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BBQ Partay!

Back from my Holibobs and straight into my garden in Second Life – Livin the dream! Lovely new releases from Chez Moi to catch up with. This is the BBQ Party and is up for sale at the latest round of Tres Chic. Perfect for decks, patios, beaches etc. Love that there are not only singles and couples poses but also family ones – dead cute. It comes in  PG or Adult so make sure you’re buying the right thing !

Deets:

Picnic Table:
It comes with +100 animations in PG version and +168 animations in Adult version.
♥ +48 single poses (male and female)

♥ 4 toddler animations
♥ 40 animations for couples in love (20 x 2)

♥ 18 family animations (6 parent 1 + 6 parent 2 + 6 child)

♥ 68 hot sex animations (34 x 2)
♥ Automatic Rezzing Props – attaches when an animation is chosen.

Texture change options: Touch the table-cloth to display the colour menu – 6 options to choose.

 

Barbecue:
It comes with +58 animations in PG version and +118 animations in Adult version.

♥ 26 single poses (male and female)
♥ 32 animations for couples in love (16 x 2)

♥ 60 hot sex animations (30 x 2)
♥ Automatic Rezzing Props – attaches when an animation is chosen.

♥ Touch the doors to open/close (unlinked version)
♥ Touch the Barbecue Lid to open/close
♥ Tap the Barbecue buttons to display the BBQ effects menu (fire, light, sound)
♥ Tap the Grill to display the food menu – 6 options♥ Control by menu

♥ Adjustable Poses
♥ Functionality SWAP

Tap the place mat to display the food menu (9 delicious meals to choose)

Tres Chic

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The Challenge – beach fun

The Challenge - Little Llama

Little Llama have a terrific set out for those of you who enjoy fooling about on the beach. This is their offering for the current round of The Challenge. I absolutely adore the treasure chest drinks cooler – it offers up some lovely frosty drinks. The chair is cleverly designed like a folded fish, and the parasol that’s attached is colour change (as is the chair). I’m actually sat on a sandy patch that I’ve dropped below the land line so you cant see it, I think it’s really designed for children but as you can see – I managed to squash myself on to build a sandcastle. The bucket dispenses spades, sand castles etc..its absolutely brill for grown ups and children alike !

Little Llama

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