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Two sentient dolls who remember previous lives as a prince and princess in another universe, go on a perilous quest across the United States to learn more of their origins. My first storygame so any constructive criticism is welcome. Now with 30% fewer typos! Thanks to Mizal for editing advice.
A young man's coming of age as he navigates an underground fairy city where time runs slower and his hometown as it evolves into a metropolis over the centuries.
Recent PostsIntroducing myself on 2/14/2019 1:45:22 PM
Welcome! When it come to writing something, take your time. Of course, I say this but I'm also a slow writer.
Hey I’m new, but you already knew that on 2/14/2019 1:35:57 PM
Welcome to the site and good luck with your storygames.
Hiya on 2/8/2019 3:49:40 PM
Welcome and good luck to you. I look forward to reading the fruits of your creative endeavors.
Dolly's Braces in Moonraker on 2/8/2019 11:12:49 AM
No, I can't complain about her rack. And the woman who played her is French.
Dolly's Braces in Moonraker on 2/8/2019 11:12:06 AM
Jaws was pretty creepy. Richard Kiel, the actor who played him, was always down-to-earth and charming in interviews, though.
Dolly's Braces in Moonraker on 2/7/2019 7:39:11 PM
Then a lot of people are remembering it wrong. This is very 1984.
Dolly's Braces in Moonraker on 2/7/2019 5:47:38 PM
I remember the audience laughing when she showed her braces. Other people have commented on this too. This is my Bigfoot, my UFO, my Loch Ness Monster, Ghost, Mothman, Jersey Devil, ect. I know what I saw...but I just can't prove it.
Dolly's Braces in Moonraker on 2/7/2019 5:21:38 PM
I think the film company would deny she had braces in the first place. But a lot of people who saw the movie back then remember.
Hello... on 2/7/2019 3:07:37 PM
Welcome aboard and glad you like old time radio shows. Always been a fan of radio plays and audio plays. Looking forward to seeing your stuff.
Dolly's Braces in Moonraker on 2/7/2019 2:44:43 PM
2019 marks the 40th anniversary of the James Bond movie Moonraker. My parents took me and my siblings to see this movie in the theater in 1979. The funniest scene was when Richard Kiel's character Jaws was helped out of a wrecked sky-car by a pig-tailed, bespectacled woman named Dolly. He smiles at her, revealing his metal teeth, and she smiles back and has braces. I recall seeing this in 1979 and the audience laughing at it. Now, apparently, cute little Dolly doesn't have braces in the scene. No, I do not believe in the Mandela Effect (that our universe is being impinged upon by alternate universes and reality is going wonky), but dammit she HAD braces. We are not characters from a Philip K. Dick novel, so there has to be a mundane explanation (other than false memory). I think the film company altered the scene for fear of offending people with braces. For the movie Jaws: the Revenge, Mario Van Peebles' character was killed at the end, but the studio changed that ending so he'd live when the movie was STILL in the theaters. Here's how the scene SHOULD look.