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Hello There! [Aug. 18th, 2009|04:42 pm]
Serena Southerlyn Femslash
I am in the process of preparing a website for a comic strip that I draw, and Elisabeth Rohm is in it. I cast her as the wife of a magician and circus performer who is based on the great Harry Blackstone. I chose ER because she has a very interesting face that makes her ideal for that role.
As soon as the site is ready, I'll tell you about it.
See you!

[User Picture]From: zero2aries
2009-08-19 01:49 pm (UTC)
That's nice for you.

But unless Harry becomes Henrietta this might not be the perfect place to advertise it.

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From: belianis
2009-08-20 03:45 pm (UTC)

Hello, There!

Well, there are plenty of men who are crazy for the Lady Elisabeth. Besides, she has a very important role in her family: her husband is crazy about performing the most amazing and dangerous acrobatic and magical feats, and his wife has to make sure that he doesn't kill himself.
Besides, my strip includes at least 5 steady lesbian couples, and other women characters with which to make several threesomes and more, and ER is a part of those groupings.
Just wait and see.
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[User Picture]From: emperoroftrolls
2011-03-17 06:25 pm (UTC)

Re: Hello, There!

Hello there! I'm the former Belianis, now the EmperorofTrolls because I got fed up with cretins and creeps calling me that.
Regarding my strip: Elisabeth is now intimate with Claire Voyant, the wife of Buoyant Voyant, the soothsayer of the circus. They need to comfort each other because their husbands are a real handful. There is a movie, THE PROGRAM, which is famous because it originally had an scene in which several teen boys lay down on the lane divider lines of a freeway, trusting that the cars will not run them over; that scene has been cut off from present prints of that movie for fear that people would actually attempt such a foolish stunt. Harry and Buoyant, of course, took such a stunt as a challenge and actually did it because Buoyant predicted that, if they got good and drunk, no car that ran them over could harm them. He was right, but it was small consolation for Claire and Elisabeth, as you can imagine.
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