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Storfallet year 47-49, Storfallet's Bar & Gym

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Oct. 18th, 2008 | 09:47 am

Storfallet is Mattsmyra's first pure townie-lot, by the way

Three-bolter fiancées Britta Persson and Robin Logren share their first ever woohoo. Not the last I would believe.

Robin and Britta are throwing a wedding party in the morning. The beautiful morning light is seeping through the wedding arc. Not an eye remains dry.

Except Robin’s. He looks bored as a teenager as usual. Britta is thinking about what awaits after the ceremony.

Britta deserves a close-up shot on her wedding day. Imagine that red haired townie kid, growing up to be so pretty! She can now call herself Mrs Robin Logren.

Then the party’s starting for real, with drinking and checking each other out.

And it’s cake stuffing time

And after the quick limo tour, the newlyweds are continuing their drinking.

Room mate Konrad Platz missed the wedding, since he was working, but he managed to get home in time before the cake got spoilt. Lucky him!

The barmaid is staying through the night, and there is a spontaneous drinking party evolving in the evening hours. In the middle in blue sweater, Konrad, to the right of him, Karla Berglöv, his love interest. Well, they’re not in love, not yet, but there is a two-bolt attraction.

Britta’s dream is to own 5 top level businesses, so she’s starting a home gym/karaoke bar with pool, and hopes it will sell itself.

And the gym part of the business is popular all times of night or day, so the money are rolling in steadily.

Storfallet after round 13:
Konrad Platz
Britta (Persson) Logren
Robin Logren

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from: mordana666
date: Mar. 19th, 2009 06:47 pm (UTC)

You're selling me on the idea of opening a home business in the Hallows. It must be a great way for meeting sims, especially good for popularity sims.

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from: ciyrose
date: Mar. 22nd, 2010 05:57 pm (UTC)

Hmmm....a home gym. That might be a nice business....or just a gym. *ideas forming*

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from: olivethegreat
date: Jun. 24th, 2010 08:59 pm (UTC)

I don't tend to do home businesses very often but a home venue business seems like it would do really well.

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from: jungfrun68
date: Jun. 25th, 2010 08:29 am (UTC)

It did work out very well, but make sure to lock the doors to your house, to prevent customers to complain about dirty dishes and filthy bathrooms. And make sure to serve comfort soup, since it's the number one spreding ground for the flu!

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