Hello all! So recently I've been doing a series called "Adams Family Photo Album", which I've really enjoyed doing and has gotten some small support from the few of you that swing by this little blog site. I really do enjoy doing it, and will continue in the future, but recently I've been inspired to go back to the roots of this blog. I wanted this site to pay homage to some of the similar themes of Elena Starz's blog, and the iconic theme right before she left was the "How to be a Blonde Bimbo" series, a series about a college class that required male students to dress and act like blonde bimbos to pass. I loved this series and dreamed of a idea that many others have toyed with over on other blogs and story sites - the idea of a school that turns boys to bimbos. I wanted to do this in a high school setting, a private academy or boarding school that turns unaware/unwilling boys into bimbos, both as a homage to Elena and as a fun series to do. So here are the first two caps, to give you an idea of what its going to be about, and expect more caps about "Bimbo High" in the future! Enjoy!
Posted by Admin Posted on 1:00:00 AM
Hello again all! I've been really busy of late! :) I've thought of another idea that I want to play with on this blog! Like the "Bimbo High" idea, its not really original because other TG captioners/writers have done something similar to it, but its new to me and I still want to do it. What is "it", you ask? Well "it" is an abbreviated TG Cap done to the toon of a popular song! Basically, there are a lot of songs out there with lyrics that are BEGGING for a TG idea based on the song with some lyrics altered (but still in the same rhythm that you'd sing the song!). Here is my first try based on the song, "Glad You Came" by The Wanted. Check it out!
So I've discovered that it's sometimes hard to get full context for a story inside the song if the lyrics are short and repetitive (as is the case for this song), but if I get more ideas I'll do this again! Also, if you have suggestions for good songs to spoof, let me know! Ideally there is at least one or two lines in the song that would pertain to some TG aspect, but shoot me a song name in the comments below and I'll try to work with it! Also, I will be posting a video of the actual song I use too, both to share some music and give you something to listen to the see what the song is like when you're reading my lyrics. Here is a link to this song if you want to get the tune in your head while you read the cap!
Posted by Admin Posted on 10:00:00 AM
Hi all! I got two lovely comments from MsLaraYves and Kathryn giving me praise on my first "Bimbo High" caption, and that has really motivated me to get captioning more for this series, so thank you to both of you! These next couple of captions coming up will be explaining some general concepts, ideas, and important people/positions at the Best Institute, otherwise known as Bimbo High. However, if there are more than just two of you reading these, I would like to know if I should:
- Tell stories as an outside observer about what "might happen" at Bimbo High in 2013 (as in future tense) with some anecdotes from 'previous years' that can be more specific.
- Tell stories in real time with more dialogue between characters and/or descriptions of what actually happened to the Bimbo High Class of 2013 upon entry to the school.
- Tell stories from the perspective of one student who is attending Bimbo High for the first time as a student in the class of 2013, meaning third person descriptions with references to the narrator/the narrator's understanding as well as dialogue between the narrator and other students.
I hope I explained these possibilities well enough for the bimbos of you out there :p I could mix options and don't have to have an answer now, but if I am going to do JUST option 3 I would like to know soon so I can start developing the characteristics/personality of the student who will be narrating. Anyways, please comment below and enjoy this series!