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Parkers Part Eleven: Some University Screenshots

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mango_fandango

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I've mostly been playing Sims 4 recently, but I've recently got back into Sims 3. I also have a few saves other than the Parkers, and I've been playing them. I do have a few screenshots of Chloe at university, though. 

Chloe lives on her own at university, rather than in a dorm with heathens. Of course it'd be better if she lived with someone else, but I am ultimately the one in control of Chloe so I'll make sure she doesn't get up to anything dodgy. 

In this first screenshot, we see that Chloe's top and her sofa match. It's rather an odd look. but Chloe loves that pattern and this is her first taste of independence and being able to decorate as she wants. 

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Chloe loves playing music, and she decided to play guitar on her porch. 

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Every new student gets invited to the Student Union at midday, to learn more about their course and to meet other newbies. Chloe hopped on her bike and headed towards the student union.

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Chloe was a little concerned when she first met her fellow students. One of them was wearing a skirt, albeit a very short one, and another was wearing SHORTS! Chloe had never met any woman wearing shorts or trousers of any kind. 

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Chloe eventually swallowed her feelings and began chatting to another student. The student didn't really need to be told that red was Chloe's favourite colour; it was patently obvious.

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Chloe was intrigued by the pool table. Her parents had never owned one, but she was intrigued and decided to have a go. It didn't look too complicated, after all.

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Back at her house, Chloe was hungry. She decided to make herself a hamburger for dinner. She was eager to begin classes the next day, although she did have some doubts as to whether her homeschool education was enough. 

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