字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント So, today I am hanging out in bed feeling--I feel really rubbish. Claud just left for work. I've had my breakfast and then I threw up my breakfast. Feel a bit gross. Now I feel like that sort of feeling where you're not entirely sure whether you're hungry or sick but I've got Clara here today; she's going to be looking after me. Being awesome. I really want to get some work done because it is Monday, and Monday is the day of work, no? Maybe. Maybe I will try. Or perhaps I will just lie in bed and...play The Sims and then maybe have a bath later, if I'm feeling up to it. Covering my hair that needs a bath in this rather nice turban. Have a video on how to do this, by the way if you're looking. Also wearing this delightful vintage... Let's see. Can you see? There we go. This delightful vintage jumper here, which I love. It's not wool (because I cannot do wool). And Tilly was enjoying cuddling into it earlier. So you know it's good If Tilly approves, you know it's good. Hello again. Still good morning. Still morning. But had a nap. But, look, Tilly's not moved. Tilly? Dogs are so weird. She's either running around like, "Oh, my God, super excitement!" "Yeah, life's so great!" Or she's just...that. But that's probably quite good for me, to be fair, because that is--that is me. Yep. Unlike Walter, who all he does is sleep and then...he smells some chicken and he gets excited for two minutes and then he goes back to sleep. Pretty much what Walter does. It's good, Tilly makes him move around a lot. We got Walter when I was...nineteen, I think? Eighteen, nineteen. And I'd been really, really ill for about a year and had been on bed rest, and... Just generally felt disgusting. Felt really ill. And I was also really, really lonely but I had Walter - just lovely 'cause he used to sleep on my bed and then my dad would take him for a walk. And feed him breakfast, obviously and then he would just come back and sleep on my bed, all day long. Even though he was a little puppy, all he wanted to do was sleep and now he is a sort of middle-aged dog and...all he wants to do is sleep. All right, this is not a good look, Jessica. All right, there's nothing for it. Lipstick. It's the only way. This is of course my Maybelline Superstay 24hr. The Cherry Pie, the one I showed you the other day. 'Tis my favourite! OK. Know what we're going to do to make this day better. We're going to play The Sims. Yes. The Sims is such a great game, because it makes you feel like you've achieved something even when you really, really haven't. Run someone else's world. A whole made-up world. J: Genuinely, you look really good today. C: Thank you! J: I really like your hair. C: Thanks! J: Please comment on Clara's hair. J: Look how pretty it is. J: It's really nice! C: That's what happens when I actually care. J: So, for those of you - I realised that some people watching this might be new to my channel - and might be wondering a) why I'm in bed on a Monday morning b) why I need help and c) who you are! My neighbour actually thinks you're my wife by the way. C: I'm not. C: FYI! J: I found out the other day. J: He was like, "That girl you live with. The short red-haired one." J: So I have chronic illnesses and disabilities which--there are many, many videos on this channel where you can find that out and some of the symptoms are things--well, I have chronic gatigue, for one thing, which is a symptom of the other conditions I have, because my body is always trying to make itself better. And also, when I'm really tired, my stomach doesn't work very well and so I just spend the whole day in intense nausea and it's so gross, and you feel a bit like, "Oh, I can't move my head or my body, or else I will just vomit." And I also have a thing called POTS. Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome I have a video on that, as well, kind of explaining what that is. It's very hard to sit up. And the final part is, "Who is Clara?" Well, who are you? C: Heeey! J: Who are you, Clara? C: I don't know. On a spiritual level? J: Well Clara actually helps me out in all ways of life. C: Yeah. J: When I'm feeling gross and ill, you look after me. You bring me the sick bucket and drinks. And she makes me sweet potato wedges. C: Yeah. That is a bad day. C: Make sure Jessica doesn't faint, or if she does, that she's, you know, somewhere safe. J: Or you call my mum when I take an overdose of painkillers. C: Oh, my God, that was a day. C: But, yeah, that's a bad day and on a good day we are out and about filming, replying to emails, I make all the phone calls for obvious reasons. I'm setting up the cameras and the lights. J: Yup. J: 'Cause it would take me like five times as much energy. You do all the volume stuff. C: For the ones that have been