Eartha

Gender
Female
Occupation
Personal Trainer
Full Name
Eartha Brute (Born Edyta Zofia Czeslawa Zielinski)
Known Aliases
Earth, Edyth, EB, Sheila Rose
Age
30
Physique
Body Builder
Eye Color
Blue
Hair Color
Green
Appearance
Tall and brawny with the odd scar or bruise from colliding into glass doors.
Character Background
Eartha Brute was born Edyta Zofia Czeslawa Zielinski and raised in a Polish orphanage until the age of 7 when she was adopted by her mentor Marek Ladziak and his wife Apolonia. Ladziak was an obsessive body builder and won the Polish National Prize on several occasions. He helped her understand muscle toning and physique, and even helped Eartha enter a youth body building contest when she was 16. She left with second prize.

After Ladziak's sudden death when she was 18, Edyta was given a sum of money and parted ways with her adoptive mother. She migrated to the United Kingdom where she began training the rich and famous.

At a rave in Ibiza, she was introduced to a young socialite who was recovering from something she called a 'tennis elbow' but was clearly an injury caused by excessive globe-trotting. After a few training sessions they bonded, and Eartha became an indispensable part of VILE.
Personality
Outwardly, she's strong, vivacious, a regular comedienne with a love for bright colors and a firm believer in action speaking louder than words. Inwardly, she's a concealed romantic, keeping a personal library of romance books. Eartha keeps a secret diary of her imaginary or one-sided pursuits for love, which she vents to almost religiously.

It's apparent that everyone in VILE knows of this book, because Eartha mentioned it unintentionally on many occasions. Most leave her be and those who tried to read it have found her handwriting impossible. Her recent limerences include good guy detectives and watch collectors.
Aspirations
-To finish her own collection of romance stories.
-To match at least one couple and give a speech at their wedding.
-To fix Vic's hunch.
Color #
C17E00

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    Post Dedication

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  7. 10

    Likable

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  • Victorique Victorique:
    Teach passes out a petition saying the whole dihydrogen monoxide shtick and I remember the entire site from last year in chemistry.
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    I was one of the minority who didnt sign, thus granting me a 100
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  • Eugene Eugene:
    That gag does sound very science teacher-esque.
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    The entire lesson was about being knowledgeable before signing a petition
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    And knowing your science
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  • Eugene Eugene:
    That's un-american.
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    The science teachers passes it out every year but my chem class didn't get the petition because we were a chem class and would obviously get the gag
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  • Claire Yeon Claire Yeon:
    Always check your sources.
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    Well, the site for the petition is backed by a lot of sources
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  • Eugene Eugene:
    Don't tell me how to live my life @Claire Yeon.
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    So checking sources for statistic and well known fact isnt gonna help in that case
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  • Deric Storm Deric Storm:
    oh, the dihydrogen oxide gag?
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  • Eugene Eugene:
    I suppose it could also be an example of persuasiveness and crowd mentality.
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    If you're in business, marketing, or psychology, anyways.
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  • Chase Chase:
    I keep thinking today is Monday...
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    let's all be glad it's not!
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  • Claire Yeon Claire Yeon:
    I just watched an episode of Queer Eye on Netflix and two friends of the person they were making over were named Carmen and Chase. This brings me joy. ))
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  • Chase Chase:
    @Claire Yeon, You must be seriously observant. I haven't come across either names IRL outside the context of Carmen Sandiego.
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  • Deric Storm Deric Storm:
    (I've seen Chase a couple times, but not Carmen)
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  • Claire Yeon Claire Yeon:
    I have a cousin named Carmen; I'm one of those people where when I hear a name that a family member has it sticks out. There was a kid named Chase in a class I used to teach, and I'm sure I've met others, but he's the only one I can think of off the top of my head.))
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    curls up under blankets and reads quietly morning all
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    so I live in an area where the name carmen and the name chase are both incredibly common and at one point there was one carmen and one chase in my class. one time we were called in line order in groups of two, so carmen and I were both called. the teacher blanked for a moment because my name is incredibly similar to miranda and teach was like "... Carmen Miranda. I just realized that."))
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  • Victorique Victorique:
    Ive also had two chases in my class at the same time
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