taste doesn’t mean you should be rude!”

They walked down the stairs and into the night, squabbling loudly. Much to the amusement of the wise old man.

* * * *

The next day Becca took them to Sky Arc Spire, where they amused themselves playing traditional games with the locals until they were starving.

“What do you say we grab some dinner at the restaurant next door?” Bruce asked, giving the blonde across from him another hundred. “This lady is hanging me out to dry.”

“Sure! I still don’t know why we haven’t tried it out yet.”

So that was how they found themselves at TakiMaki Dining.

“I propose a toast!” Bruce declared. “To us! Happy fortieth anniversary, Becca!”

“Happy anniversary, honey.” They raised their glasses and toasted to their life together.

* * * *

By the time they had returned to Jade’s Exclusive Villa’s, it was dark.

“Are you thinking what I’m thinking?” Bruce asked his wife as they approached their suite and passed the hot springs.

“I thought you’d never ask!” she cried, practically sprinting into their room and emerging moments later with her bathing suit. “Let’s go!”

“I’m so glad we did this.” Becca said, laying back in the hot springs.

“Do you mean ‘this’ the hot springs, or ‘this’ the vacation?”

“Both, I guess.” Becca looked back at Bruce. “And you know what?”


She smiled widely, and reached for his hand. “I wouldn’t have done it with anyone else.”

* * * *

And when they climbed into bed, Becca playfully slapped Bruce on the back of the head.

“What did I do now?”

“Nothing.” Becca snuggled close to him under the covers. “I just can’t believe some of the outrageous things that come out of your mouth sometimes.”

This time, Bruce shook his head. “Well, you know what I always say. Some people…”

* * * *

Happy 40th Bruce and Becca! They are the definition of meant to be. Despite what Becca says (or how pissed off she looks in every photo!) they are very happy together, even after all this time.

They both rolled the want to stay in Takimizu, and they keep rolling all these wants to do things here, so I figured  I figured what the heck, they’re elders, (and rich!) so they should stay as long as they want.

Oh, and their daughter, Dawn, lives with her boyfriend in Maple City. You’ll meet her a little later. 😀