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Sort of hit a creative block, and am stuck abolutely for ideas. Does anyone have any good conceptual ideas out there? I mean I willing to accept pretty much any idea in almost any area of the WG fiction arena (as defined by the terms in the weight room).
 

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can you please write one about a group of renegade bbws kidnapping caroline rhea (the formerly hot/funny/charming/fat woman) for hosting the biggest loser and punishing her in a mauritanian force-feeding hut? maybe she gets a chance to escape while everyone's asleep but gets stuck in the doorway, discovered, and force-fed again while stuck in the doorway? feel free to include zombies. oh, and no farting. i personally don't care, but i actually want people to read it.
 

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Problem with most WG fiction is that it falls into a pattern from the very first sentence.

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"I've invented this new formula..."
"I decided to take the job at the bakery..."
"I started this new job..."
"[character name] was always chubby as a kid and felt uncomfortable about being big..."
"[character name] was always skinny as a kid and wondered what it would be like to be big..."

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I may have left a few out, but that's about the size of it for 90% of the stories I've skimmed in the hopes of finding something novel.

Then again, is it WG if other things are happening in and around the WG? Or is it just fiction with some WG elements that drive FAs crazy, wishing the whole thing was WG?
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Okay I think this might be somewhat new.
My idea is a couple who want to open a fitnesscenter have no success and through tring to get new customers by advertising the story really starts. Through a spelling error it is labeled as fatness-center and although they reject the idea the overwhelming demand for it, forces them to go along.
They research how to do, can thankfully use the weightgainpowder of weightlifters(stay realistic) and try to find ways of healthy gaining or distributing weight to certain Body parts. Also the female of the couple an obsessed health nut channels her ambition now in this direction as she tries to coach the customers and setting an example with herself.
 

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i thought it would be fun to do a story about Kelligrl. A sort of "where is she now?" kind of thing. I didn't know whether to make it a narrative or a mockumentary type story, written like a newspaper article.

in any case, yeah. that would be what i would do. every story idea i seem to get seems to be this huge epic, so i wouldnt recommend any to you. for one reason, im writing them as we speak. for another, i doubt you want to get too deeply involved.

aaaaaanywho. thats my two cents. and if you want to write the 3rd chapter of my "Fett City Chronicles," email me at faded_desdemonas@hotmail.com. That goes for anyone. You can read chapters 1 and 2 in the weight room under the titles: Birthday Party and The Jasmine Syndrome.
 

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fatlane said:
Problem with most WG fiction is that it falls into a pattern from the very first sentence.

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"I've invented this new formula..."
"I decided to take the job at the bakery..."
"I started this new job..."
"[character name] was always chubby as a kid and felt uncomfortable about being big..."
"[character name] was always skinny as a kid and wondered what it would be like to be big..."

*********

I may have left a few out, but that's about the size of it for 90% of the stories I've skimmed in the hopes of finding something novel.

Then again, is it WG if other things are happening in and around the WG? Or is it just fiction with some WG elements that drive FAs crazy, wishing the whole thing was WG?
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you forgot the WG revenage story "[character name] was always mean to fat girls]"
 

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Ideas being my stock in trade, I could help with a few.

•Imagine a distant research space station which is very small in size, and the main crewman is happy to be getting a second crewman, and even happier when he hears her voice in the radio transmission because he always wanted a girlfriend, but then she arrives and turns out to weigh 500 lbs. and now there is great difficulty in spatial accommodations.

•A film director who is an FA is bedding fat women by telling them in bars he can get them a job in giant monster suits for his monster movies. One woman wants a romantic lead instead and decides she is going to try to convince the director to change his ways by withholding sex.

•A magic spell has rendered all the inhabitants of the plannet Blubbulous skinny. Now their robot helpers are out of work since the people can do everything themselves, and their economy is in turmoil. Captain Barge of the Do-Nothing Patrol makes it his new mission to find the Wizard of Waif and get the spell removed.

•Someone unfamiliar with Bronzino's paintings has come to the conclusion that the giant foot from Monty Python is an example of prehistoric fat giantesses, and vows to track down more evidence in the jungles of the Amazon.

