Thursday, May 27, 2010

Toddler This: still continues


“Guess who? That’s right. She’s back… or I am and she’s back to simming on occasion and updating very slowly because she played this some time ago but hasn’t bothered to update. She’ll says it’s because of work but I don’t think I’d believe her-”
The off screen voice growls. “What did I tell you about this ad lib thing?”
Jenn gets an overly confidently glint in her eyes. “What are you going to do? Fire me? Then you’d have to do all this on your own. You don’t want to so you have me here and besides-”


The screen suddenly cuts to a still photo of the current victims while an eerie song plays in the background that only an avid World of Warcraft player would recognize as the annoying music played in Icecrown.


The off screen voice continues sans the host. “Frustrated with the turn of events, I sent Christina to call for a nanny. Desperate times and all that jazz, plus I was hoping she would be kind enough to piddle and earn us a few points back.”


“Time is running out, two more days and not one toddler is potty trained. I don’t expect them to have all three of their skills learned but by the time they transition they should at the very least be toilet trained!”


“The toddlers are often left to entertain themselves, yet that isn’t an issue. What is an issue is they are left unattended too often, with negative results. Mind you no points were taken, nor were any toddlers. Still…”


“While our fearless yet exhausted victim took a cat nap, the nanny did manage to see after the girls. Unfortunately for her, there are so many toddlers, only one her and no time to take care of her own needs…”


“Which Aer took as a cause for celebration. Have I mentioned how utterly disgusting toddlers are? No? Well let’s just be glad ignorance is bliss and save these photos for blackmail later, shall we?”


“Time is running out. Tick Tock, Tick Tock! Our Victim becomes anxious to get these children platinum before the witching hour. The toddlers are naturally no help and became needier as the hour grew later.”


“At last there is a light at the end of this tunnel! One has learned the art of piddling. Surely more will follow… only look closely… we have a new problem. It eventually worked itself out and CeeCee manages to ‘wake up’ enough to be interacted with.”


“As the girls learn, they become platinum. As they are platinum, now was their chance to grow up. Most remembered to stay platinum for Christina… some forgot.”


“The nanny became more inept as the challenge drew to an end. The stress was too much for her old body, much to the dismay of a certain young one.”


“Still the girls are troopers and do their best to grow up… *sighs* well. Five down, two to go. The challenge is almost to an end. Can you feel it? Can you feel the excitement and anticipation?”


“Or do you feel the glitches mounting? Its okay, there are work arounds to life’s little bumps in the road.”


“Before the witching hour drew, our last two hold outs finally give in and both grow up as well as can be expected.”


“At last… it is time. At last she can sleep. The challenge has come to an end. Taking her weary body to bed she lays her head upon the pillow. Only to be awaken by a nightmare.” A nasty crash is heard accompanied by a distant scream. “That’s right. It isn’t over. All of the girls haven’t grown up. The challenge isn’t over.”
Christina scoffs. “I’m still not scared.”

Toddler This: Ends?



2 comments:

Anjel76 said...

Being platinum is overrated. *snub* ;O))

Now ... I'm not quite sure what happened at the end. She's awakened by a nightmare ... a nasty crash is heard ... a distant scream ... and then ... ????

Who hasn't grown up?? Was it CeeCee? But ... you show a picture of her as a kid! What gives??

*iz confuzzled*

petalbrook said...

Congrats on potty-training the little mon . . . uh darlings!