One thing that I would like to see is pricing actually reflecting somewhere close to real life. 100 for a pair of pants or blouse is too much.
And ways of getting like a loan to buy a house you want might be a good idea to add. (Or even a loan shark, in the lower-income areas- lol)
Gas stations, like in the good ol’ days would be cool. Full-service stations- then teens could have after school jobs, or get experience points for working as a mechanic on cars. But I miss the gas stations, for sure. And in movie theatres- there could be an option for jobs in there too. And grocery stores could hire kiddos to stock shelves or move carts, or load grocery bags for customers.
And drive-in movies- those would be really great–for family outings, for teen jobs…etc..
Music stores-you could have records or CDs, or some such thing…
Malt shops that you can actually go in to, order dinner and socialize with other kids, teens, families. You can order what you want (also realistic prices there)Posted August 21, 2020 at 5:00 am