This has been driving me crazy forever, I hate how now when you go under #waist training (specially on Instagram) and all you really find are pictures of these rubbery-gym-like-FAJAS and of course are also under #corsets those rubber things that make you sweaty are NOT corsets and they will not ever get you anywhere close to where a corset can. A genuine corset should have quality steel, boning, lacing, get you down inches and not bra like clips on the front. I’m just trying to make sure girls stop getting ripped off and just trying to show the huge difference.
Expose: Shedding Light on Collective Beauty by Laura K Photography
Found these pictures through The Militant Baker’s website. Through each picture you can see women as they actually are and every single one of them is beautiful.
I JUST LOVE THIS SO MUCH. :”)
i have two moods:
1. everybody get the fuck away from me
2. someone come over and cuddle and watch movies with me
there is no in between
Hello all, Please note:
Please note: This thread is a work in progress, and will be continually updated in the next few months as the game is released and more information is collected on official (and unofficial) support for various graphics cards. Stay posted
Some of you may remember my previous “Supported Graphics Card List” that was created for The Sims 3, a semi-unofficial fan-made list of graphics cards that had been confirmed to work with the game. I’m back again with a new list (the full list will be coming soon) of graphics cards that are confirmed to work with The Sims 4, including some information of what kind of performance to expect.
The following list is incomplete, but is a good guess of which newer architecture cards will be supported (only desktop cards at the moment – there will be an update for laptop users in the near future!) :
Windows Supported Video Cards
NVIDIA GeForce series
GTX 550 Ti, GTX 560, GTX 570
GT 630, GT 640, GTX 650, GTX 650 Ti, GTX 660, GTX 660 Ti
GT 730, GT 740, GTX 750, GTX 750 Ti, GTX 760
AMD Radeon series
HD 7750, HD 7770, HD 7790, HD 7850, HD 7870
R7 260, R7 260X, R7 265, R9 270, R9 270X
Intel Integrated series
GMA 4500, GMA X4500, GMA X4500HD
Intel HD graphics
HD 4200, HD 4400, HD 4600
HD 5000, HD 5100, HD 5200, HD 5500, Iris, Iris Pro
BLACK = Cards that meet the recommended requirements
ORANGE = Cards that will probably play The Sims 4, but not at higher graphical settings.
RED = Cards that will only play at lowest graphical settings.
Please Note: For optimum performance, we recommend either an Intel Core i5 series and above, or an AMD FX series and above CPU, and at least 4GB of RAM.
Seeing as this thread is a work in progress, here is what I hope to achieve in the future:
- A full list of supported Windows desktop and laptop graphics cards
- A system whereby the performance of most cards is tested in The Sims 4, which would require participation from other Simmers
- A list of supported Mac OSX graphics cards (when EA decide to release the Mac version)
- A recommendation service for potential graphics cards upgrades
- This thread is stickied so that it can be easily accessed.
Stay posted, and keep on simming,
Cody & the rest of the team
It is so hard to keep a positive outlook and faith in your heart when life just keeps shoveling shit your way
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Happy 56th Birthday, Michael Joseph Jackson! ♔
How can one man have been so full of magic? Long live the King!