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A blog dedicated to the popular mobile game, The Simpsons™: Tapped Out

Daily Archives: December 4, 2013

Minor update, possible episode tie-in!

There has just been a minor update.

Thanksgiving has been removed and there appears to be a short quest involving Lisa and Skinner so keep both these characters free.

Watch this space for more information.

Edit by feelingblind: The abridged and unabridged guides have now been posted.

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Life Ruiningly Fun

D’oh! We’re so used to hearing that exclamation every time something goes awry with our affable patriarch, Homer Simpson, that is has become seriously ubiquitous. Homer Doh

The problem is, I seem to be having more and more of these “Homer Moments since I started playing Tapped Out. And, with the looming Christmas event, I can only see my D’oh’s increasing.

Here’s a typical day in my head as my rational mind tries to interfere with either tapping, decorating, writing or thinking about doing any of these things:  … Hey lazy, you need to go for your morning run – D’oh!  You’re late for work (again!) – D’oh!  You forgot to eat breakfast – D’oh!  You missed your train stop – D’oh!  You know, you really should have called to wish your mother a happy birthday – D’oh!  Dude, lunch time was over 30 minutes ago – D’oh!  Go over your notes before the meeting – D’oh!  Jeeez, you just missed your train stop again – D’oh! What is it little kitty? I forgot to feed you? – D’oh!  If you hurry you can still make your spinning class – D’oh!  Your credit card bill says what? – D’oh!  You’ve got a big day tomorrow, better get some rest – D’oh!  For crying out loud, it 2:00 AM get some sleep! – D’oh!

If I didn’t have a little tapping device in my hand you would think I was getting senile – and you might just be right! But that’s the joy of the game and being hooked on it. It really is quite addictive and really quite fun!

So what about you fellow Tappers? How has TSTO affected you in a Life Ruiningly Fun way? I’ve heard horror stories of distracted drivers, divorces and lots and lots of yelling and crying. But I’ve also heard of marriage proposals, family time and lots and lots of giggles. So tell us, what’s your story?


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