Yeah, I was kinda trying to work with RT Designs' latest catchphrase, "Making your Second Life as elegant as you deserve it to be". This week, well... it didn't really happen as planned.
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You see, I made these... not so elegant chairs. In my opinion, they're some of the most awesome things I've ever made.
They've got the funky colours, the alternative theme (well, I'm assuming that sitting on a big tongue is a bit alternative, at least for some people - but... I really shouldn't keep talking about it because my mind is already going places it shouldn't), and it makes people happy to see something like this.
Yes, it is lots of fun. Each of these chairs are made up of only seven prims, they have poses for both men and women, and yes, they have been tested for both rabies and gingivitis, and most important of all...
They have been potty trained.
Each of these can be yours for only $149L in-world or in the Marketplace - and if you hurry, this weekend the striped chair is on sale for only $70L!
Also new this week is this beautiful gazebo.
19 prims, awesome premium texturing, 2 stools and plenty of room to put any plants in the plant boxes on the sides. Beauty, class, and fun!
This gazebo is also available both in the Marketplace and in-world for only $149L.
So come down now to RT Designs. Check out these new items, hunt for the gifts available for the Just for Fun hunt and the Creative Angels hunt (they're worth looking for - I promise!), and make sure you bring a BIG shopping bag. I'll keep the hot cocoa warm for you!
September 8, 2011
"SL's Classes!!. What is your position in the social ladder?" - In SL everyone is apparently equal. There seems to be a common beginning for all. Everyone has a chance to have the same things,the same opportunities. Yet, as time goes by, we realise that there is a certain hierarchy, there are ranks, there are influent people in SL, even a few SL celebrities. What kind of impact does this have in the way SL residents behave? Or is that just something that doesnt influence our behaviour? Drop by to share your opinion on this topic! We are looking forward to seeing you at LnL this Thursday at 2pm SLT! :) London Junkers (moderator)
September 7, 2011
Only falling petals are missing when you wear LeeZu's new and chic Vargass dress. The lace underlayer compliments the detailed pattern combined with a feminine retro motiff of the babydoll's skirt. The charming orchids decorating the sculpted one-strap bodice remain a contrast to the delicate outfit, available in 3 colors in the Bargains Section. TP Here
Eingestellt von Barbara Nicholls um 8:34 AM