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VIXENS AS CHARACTERS

Everyone, not just scriptwriters, which vixens do you want to see on celluloid?


Vixen Amy had this great brainstorm of vixens as characters - many of them really are so far!

What kind of real-lifelike vixen would you want to see in the movie?

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    Forget the movie. I want to see Sam and Ervin (and Odiepie, of course) in their own TV series.

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    "I want to see a stylish big city vixen with a great career who knows how fabulous she is but still finds herself single."

    For a young version--Miss Carly.
    For a slightly more mature version--Miss Bryne.

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    Lacy wrote: "I want to see a stylish big city vixen with a great career who knows how fabulous she is but still finds herself single." For a young version--Miss Carly. For a slightly more mature version--Miss Bryne.

    Blooper! That's Miss Blondie all the way. not that Brynne and Carly are anything less than fab.

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    Keka wrote: Blooper! That's Miss Blondie all the way. not that Brynne and Carly are anything less than fab.

    Sorry Keka. You are so right.

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    Lacy wrote: Sorry Keka. You are so right.

    No girl you don't have to apologize. It's just that its so sheer!


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    Keka wrote: No girl you don't have to apologize. It's just that its so sheer!

    Keka, what about you? You fit as well as any of them.

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    Lacy wrote: Keka, what about you? You fit as well as any of them.

    Well, dunno about the "sexy" thing, but I'm the Latina one in South Florida who said I open E. Jean before even putting my groceries in the car! (ain't that sick?)

    Just a bit of inspiration...

    PS: Miss Beth has some scary accurately sharp memory, gotta watch what you say

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    Keka wrote: Well, dunno about the "sexy" thing, but I'm the Latina one in South Florida who said I open E. Jean before even putting my groceries in the car! (ain't that sick?) Just a bit of inspiration... PS: Miss Beth has some scary accurately sharp memory, gotta watch what you say

    Sounds like a fitting character. I like it.

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    I know screenwriters
    screenwriters are my friends (not really)
    you, my dears, are no screenwriters

    How about this title:

    Three Wise Men?

    Three Wise Women?

    Three Wise Vixens?

    not the whole shabang...

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    Sabrina wrote: I know screenwriters screenwriters are my friends (not really) you, my dears, are no screenwriters How about this title: Three Wise Men? Three Wise Women? Three Wise Vixens? not the whole shabang...

    I know ONE screenwriter. He did Ali and the new Che Guevara with Benicio.

    Biggest ego I ever encountered, took 20 minutes into his phone call before I could say hello.

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    Mal. is not good...
    Or
    Funny
    Incompent
    Has potential
    She
    Really believes
    She (the good dr.)
    Comes up
    With the
    Brilliance
    And quotes like
    'don't be left
    Out on the
    Dessert '
    To her pts
    Its all from AV
    And she went
    To med
    School on a tiny
    Island
    That no one
    Has ever
    Heard of


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    Keka wrote: I know ONE screenwriter. He did Ali and the new Che Guevara with Benicio. Biggest ego I ever encountered, took 20 minutes into his phone call before I could say hello.

    he was
    just nervous
    as heck?
    I hope...

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    To be honest, Miss Beth, You.

    Blondie. Keka. TM and Av1.

    Jeez, everybody would make for some killer characters. I could go on all night!

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    Lacy wrote: "I want to see a stylish big city vixen with a great career who knows how fabulous she is but still finds herself single." For a young version--Miss Carly. For a slightly more mature version--Miss Bryne.

    Haha I'm not fabulous enough but I have some stories that could be used for part of a character!

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    That Miss Beth
    Is brilliant
    The
    Column
    Is always
    The first
    Stop
    Out of the
    Box!

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    Carly wrote: Haha I'm not fabulous enough but I have some stories that could be used for part of a character!

    I don't know Carly, you seem pretty fab to me! :-)

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    Lacy wrote: I don't know Carly, you seem pretty fab to me! :-)

    Haha that's sweet Lacy! Unfortunately in real life I'm more a bit awkward and sarcastic with really shiny hair for some reason (the vixgirls seem to like it when we meet) but in reality, I just am so ridiculous that I end up with crazy stories!