asking these questions, I do audio and sound on the videos. J: "How does the deaf girl know when to put the music on and off?" J: Although, it is possible to edit visually. I should make a video on that. C: Yeah, she actually does edit through the waves J: Yeah. And you're also my best friend! C: Yeah, that too. Then we move onto the friend part. J: Aww. C: We actually hang out at the weekends and it's a lot of fun and all of that. C: Like, we genuinely like each other. Which is very helpful when you need someone to, you know, bring you the sick bucket - you might as well be close. No. [Laughing] No. Oh, I love The Sims. OK, what should we do? I feel like we should set--we should set a challenge. A challenge seems right. I'm gonna show you--right, this is my little neighbourhood that I have created. It's called Rusland because my grandparents used to live in a place called Rusland Valley in the Lake District and I love it. What are we going to do? I will admit: normally I tend to play with all of the... all of the cheat codes. So let's not do that today. Let's not do that. I like to start my neighbourhoods with not much, and then build up. So I start with the founding people and the founding places. And then over here. It's supposed to be Kellgren-Fozard but I couldn't do that. I need to re-name them. Look, it's us! There you go. Aww, look at her cute little face! She looks like a mini Claudia. Also, yes, you are noticing the, er, the Tombstone of Life and Death here. Right, so, I'm going to give you a little house tour to start with. Here is my house. I believe I stole it from another neighbourhood. [Evil laugh] Decked it out. Got some nice little benches out here in our little gazebo. Lovely. Aw, look, it's so pretty. This is our little art balcony. Where we will stand, and paint. That's actually something I'd like to have in real life. A balcony with some--just some easels set up, you know. Rounded sculpture in the garden there. OK, let's go from the bottom up. So, we have our lovely hallway here where we enter. We've got the phone; we've got dog leads. Cutest thing. I love having the pets. So cute. We should probably get Claudia off the loo, but... That's fine. She'll just be there for now. Oh well. We've got the dining room. Dining area, really. We've got a bar in it. There's a sound system for when we feel like a boogie. Got a study in here. You know, bathroom, where Claudia is. Up the stairs. We've got...a kind of games room. It's more of a hang out space. And then there's another bathroom. Here, we've got a bedroom that's going to go to one of my--one of my children. One of them who apparently is a bit more...modern? Than I am. So you come up the stairs again to this landing. Beautiful bathroom. It's really dark. Because sometimes you need darkness to [?] A quite a teenage bedroom. I thought. Quite liked that. Got the teenage-y chair. Drum set. Posters stuck on the wall with tape. Let's find a suitably teenage-looking bedside lamp. Mm, I'm gonna get a desk lamp. That's pretty chilling out. "Chilling out" - so not cool. Er, what about a basic lamp? There's a lava lamp. Oh, yeah, OK. Full on hula dancing lamp. And then this is the master bedroom in here which, I'm afraid, is where Jessica's going to have to walk up to. Back we go. Jessica, potty train Thelma. [?] "Serve lunch" Oh, is that all you can do? I thought you were fairly progressed on this. Right, you can make some lunch meat sandwiches and you can eat them, and then you can study cooking, Claudia. This must really take forever if you can't-- if you can't just cheat and press on the bladder bar; make her need to go again. Oh, no, Tilly's starving. Oh, hello. The actual girl in question. Hi. Hi, hi. I am just making you a little pet bed. Oh, good. Look at her learning. That is the important thing. That she learns. Is it weird to make a version of yourself in The Sims and then play it? But also make versions of people that you know. Is that weird or is it normal? The Sims seems so much--[laughing] The Sims seems so much less fun without cheat codes. Man. My God, The Sims is really slow when you can't cheat. Aw, look, she's crying. Waking everyone up. [Laughs] Oh, Claudia looks very bored of this whole potty training experience. You know, the thing is: I absolutely love The Sims and I've been playing it since...since I was eleven, probably? And I never play it without the cheat codes. Don't know why I decided to do that now. Let's just go back to cheat codes, because why not? Why not indeed. When we were little, my brother and I were only allowed to get computer games that were in some way educational and we really, really wanted The Sims 'cause some of our friends had it. It was like, "Yes! Please! Please!" But my mother wouldn't give it to us unless we proved that it was educational.