•A force-feeding-with-edible-currency story which causes a primitive tribe to discover the value of voluptuous volume.

•An FA who wants to remain skinny meets an FFA who also wants to remain skinny. Both like fatness, and neither can be. Yet they develop a great friendship and love for one another without gaining too much weight. Finally, their desperation for physical attraction gets too much for them, and they enter into a suicide pact.

•I have yet to see a WG fanfic about "Eek! the Cat"'s Annabelle.

•The Baron Munchausen never told the embarrassing stories about his sister the Baroness Munchia and her legendary (but true) appetite. In one episode she devours an entire cathedral belonging to a heretic church sect. In another, she goes to the Moon intending to sample the green cheese, but is annoyed when it turns out to be ordinary yellow cheese. (She eats it anyway, which is why astronauts never found any.)
 

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The most bizarre synopsis of a foodee, if not WG, story, is that of the French film, "Le Grande Bouffe".
 

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Never saw it, but the synopsis is haunting. Folks say they either love it or hate it or are morbidly(!) obessessed with it and the acres of pasta...
 

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"A force-feeding-with-edible-currency story which causes a primitive tribe to discover the value of voluptuous volume."

wtf...you use those hyphens like this is something cliche, you know, "oh, just a run-of-the-mill force-feeding-with-edible-currency..the usual stuff." i think i like the idea..do you mean like, a tribewoman becoming a "bank" of food?

•An FA who wants to remain skinny meets an FFA who also wants to remain skinny. Both like fatness, and neither can be. Yet they develop a great friendship and love for one another without gaining too much weight. Finally, their desperation for physical attraction gets too much for them, and they enter into a suicide pact.

this one sounds certainly original but way too depressing..why a suicide pact? why not just caving in to their desires in the almighty kitchen?

•I have yet to see a WG fanfic about "Eek! the Cat"'s Annabelle.

word! annabelle is one of the hottest and all-time overlooked cartoon feedees.
 

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Furry WG is on another site, IIRC... it's been done, just not around here.
 

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"she's kinda......fat....."

ahh, memories. kids today will never know quality fox kids programming. Dragon Ball Z marked the beginning of the end. Now it's all about japanese kids with huge eyes collecting stuff.

And now Batman has gone all anime on me with The Batman. Why not just revive "Batman: The Animated Series" for younger kids? They might love it!
 

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... or maybe serialize Jin-Roh The Wolf Brigade for the kiddos. (evil grin)
 

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How about 2 really close friends both of different gender who both are a bit chunky decide to have a weight gain contest and they both well get fatter and fatter then during it they fall in love with each other and they keep getting huge and it ends with them living happily ever after and them fat Around the 500 pound mark or something like that :p
 

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fatlane said:
Then again, is it WG if other things are happening in and around the WG? Or is it just fiction with some WG elements that drive FAs crazy, wishing the whole thing was WG?
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That's a good point. My own stories tend to be novella-length with chapters, and I have sometimes wondered if people think I take too long to cut to the chase (that is, the gain). There has so far always been a non-gaining subplot as well, in a deliberate attempt not to write the stereotypical stories you mention. I'd really be intrigued to know what other people think about this.

I have gotten a great deal of pleasure from stories by other people which do fall into these categories, although as a food enthusiast I sometimes feel a little cheated by stories where the gain is due to magic or sci-fi potions. I write what I like, and that's a slow gain with lots of loving lingering on the inbetween stages, rather than rocketing straight to supersizeddom. As a result, only one of my characters has ever got that large... it would just take too long. (I do have a fatal weakness for the "Twelve Months Later" last paragraph so I can write a final fatter description, although i know I might as well write "And they all gained happily ever after.")

I suppose one of my main influences is probably Melanie Bell, who wrote long multipart stories which have non-gaining plot aspects too...

As a challenge, I'm trying at the moment to write a BBW story which will be shorter, contain less extraneous matter, and yes, will fall into the one-woman-jealous-of-another category. They say there are only seven distinct plots in the history of fiction... I'll put it up on the site when I finish it.

And my creative writing teacher used to say any plot could be summed up by "Get your character into trouble. Either get him out, or don't. The End."

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