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    In an effort to get a better sense of who the AV's are, and which ones are the true "characters", I've been spending some more of my time in the past several weeks exploring other catagories of this site (occaisionally putting in my 2 cents).

    One thing that I'd like to suggest is that the AV's all show up on screen as Avatars and not the photos that we see currently. We should take elements of the personality and create characters from those elements. Perhaps animated versions of their avatars pop out of the screen to read their advice out loud to the person typing in their question. This way they become integral and interwoven with the plot, but don't compete with the characters of the various stories.

    Here are my observations of what I envision for the AV's. Please know that nothing is meant to offend anyone. In most cases, these are charicatures of the who you really are. These are merely ramblings and thoughts for developing the AV characters.

    Carly has that **Loud-Proud Jewish New Yorker** thing going (you remind me of a cousin or two - I have no idea what your voice sounds like, yet I hear it loud and clear in my head whenever I read your postings - slightly too loud; dropping the R's at the end of words; closer to tenor than soprano..........). In many ways, she is an alter-ego for those more timid - she says and does things that many other women only say or do in their heads. Some of her tenacity comes as part of her nature; some is from her environment; some is simply due to youth.

    (see next post)

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    Sam, while I like the rest of your ideas on me, call me a JAP again and I will destroy you. :-) But I do like the rest of what you had to say! Keep going.

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    (continued from previous post)

    Lacy is more subdued. She has strong bonds to her family and friends, and has been known to put the needs of others before her own. She was a free spirit as a young girl, but lost herself in someone elses dreams along the way. She hides her intelligence, but her loving and caring nature shines through. She is at a point in her life where she is ready to start chasing her own dreams now. She constantly re-reads and edits her own postings to make sure that she's not misconstrued. She is very trusting and believes that everyone deserves a second (and third) chance.

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    Carly wrote: Sam, while I like the rest of your ideas on me, call me a JAP again and I will destroy you. :-) But I do like the rest of what you had to say! Keep going.

    I called you a NYJAP - they are a special breed. I'm surpised that you haven't embraced that term and owned it!

    Besides, being bretheren, don't I get a pass?

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    Sam-I-am wrote: I called you a NYJAP - they are a special breed. I'm surpised that you haven't embraced that term and owned it! Besides, being bretheren, don't I get a pass?

    Haha if you knew me, you'd know I rebel against that term with every fiber of my being. My friends are the typical "NYJAPs" and I personally can't stand being like that.

    and just because you're a member of the tribe does not give you a free pass my friend! Well, maybe just this once.

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    (continued from previous post)

    Miss Beth likes things to be her own way. She is a first child, and like many first children, has a "take charge" attitude about life. They are the "test kids", the ones that have to endure the strictest rules laid down by their parents. There is very little gray in her life. Things are mostly black or they're white. She has a good soul, and can be very trusting until you screw her over. Being on her bad side is not a place that you'd want to be.

    She is one of the emotional leaders of the Vixens, and very much likes the role. This is the cause of friction with a few other vixens who occaisionally snipe at her.

    (see next post)

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    (continued from previous post)

    Sabrina Lynn - she could be the wildcard character in the group. She is the nemesis of the AV's, and no one can figure out if her postings are for real or if this is just performance art for her. She irritates the hell out of the Miss Beth character every time she logs on and chimes in. Every so often, through the randomness, a pearl of wisdom is dispensed.

    I see a great opportunity for comic relief with the SL character: In one of the scenes, she is the one to give the clear, concise sage advice, leaving all the other AV avitars dumbfounded and slack jawed!

    (see next post)

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    Carly wrote: Haha if you knew me, you'd know I rebel against that term with every fiber of my being. My friends are the typical "NYJAPs" and I personally can't stand being like that. and just because you're a member of the tribe does not give you a free pass my friend! Well, maybe just this once.

    Point taken. Remember, though, I'm only taking elements of your personality and making them larger than life.

    Sorry if I offended you (I have a feeling I'm going to need to type that a lot over the next few days).

