I had two very attractive Sims and they had a baby. But the kid was hideous — so I had it taken away. Then they had a daughter, and she was beautiful; but once she started school, she brought a friend home. It was the first kid.
I barbecued my baby because my baby daddy was annoying AF – then I served up the BBQ baby at his dinner party.
I made the family from 7th Heaven. I even replicated the house. Once they had established themselves in the neighborhood, I killed each of them off in order of the level of dislike I had for their character.
I created a bunch of historic dictators and moved them into one little house. It was a single room with a toilet and a fridge, and I just made them watch each other shit all day. They all hated each other and died off pretty quickly.
I made my Sim have sex with an alien at her birthday party and made her husband, stepdaughter, brother, sister-in-law, and infant son watch. Then she had the alien’s baby, which I burned in a room because I didn’t want some weird green alien baby.
The Grim Reaper fell in love with my Sim — so I made her murder another Sim every day so they could see each other.
–Preston Cadle, Facebook
A burglar broke into my Sim’s house, so I had my Sim buy a cow-plant, befriend the burglar, and invite her over again. The burglar was eaten by the cow-plant. Then I had my Sim drink the milk the cow-plant produced from eating the burglar.
I made four Sims and trapped them in four identical kitchens, without doors. I made them cook and cook until they all set the stoves on fire and burned to death and only one remained.
I created eight teens, made them all enemies, put them in an arena, and watched what unfolded. I even had one ambitious tribute make a snowstorm with the weather machine. But then the snow turned to fire and they all burned to death.
–Rachael Crawley, Facebook
I’ve killed so many Sims that the Grim Reaper is a close friend of the family. After he collects the soul of my most recent murder, he hangs out with the family, has dinner, and helps the children with their homework.
–Brandy Stormageddon Wheelhouse, Facebook
I keep parental control software on my kid’s computer that send me screenshots every five minutes. One week I found HUNDREDS of images of Sims locked in tiny rooms without doors or windows, peeing, crying, and dying. There were more rooms lined with urns in the background.
–Oskar Minion Hillebrandt, Facebook
I made my Sim start a relationship with every girl in the neighborhood, and after they all fell in love with my Sim, I threw a gigantic dinner party and invited them all over at once — just to watch the chaos unfold. They LINED UP to slap him.
–Tison Hiland, Facebook
I made nine glass boxes and trapped Sims inside so the neighbors could watch them slowly piss themselves and starve to death as they passed by.
–Anna Domingo, Facebook
Every time my Sim had a baby boy, I neglected the crap out of it until Child Protective Services showed up because the choices for boy clothes were just dreadful.
–Mandy Kowalsky, Facebook
I made a “perfect” family, except I made the dad secretly gay and made a household of eight gay men next door. He woohoo’d regularly with all of them. Well, one time I invited all of his gay lovers over and introduced them to his wife — then made him woohoo all of his boyfriends at once and made his wife watch.
I made my Sims the characters from Grey’s Anatomy and locked them all in a room that they kept lighting on fire until all but two were killed. The last two to survive got married and had a family together. It was Arizona and Richard Webber.
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