Since none of you filthy peasants know jack shit about the manly sport of soccer, I suppose I should explain what a simulation foul is.
A simulation foul (known in the US as diving) is when a soccer player fakes an injury (preferably one ‘deliberately’ inflicted by a member of the opposing team) to try to get an advantage through a field kick or a penalty kick. In the best case, simulation gets the opposing team a yellow card; if the simulating player is not so crafty he will receive a card himself.
Simulation involves either exaggerating the injury from contact or, in some extreme cases, pretending contact happened where it didn’t.
So now that you know what simulation is…this ain’t it. Well, it sort of is – I’m sure that’s the foul that would be called – but this is like the difference between fake-humping Dave in Texas and actually letting the tip slip in.