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This iconic aspect of The Sims has so far remained unremarked upon by Septomom, but for the first time ever, Patty’s diamond is a sort of muddy, sludgy mustard colour instead of the brooding red it has hitherto been. These diamonds that float above the Sims’ heads, apart from symbolising the gossamer hand of fate pulling us by our vain hopes inexorably toward chaos and despair, are a handy dandy guide to a given Sim’s mood. Although Patty’s still isn’t the nuclear waste green that represents true happiness, as seen on the game’s cover art (and THE HULK’s epidermis), mustard is progress.
Davy, having spent the entire night working to keep Patty’s children alive while she sleeps, decides to leave before the day has even begun. Typical! The least he could do is stay here forever and look after my children until he dies.