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Fun Fun Fundies, Sims 2 and 4

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How to Ruin a Restaurant's Atmosphere

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mango_fandango

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This is a non fundie family, the Farnleys. Consists of Anna and Matt, their adopted daughter Cassia, and their bio twin daughters Alicia and Maddie. 

Anna owns a restaurant, which is moderately successful. She's there at the moment. An elderly couple arrived, she greeted them. Suddenly, the male Sim got up... and DIED. Right there, in a corner of the restaurant. DUN DUN DUN Grim Reaper appears.

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I gave the post this title because the restaurant has always had a good ambiance rating (you don't get an ambiance rating per se, but it's one thing that can influence a customer's enjoyment). Witnessing a death is rather a dampener. 

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Incidentally the next shift was much better. 22 customers were served and the restaurant now has four stars!

It was odd how sad Anna became after the guy died. He was a total stranger, the only interaction they’d had was for her to welcome him and his wife to the restaurant. 

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