I'll admit it, I spent a lot of my childhood/teenage years playing Sims. I was obsessed and still am. But the best part for me is always making the house.
Honest2God I think I could be an architect from the training I've had on Sims.
What was most fun for me was re-creating homes from movies and/or TV shows that I was obsessed with.
I sat down to make Seth Cohen's house from The O.C for about 5 hours once and then the entire game crashed.
Anyway, my point is that this girl - Georgina Moulsdale - deserves a damn medal because she has re-created the entire Love Island villa on Sims and it's PERFECT.
Georgina re-created the entire damn villa, which took her over 7 hours, and we're so impressed.
Georgina spoke to LADbible, where she admitted: "It took me about seven hours all in one go really, I'd had a job interview in the morning so I just wanted to chill. I really do love just building on The Sims - it's like being an architect.
"It's such an obsessive game, you go on just for a little bit and seven hours later you've designed the Love Island villa!
"The reason why I did this really was because my friend and I watch it religiously. We both play in a band so after rehearsals, we'd talk about it and I joked about recreating Dr Alex on The Sims because she's in love with him. We created some of the cast and she said I should build the villa and I just thought, 'Why not?'"
But it was all about the details!
She continued: "I definitely paid attention to the little details, like the beanbags and the fire pit. I wanted to put into the build the parts of the villa I had seen on Love Island, so the kitchen was a big one because of the plants and grass on the walls.
"I adore the fairy lights that I put in, I think this is what makes it look so authentic, especially at night time. I've made the hideaway but I had some artistic licensing when I built that as I haven't seen a lot of it.
"I put a bath in the bedroom and rose petals on the floor. And of course the shared bedroom with the alternative pink and blue beds. It's really down to the little details, I think."
What a legend.