Anyone who had a computer as a kid growing up played The Sims at least once or 500 times. In fact, if we didn’t have a computer, we went to some retro/weird computer gaming lounge that served popcorn and soda just so we can make fake families and kill them slowly (so morbid). But, in all reality, as kids and even as adults, we’re all obsessed with living vicariously through fake, animated versions of ourselves – or our “dream selves.” And, if you’ve ever played The Sims, you’d know that game is always glitching TF out.
I Write Sims Not Tragedies pic.twitter.com/3CWfZloGaq
— ? (@stylesfilm) August 16, 2016
My life is starting to feel like The Sims. Anyone relate to this?? pic.twitter.com/mJTwLNmXTa
— Samantha Whiplash (@Dirtygirlsammie) September 15, 2017
The Sims 2 had some interesting missions pic.twitter.com/kCepeVvnBD
— #VideoGames (@Holy_Lolz) September 15, 2017