What if...?

What would happen if Vincent appeared at our door?
Let's get real, Vixens!




There you have it!

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But since he is a Gentleman, we don't need to worry about ourselves.

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On the sofa. Voila!

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And now look how fast one recovers after that fine treatment!

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He even heats up a 'chicken'

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and fills milk from his big bottle into our glass.
(Sorry, I was on VDO when I made the captions)

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But from this point on he better forget all of his gentlemanly manners!

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(screen caps from 'The Investigator')

22 comments:

  1. How true, if Vincent ever came to my door I’d faint dead away. I often wonder if I met him on the street if I would crumble into a stammering, babbling idiot, incapable of speaking coherently. So often they are filming on the streets of NYC and I am always on the look out for their trailers. I would hope that I would be cool, calm and collected; but what would I really do – probably roll up into a shy little ball and roll quietly away.

    I loved this short film; it’s so poignant and Vincent is so caring, so vulnerable, so human, so strong and so handsome. Beautiful posting Jazzy and a lovely way to end the evening

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  2. I'd be a puddle on the floor. If I met him on the street, after being revived, I'd make a complete ass of myself......provided I didn't run away first. LOL

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  3. If Vincent came to my house...I don't think I'd be able to open the door, I'd just curl up in a corner and hide :(

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  4. A chicken is not the only thing he would 'heat up' - I can think of some other breasts, legs and thighs that would be 'on fire' in his presence!

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  5. I'd definitely pass out. Hopefully he will feel the need to give me mouth to mouth because that would be a great way to wake me up. :-)

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  6. years ago i met david bowie backstage and he got me with his charm. i acted cool (i think); it was easy because i don't 'love' him.
    i am ready to meet vince, but i would need some sedative.
    on the other hand i can imagine that HE would need downers!

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  7. I dunno how I'd react, but I'd love the chance to find out and NO ONE leaves my house without a hug and a kiss ::sigh::

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  8. I'd certainly pass out. But then I would wake quickly and eat the food. :-D

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  9. Love David Bowie! I also met one of my idols years ago. I attended Sting’s Broadway debut (Three Penny Opera) and went backstage and got his autograph. It was very exciting; however there is just something (once again a certain Jenesaisquoi) about Vincent that even from a distance makes me weak in the knees and fuzzy all over. I don’t think I would react as calmly if I met him as I did with Sting.

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  10. I doubt my legs would be able to hold me up if I found him on my doorstep ;0)

    I still have no idea what was going on in 'The Investigator', but he was so sweet, it doesn't matter. It's also THE most chaste kiss I've ever seen him give; but it fits with his character in this - bless!

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  11. I hope no one minds me voicing my own opinion about the film:

    My personal take on this charming short film is about the opportunities afforded all of us if we are willing to take a chance. If we are willing to step out of our humdrum lives, to not do the comfortable, ordinary things we do every day without even thinking about them and allow fate to sweep us away. Kismet can only be experienced if one is willing to believe; to take a leap of faith and venture into the unknown.

    A thumb nail analysis of the film: Ephraim McDoogal (VDO) doesn’t take chances, doesn’t venture outside his rigid environment at least not until that fateful day when he meets “the lady in white” and the gentleman handing out the flyers. No matter how often he tries to elude the temptation to adventure outside his comfortable little world fate keeps intervening. He can’t escape his destiny. After his initial reluctance to investigate the claim brought to him by the unknown woman, he decides to follow his instincts and lo and behold - kismet – he finds Lucinda! Two souls all alone in the world finding one another, it’s like watching two atoms collide, it’s magic. The ending is especially sweet when she asks him what kind of claims he investigates he changes his answer to “all kinds”. He has expanded his horizons he has stepped out of the “box”. In the final scene, he starts to protect his hat from the wind and then he stops and with confidence he walks down the street head held high. He’s a changed man.

    After reading the letters written to Vincent I believe that many of you have also taken a leap of faith and have ventured out of your comfort zone, met new people, delved into new technology, created new experiences and enriched your own lives. Eliza letter was especially touching when she spoke about her “crippling shyness”, her new found ability to use the computer and the friends she has made through this blog. Many of the letters spoke of new experiences, embracing new friendships, and an acceptance to venture into the unknown (from adventures like Columbus to ordinary people exploring the “cyber” world).

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  12. short version by jazzy: ephraim looks hot!

    (forgive me, artist)

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  13. Laughing my ass off at Jersey's comment! I especially love the cap of him carrying her ... can you just IMAGINE being carried by that man?!?!

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  14. Lovely and very insightful comments, Artist!

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  15. Jazzy – I promise that one day I will learn to say things in the abridged edition. Hopefully, one day soon. Whatever the message may be; the final synopsis is this - Vincent is the utopia that other men aspire to. In other words, he’s HOT!

    Thanks, snarkangel for the complement.

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  16. artist, i do like your description. i really do!
    again: i am sorry

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  17. Oh dear, Jazzy - my sincere apologies, I think you misunderstood my remarks; I was trying to be funny. I know I'm long winded - I can't help myself. I was not at all offended by your comment. Sorry for the misunderstanding. Sometimes my dry wit gets me into trouble.

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  18. artist, 'trouble' is my given name, lol. never mind my weird comments and never apologize at me!

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  19. This was a really really good one. I could make an excellent fantasy around your story.

    And I almost missed it since there was a post above it and I'd already hit your blog last evening.

    Very sneaky doing two posts like that.

    Have to watch out for you.

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  20. Jazzy and Artist: Never apologize for your insightful comments. As with All Things Vincent, sometimes we want to take it long and slow, and other times we want to take it hard and fast!

    God, I really need my inhaler now! ;)

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  21. The running joke in my family is if Vincent showed up at our door i'd be out the door so fast it wouldn't hit my tushie on the way out!

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