Talk:Born salesperson

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Born Salesman vs Born Saleswoman vs Born Salesperson[edit source]

I think that both Born Salesman and Born Saleswoman should redirect to a page, 'Born Salesperson' to be neutral. The only things that would change would be the page title, and the first paragraph would look something like: ' Born Salesman or Born Saleswoman is a social trait in The Sims 3 Ambitions.' Thoughts? LostInRiverview 07:14, June 13, 2010 (UTC)

I agree--Thelamppost 00:11, June 15, 2010 (UTC)

Born Salesperson[edit source]

Does anyone else agree that this trait is positively useless? Bakerychaz (talk page) 14:14, June 27, 2012 (UTC)

It benefits to Sims who use the consignment store, so no it isn't really that useless. Excitable is probably the useless one to me. Starmoonie(Talk Here) 14:16, June 27, 2012 (UTC)
Wut wut wut? +15 moodlet for anything that can happen so often is USELESS? (e.g. fishing, promotion) NEVER. Well, this trait would be extremely useful in say my neighborhood, given that bills are very high (unless you're at some of the cheaper housing) and valuables are easily accessible. MILK FOR THE UNYUUFEX, FLAT CHEST FOR THE CUTENESS THRONE, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL PROBES (user talk:Mathetesalexandrou) 16:26, June 27, 2012 (UTC)
First of all, Excitable isn't useless because, as stated above, it gives +15 mood for anything! Second, Born Salesperson is only useful at the consignment store. Also, it should not be a trait, it should be lifetime happiness reward. Sorry, but it's just my opinion. Bakerychaz (talk page) 08:29, June 28, 2012 (UTC)
If you ask me, I can say that all traits that come with EPs are useless, because they are only beneficial under the features of that particular EP (with the exception of Dramatic and Vehicle Enthusiast, because they are considerably common in sense). For example, the Disciplined trait is only useful for Martial Arts skilling, but is never elaborated more into any further EP. Or Diva. Shouldn't it have anything to do with celebrities? Eccentric? It should have had more things in eccentric lifestyle, not just in "creative in inventing". And Rebellious? Is pranking the worst they can do? And it's only best done in their teenage years.
The trait I've always been looking for is Curious. It's for Sims who want to have many skills not in just particular skill (they want to learn many new things, but not so obsessed), and they tend to want to experience many jobs so they don't like to stick to one. Genius or Bookworm doesn't mean a Sim is eager to learn things. Or at least, this could be merged with Perceptive or Eccentric, right? Nikel Talk Vote! 12:34, July 4, 2012 (UTC)
I guess I think it's useless because IMO there are more people in real life that are eccentric than Born Salespeople that go to consignment stores. I might be wrong though. BakeryChaz ~ (let's have a chat!) 07:59, August 17, 2012 (UTC)
If only business returns as a profession (or salesman, more exactly) in Ambitions, then this trait would be more useful. Unfortunately, it didn't. Nikel Talk Vote! 08:15, August 17, 2012 (UTC)