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27 November 2012 @ 08:53 am
Week 15 - Elliot  

Last week the Elliot family adopted a second cat. Keegan and Mathew moved out on their own. Elliot Auto reached rank 8, but not without Fletcher trying to hit on some customers. Devon became a teen, started helping out at the dealer and also started a relationship with Preston Okitikoo, who claimed he was straight.

Fletcher's employees come and go and this week he needs a new cashier.

Ashlee is the first of the couple to become an elder.

With Fletcher's business getting close to rank 10, he decides to promote his young employee, Fred, to manager.

I think this is why Devon is gay... women absolutely bore him.

Devon was feeling pretty lonely with Preston off at Uni. So Preston took a break from studying for the night and the boys spend some time together.

The cats love to lord over the kitchen.

Fletcher follows his wife into elderhood. He also gets a little more grown up style.

Now you can see why they like to hang out in the kitchen.

Yay! He has also earned enough money to donate the funds to build Sterling Falls' first athletic stadium!

Katekatee412 on November 28th, 2012 03:45 am (UTC)
I really like the idea of the families that do well financially donating money for facilities :)
Love Stained Heartlvstndhrt on November 28th, 2012 05:22 pm (UTC)
I do too. I think its a great way to get rid of some extra cash and it is realistic. Fletcher had to work really hard to get enough money to donate for the field though.
Maranatahmaranatah on January 9th, 2013 06:31 pm (UTC)
It's amazing how many businesses you have on rank 10! I've never had one in my game.. :o
Love Stained Heartlvstndhrt on January 10th, 2013 04:36 am (UTC)
Jobs where sims sell stuff are pretty easy to get to rank 10, you just have to take care of the customers. I just have my playable sim perform basic sell actions on everyone until they buy something. If there are multiple customers I'll have him perform the action once on each of them and then just repeat the rotation until the bar fills up. The ticket machine businesses I haven't quite figured out yet.