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    (continued from previous post)

    Mary is always willing to chime in with her point of view - which is brutally honest and based on perspective. It would be nice to have her character be about 20 years older than she really is. She was a party girl in her day, and has the battle scars to prove it. She calls 'em like she sees 'em. Her motto is, "if you don't want to know the answer, you shouldn't have asked the damn question". I envision her smoking a pack a day (perhaps her avatar smokes?)

    She just wants to be loved, and be accepted for who she really is (who doesn't, right?).

    More later.................stay tuned.

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    (I'm back - continuing from previous post):

    We need a male point of view - I nominate Andrew.

    He is good looking, brash and fashionable, a true metrosexual, and is proud of his sensative nature. He knows how to please a lady, and is every woman's best friend (even all of his ex-girlfriends). His nails are well manicurred (he has monthly appointments to keep them looking good). More of a lover than a fighter, he has used his wit & humor to get him out of some difficult situations. His brand of humor is cut with an edge of sarcasm (think a cross between Matt Damen and Alan Alda). He has big aspirations and is very concerned about how others perceive him.

    (see next post)

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    (continued from previous post)

    Aunt Jenny likes to stir the pot. She is more mischevious than malicious in her intent. She brings an interesting perspective to the mix, and has an air of sophistication. She can get down in the dirt with the best of them, and is usually the one that initiates the fun. Once headed down that path, she will egg-on others to join the party.

    that's all for now................

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    Well, I'm going to post it here and in your other thread as well; You get a standing ovation!

    Applause...Applause...Applause.

    I am extremely impressed Sam by your hard work on the screenplay. For you (and the others who have been so dedicated) I pray it all works out.

    Good job dear Sam. Well done. And thanks. (I like my character. And so right on.)

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    Sam-I-am wrote: (continued from previous post) Aunt Jenny likes to stir the pot. She is more mischevious than malicious in her intent. She brings an interesting perspective to the mix, and has an air of sophistication. She can get down in the dirt with the best of them, and is usually the one that initiates the fun. Once headed down that path, she will egg-on others to join the party. that's all for now................

    I am impressed with all of your good work! I am trying to follow all of this, but I really need the time to go back and catch up on all the threads in this category.

    Sorry, but I don't even think I've had the time to say welcome to AV!

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    Haha he went back and changed it after I rebelled against the name!

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    Carly wrote: Haha he went back and changed it after I rebelled against the name!

    I took your offense to heart - I wasn't trying to push anyone's buttons.

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    Sam-I-am wrote: I took your offense to heart - I wasn't trying to push anyone's buttons.

    Oh Sam I Am, I know, and fully appreciated the change!

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    Nicely done, Sam! Though I am but a new fledgling on AV I can see that your deductions are accurate and thusly well observed. Since I dunno what the hell the screen play is about, all I say is good luck and don't forget us new Vixens that would LOVE a taste of fame.

    *WINK WINK*

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    Thanks for the feedback. Glad that you liked it.

    You had to be a first child - we second/ middle children can recognize the signs (as a point of interest - I'm the 2nd of 4, but am still a middle child! - I have a younger brother and sister that are twins...........okay, it's a technicality, but that's the way I like to tell it).

    Any thoughts or anything to add on the "Samantha the Sex Phone Operator" string?

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    Ladies if you could help me with my screenplay I promise to return the favor. I recently recieved my screenplay back and was told to fine tune the charater(s) it's actually one charater but she has three different personas . I'm a male so I seem to have misjudged some of the aspects of realism in her life. For instance at what age would your parents have let you go on your first date (with friends) first date (alone) first date with a boy who could drive. Let's say you were a freshman in high school would your parents have let you go to prom with a senior and if so what would have been the rules? I would really appreciate any input.

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    Paul wrote: Ladies if you could help me with my screenplay I promise to return the favor. I recently recieved my screenplay back and was told to fine tune the charater(s) it's actually one charater but she has three different personas . I'm a male so I seem to have misjudged some of the aspects of realism in her life. For instance at what age would your parents have let you go on your first date (with friends) first date (alone) first date with a boy who could drive. Let's say you were a freshman in high school would your parents have let you go to prom with a senior and if so what would have been the rules? I would really appreciate any input.

