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Simlish to become official language in France [Update]

Rumours are currently spreading about Simlish becoming an official language soon. In France, to be precise. Due to the huge popularity of the Sims games in France, the French parliament will take a vote tomorrow to make Simlish an official language of the country. The main reasoning behind it is that many teenage girls talk Simlish in everyday life. As such, the made-up language has gained a lot of popularity in the past decade. Opponents say that French should be the single official language in France, like it has always been. It is currently unclear if all French colonies will also have to accept Simlish as official language. If the vote is accepted, schools will probably start teaching the language soon, once all the teachers have brushed up their Simlish vocabulary and grammar. We'll keep you up to date with this news, and let you know as soon as any officials respond on this matter.

[Update] Of course the above is an April Fool's joke. As far as we know, Simlish is an official language only in SimCity and nowhere else. And the French? They'll keep using French as their main language.



Written at 10:10 on Thursday, 1 April 2010 by ChEeTaH.

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Written at 13:05 on Thursday, 1 April 2010 by Carla Francisco (carla_francisco)
Happy April Fool's Day to you too! :D
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Written at 13:35 on Thursday, 1 April 2010 by Andy (TSZ) (Andy)
Nice one :D
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