Yeah, that's not remotely suggestive.
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I've figured that the best way to cheat the whole courtship/compatibility problem is to have your heirs date classmates, and then throw a birthday party for your best friend. Nothing like grabbing the teen sweetheart. So Lakshmi Martinez gets Bonnie Simovitch of the great personality and unfortunate hair.
Since I'm trying out Generations, I throw a batchelorette party for Lakshmi, which turns out to be just as tasteless as the real thing. The exotic dancer shows up, sets up in the bathroom, and gets immediately shooed out. And unlike every other party, the guests just won't go home. I had the exotic dancer and two other guests sleeping on lawnchairs.
After a morning's sleep and a shower, it's time for the of Lakshmi and Bonnie of the unfortunate hair.
Constance of the behive hair, is really excited by the wedding. She's so excited, she spends the next three hours of game time throwing rice at an empty arch.
Three discoveries about weddings in Generations:
1: You get valuable prizes and gifts.
2: Newlyweds are extremely affectionate with each other.
3: They have a "get frisky" interaction, which appears to mean, "let's have a quickie."
Since I'm the impatient sort, Bonnie of the less unfortunate hair calls the adoption agency the next day. The day after Chandra arrives I get the doll, and pretty soon I have toddler-doll interactions. Toddlers are obsessed with the magic doll. And the magic doll is obsessed with the toddler, teleporting to whatever room the toddler happens to be in.
So Chandra ages up. Eats cake goes to bed, and is awakened by Bink the Doll. I can't figure out if this is cute or creepy.