    Paul, I gotta be honest, where I"m from, and I've heard this from lots of friends, we didn't "date" in high school. Everyone hung out in a group, and eventually certain people would "hook up." I didn't go on my first real "date" with a guy that I didn't know before hand until I was almost 20.

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    Carly wrote: Paul, I gotta be honest, where I"m from, and I've heard this from lots of friends, we didn't "date" in high school. Everyone hung out in a group, and eventually certain people would "hook up." I didn't go on my first real "date" with a guy that I didn't know before hand until I was almost 20.

    Yes I know and that is part of the story (going in groups)but isn't going to the prom or any dance with a boy a date. And I remember going to girls houses to pick them up in high school , it wasn't always with the pretense we were going with a group of people. Sometimes it was a movie or restuarant(dairy queen).

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    Paul wrote: Yes I know and that is part of the story (going in groups)but isn't going to the prom or any dance with a boy a date. And I remember going to girls houses to pick them up in high school , it wasn't always with the pretense we were going with a group of people. Sometimes it was a movie or restuarant(dairy queen).

    Paul start a new thread about this, don't put it on here.

    And even in high school, I never went on "dates." We'd all go hang at someone's basement, drink or smoke, and disappear into bedrooms and bushes and whatnot.

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    Paul wrote: Ladies if you could help me with my screenplay I promise to return the favor. I recently recieved my screenplay back and was told to fine tune the charater(s) it's actually one charater but she has three different personas . I'm a male so I seem to have misjudged some of the aspects of realism in her life. For instance at what age would your parents have let you go on your first date (with friends) first date (alone) first date with a boy who could drive. Let's say you were a freshman in high school would your parents have let you go to prom with a senior and if so what would have been the rules? I would really appreciate any input.

    Watch Blossom. That show will tell you everything you need to know about being a young high school girl.

    No. Really.

    I, on the other hand, can't help you. I went to an arts high school where all of the men were gay, and everyone thought I was a lesbian. I started dating a boy my freshman year. And then I didn't go on another date until I was a senior.

    Look to Blossom.

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    Mm mm...
    Interesting stuff.
    Let me sleep on it.
    Have some feedback for Paul
    Whoever the hell he is.

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    Sam-I-am wrote: (continued from previous post) Sabrina Lynn - she could be the wildcard character in the group. She is the nemesis of the AV's, and no one can figure out if her postings are for real or if this is just performance art for her. She irritates the hell out of the Miss Beth character every time she logs on and chimes in. Every so often, through the randomness, a pearl of wisdom is dispensed. I see a great opportunity for comic relief with the SL character: In one of the scenes, she is the one to give the clear, concise sage advice, leaving all the other AV avitars dumbfounded and slack jawed! (see next post)

    Phone sex operator:
    Is there a different title for this?
    I just can't get over my
    prudish upbringing.
    And do men want to be made a total fool of?
    Hence the idea-chick flick. I get it.
    I love the phrase in the call girl movie
    where she asks every single
    John
    'what's new and exciting?'
    poor suckers.
    And she lives in a trailer
    park and drives a mercedes.
    Very inticing!

    As for performance art-
    well all of us perform every day.
    Some a little better than others.
    E Jean has captured my
    imagination and heart
    with this site (and all of her writings).








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    Sabrina wrote: Phone sex operator: Is there a different title for this? I just can't get over my prudish upbringing. And do men want to be made a total fool of? Hence the idea-chick flick. I get it. I love the phrase in the call girl movie where she asks every single John 'what's new and exciting?' poor suckers. And she lives in a trailer park and drives a mercedes. Very inticing! As for performance art- well all of us perform every day. Some a little better than others. E Jean has captured my imagination and heart with this site (and all of her writings).

    You see - that's exactly what I'm talking about!
    (mostly typing, not really much talking,
    if I were to be
    totally honest -
    which is what I prefer.....
    usually.........
    execpt when I'm lying
    which I don't do as often as others may believe
    thus, making it incredibly hard to disprove
    for "thou doest protest too much"
    resonates louder than truth.
    And besides,
    Rupert Murdoch was always
    much more fun
    at a cocktail party
    than Mother Theresa ever was!

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    Miss Beth, Sonia and GINA

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    Can I be the world traveler vixen? hahah

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