Why are your leads ALWAYS handsome and beautiful? (peeve)

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  • #61
    Re: That thing got a hemi?

    My leads are never handsome, young or beautiful...mmm...maybe that's why I can't get an agent, manager, prod. co to look at anything I write.

    ABZ

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    • #62
      Re: That thing got a hemi?

      Try me, I'm from another planet. :lol

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      • #63
        Re: Whatever

        Hi, Bess.

        Bob

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        • #64
          The internet sucks

          Wow, that looks like one of those great Internet "I'm tough and scary in real life" gambits.
          I'm not tough or scary at all, but I like the old fashioned ways of knucklin' up. I think I can take most of you punks.

          PapaCap
          :hat

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          • #65
            Re: The internet sucks

            WINY, maybe one day we'll cross paths (if you're not saving the world). Let's see how sardonic you are face to face.
            Sorry I took so long to get back to you, PoopyCaps. I was looking up the definition of sardonic...

            :rollin

            Winter in New York

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            • #66
              Re: That thing got a hemi?

              > Why are your leads ALWAYS handsome and beautiful?

              My work is autobiographical

              love this remark
              I must admit I'm guilty... I don't exactly descript them, but I imagine them that way. You know that saying about the hero, "women want him, men want to be him"

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              • #67
                Re: That thing got a hemi?

                Beautiful people sell, and cost just as much as ugly people. People see beauty as something positive.

                As for me, in the script I'm writing now and will direct myself, my two lead males will likely be good-looking, because it's necessary for the story. My female antagonist could go either way.

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                • #68
                  lol

                  This chestnut of a thread is back!

                  Damn, I just re-read it. I'd forgotten how funny it was!!!

                  Winter in New York

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