They first move into their new home. A happy family getting a new lead. Everyone in the neighborhood comes by to introduce themselves, and everything seems to be going swimmingly! Then one day, after the family goes to bed, any essence of the house is gone except for the beds they're laying in, and a phone. They wake up, to see everything gone. One of the family members calls the entire neighborhood over for a 'party'. One by one, the guests arrive to the empty lot. The remaining beds and phone disappear while all the guests are being greeted. Members of the family place themselves strategically around the lot, and then call guests over to their position. Batch One is in position. Guests are trapped in tiny prisons that appear out of nowhere, the prisons barely larger than a square meter. The family members reposition themselves, and call over the individuals of Batch Two. Just like Batch One, Batch Two is imprisoned. Any remaining stragglers are confined as well. The family members move to their own predetermined locations, and in turn, they are imprisoned. What started out as a 'party' is now a systematic grid of prisons with barely any room to move in. Days go by. Before long, all the prisoners are starving and sleeping on their feet in puddles of their own urine. One by one they all curl up on their knees and die. Every last one of them systemically murdered! Refused even the tiniest bits of nourishment! THEY STAND ALMOST SLEEPLESSLY FOR DAYS UNTIL FINALLY THEY DIE IN A POOL OF THEIR OWN WASTE. THEY ALL DIE. NO SURVIVORS. AND WHEN ALL OF THEIR WRETCHED, MISERABLE LIVES COME TO AN END, GRAVESTONES LITTER THE PROPERTY, AND ARE ALL SOLD FOR A FEW LOUSY SIMOLEONS. Before long, the neighborhood is filled with new residents. A new family moves onto the lot. Let the games begin.
I thought so too, but it's quite worth reading :nodding:
Okay, I'll give it a read then.
Mildly amusing at best.
"Let the games begin" was the best part.