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humjosh


Joined: 06/09/09 10:09 PM
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Only just realised that for some reason I put a full stop (period for all the Americans ) at the end of my sim's name when I was in CAS, and it's kinda bugging me Is there a way to change your sim's name, or more specifically their surname?

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Antminnie1


Joined: 05/29/09 07:17 PM
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Ha ha, don't worry, you can change it. Click on the business building and there should be an option to change your sim's name.

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SlinkyScrap


Joined: 06/11/09 11:54 PM
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During the regular business hours you can click on the City Hall and have the name changed.

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ZzephyrSZ


Joined: 05/30/09 02:14 AM
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The option is at the City Hall, not the business building. But yes, click on City Hall and you will see the option to "change name...".
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Simsimply


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I think you actually change their names at the city hall, but you need to make sure it is doing the city's hall business hours.
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lurius


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Actually, you don't get to change your name in the business buliding, but in the Town Hall. Very practical, since I discovered that my ******* heir to the family fortune automatically changed his last name when his mother got married to one of the Landgrabs.
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aleneghan619


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Do Americans call fullstops ..'periods?'

lol..

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Pixie88


Joined: 06/14/09 06:50 PM
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Go to City Hall and change their name.
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SlinkyScrap


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aleneghan619 wrote:Do Americans call fullstops ..'periods?'

lol..


Yes, we are weird like that. I've actually never heard of '.' this being called a 'fullstop'. Sounds like something a captain would say in a boat, not what you would call a punctuation mark.

Anyway, I suppose you learn something every day!

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Nik24X7


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aleneghan619 wrote:Do Americans call fullstops ..'periods?'

lol..

Yes. The punctuation mark at the end of a sentence is called a period here. I always think of a telegraph message when I hear the word "fullstop".

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awsome18


Joined: 06/03/09 12:29 AM
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aleneghan619 wrote:Do Americans call fullstops ..'periods?'

lol..


lol im an american and yes we do.

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Gouka989


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Nik24X7 wrote:
aleneghan619 wrote:Do Americans call fullstops ..'periods?'

lol..

Yes. The punctuation mark at the end of a sentence is called a period here. I always think of a telegraph message when I hear the word "fullstop".


Yes, it's a fullstop, period! Isn't English a wonderful language?
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SlinkyScrap


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Gouka989 wrote:
Nik24X7 wrote:
aleneghan619 wrote:Do Americans call fullstops ..'periods?'

lol..

Yes. The punctuation mark at the end of a sentence is called a period here. I always think of a telegraph message when I hear the word "fullstop".


Yes, it's a fullstop, period! Isn't English a wonderful language?


Yes, it is, so is 'American', LOL. I can make fun of my own language.

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humjosh


Joined: 06/09/09 10:09 PM
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Hehe thanks guys, I'll go change her name right now

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lil_vicky61


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aleneghan619 wrote:Do Americans call fullstops ..'periods?'

lol..



Canadians call it periods too

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