Episode 209 - lurv triangles

Mar 9, 2015

Around about Valentine's day, HippieVan's mind turned to thoughts of love... and she conceived of a great newspost idea that was very popular with people! Love triangles are very good for generating drama in your writing without having to worry too much about forcing that through external events. And because they're primarily driven by you characters as well as affecting them it's a great way to build on your characterisation through the drama. In HippieVan's words we outline a few notable love triangles in fiction, both classic, and contemporary, then we include the contributions the DDers who were good enough to add their two cents to the subject.

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tupapayon at 6:36PM, March 10, 2015

OO and Mr B were great in the theme song... also with all those great characters you come up, people are gonna be disappointed when they hear my real voice... I should start practicing some of those voices...

Banes at 11:37AM, March 10, 2015

Great topic. @kawaii - hey, any movie that features Elliot from E.T. entangled in barbed wire, battles against a giant bear, and a growling, grunting Anthony Hopkins...holy smokes, why are we not watching this RIGHT NOW?!?

kawaiidaigakusei at 11:09AM, March 10, 2015

I still think Legends of the Fall is a laugh riot. I used to perform a full reenactment of the all the movie's highlights when I was in college.

ozoneocean at 8:50AM, March 10, 2015

I AM Bob. And I play the fish.

Genejoke at 6:07AM, March 10, 2015

ozones take on Used books sounded like roz from monsters inc.

BonesOfRuin at 3:01AM, March 10, 2015

Am I the only person that still presses the like button on these? lol

Gunwallace at 1:46AM, March 10, 2015

Well, maybe not Shakespeare, but at least Dickens.

Gunwallace at 12:37AM, March 10, 2015

If you're wondering why Bob played a fish ... Ozone had a terrible time reading the word 'bass' as anything but a fish. Even the final take used in the song had one fish to be caught, filleted, and cooked before it was ready to serve. (And Archie is the Shakespeare of the modern age, dammit!)


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