I just saw the post about the fire mod. I don't think I'll bother with that one. If Sims are stupid enough to run to a fire and get close enough to catch fire, they deserve to die. Harsh isn't it. I have to leave options open for killing them off. Can't have them overpopulating.
I'm not sure if this is mod behavior or not, but I was playing the Smith household in Strangetown when something I have never seen in over ten years of playing occurred. Jill is a teen and is on a bit of a wild streak. She's sneaking around with boys and girls, going out on dates, throwing parties -- her parents' worst nightmare. This particular night, she had Santiago Goth over from Pleasantview. It was late, about 2am, and they were on their way up to the bedroom, sneaking past a slumbering Jenny on the couch, when Jenny jumps up and immediately starts lecturing Jill. Jill is wringing her hands and looking very sheepish and ashamed, and two notifications arise on the right-hand corner. One says, from Jenny, "Jill, this is not how we behave in this house!" and the other says "How could you violate my trust like this, young lady?" I've never seen or heard of this before! Is this standard game behavior? Has anyone else had this experience?
That's what I figured, I was just surprised as Jill hadn't snuck out at all. She and her date had been at home the entire time, so my interpretation of it was that Jenny was appalled she had a boy over so late in the night. The reactions still translate about the same sentiment.