Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Now on to YoVille -oh dear!

I foolishly started with YoVille, I kept telling myself, stop, don't go further, told myself I would check out other peoples places. Well, I got sucked in. Didn't realize at first that it is actually interactive!
I naturally took the name: Lady Lisa (not sure I would have picked that if I realized that everyone would see it, but I've kept it)
Here I am in my front with my pet kitty -I named him Precious

This is my kitchen, that cappucino machine actually provides energy to my character -which is needed to keep her going.


My bathroom

My bedroom.
Some people have really fantastic places!
If you're on YoVille - look me up (available on myspace too from what I hear) if you're not, you might NOT want to give it a try else you'll be hooked.
The really sucky thing is many of the best items require the 'yocash' and there is NO way to earn the cash. The cat was one of those items. I just HAD to have a cat, once I did that . . .
I've a bunch of buddies -fun chatting with others.

4 comments:

Tia said...

So . . . where do you get the cash? Do you buy it? I KNOW I'm going to regret this, but I'm going to check it out. right. now. It's YOUR FAULT if I get behind in my writing! ;)

Lisa said...

you earn coins by working at the sweet shop, visiting and playing games with friends (so the more friend the more per day coins one can earn) and playing games with others.
THere is also gambling.

the yocash, however, can only be purchased.

There is a list of free gifts that can be given to friends everyday. I'll send you gifts!

Hey, you can come visit my apartment and we can chat:-) I can give you a tour.

Feel free to hang out at my apartment.

Cioara Andrei said...

Foarte interesant subiectul postat de tine. M-am uitat pe blogul tau si imi place ce am vazut.Cu siguranta am sa il mai vizitez.
O zi buna!

Lisa said...

Translation of Cioria's from: Google Translator is:
"Very interesting topic posted by you. I checked your blog and I like what I saw. Surely I will visit him in May.
Good day!"
Language - Romanian.
not sure if the last part really translated right.