Chapter 4.5 – Just a little bit robophobic
Murphy was the first Bailey to really become attached to Tremayne. He found the simbot’s cold metal exterior somewhat soothing to snuggle up to. Eventually it got to a stage where Murphy would only allow Tremayne to pick him up to allow him to blow out the candles on his birthday cake. Although Judd did his best to put on a happy face, the fact that Murphy was forming such a strong bond with Tremayne upset him deeply. He was a little bit robophobic you see.A few birthdays later, Murphy grew wise to his father’s hatred for robots, so started to avoid hanging out with Tremayne as much, although it was obviously a painful thing to do.He found ways to cope, however, even if they did reflect on a particular incident involving a certain Irish and her doll, Crissy, a couple of generations ago.The triplets had also aged up over the cleverly placed time transition. Malibu was a fairly creative individual with a disciplined nature.Amaretto was said to be rather eccentric and hated to leave the comfort of her crib, let alone the house.And Jameson was just a bundle of pure energy combined with an artistic nature.Anyways, enough of the snotty nosed children and their personality traits. Hayley had met a guy called Dale Peacock (actual true in-game generated name), and since she was getting on a bit and her ovaries were starting to shrivel up, she decided to get down on one knee and
suck his propose to him. Funnily enough, they decided not to move in together straight away. Hayley was still enjoying being part of the legacy way too much to suddenly leave and become a forgotten entity. She also saved Coco money by being a handy babysitter for the children. Since there is no actual other way to end this chapter, here is a scandalous photograph of Judd, dancing his little furry chest off in Sunlit Tides’ most (and only) notorious gay club.