History Website / Bogleech

9th Apr '16 4:42:31 PM Delphi
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* AuthorAppeal: Monsters of course, but especially blob monsters, body horror and monsters based on invertebrates (especially flies, ticks and cockroaches).


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* CuteMonsterGirl: A PetPeeveTrope that he's always happy to see aversions of.
5th Dec '15 7:12:23 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* RunningGag: As far as the site is concerned, Christmas ''does not exist''. The few times it has to be mentioned, it is [[SymbolSwearing censored]] as if it were some horrible swearword. Halloween is the one only true holiday (the site owner is even born on that date). It's probably all part of the absurdist comedy style of the articles, but then again...
18th Nov '15 1:21:30 PM intastiel
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* StylisticSuck: Anything ostensibly produced by Burgrr, a {{creepypasta}}-born combination of PocketDimension, GeniusLoci, and EldritchAbomination formed around the concept of meat processing. It [[http://www.bogleech.com/awfulhospital/meeptz.html looks]] [[http://www.bogleech.com/awfulhospital/blogburger.html like]] someone flayed the idea of a butcher shop and made a puppet of its skin, and it's a [[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Burgrr_Entries lure]] for some of their [[ToServeMan raw materials]].
27th Aug '15 1:44:50 PM Nire
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* TakeThat: [[http://bogleech.com/arachnophobia.html This]] article originally ended in one, after a pretty nice build-up. Most of the information about spiders and arachnophobia is presented pretty fairly, if perhaps a bit bitterly. For the sake of the sensitive, most of the photographs are of butterflies. These butterfly photos get increasingly creepier as they go (did you ever notice how ugly butterflies can be up close?). Towards the end there used to be a picture of a jumping spider looking quite innocent and adorable, presumably to ease arachnophobes into the idea that spiders can be cute, too. Then the second-to-last picture showed a wolf spider with babies on her back and a caption saying, "This is happening in your hair right now," followed by a photo of a spider catching and killing a butterfly. The words accompanying this picture: "Also, screw you." This has since been removed, supposedly because it undermined the message of the article itself.
27th Aug '15 1:44:07 PM Nire
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* TakeThat: [[http://bogleech.com/arachnophobia.html This]] article originally ended in one, after a pretty nice build-up. Most of the information about spiders and arachnophobia is presented pretty fairly, if perhaps a bit bitterly. For the sake of the sensitive, most of the photographs are of butterflies. These butterfly photos get increasingly creepier as they go (did you ever notice how ugly butterflies can be up close?). Towards the end there used to be a picture of a jumping spider looking quite innocent and adorable, presumably to ease arachnophobes into the idea that spiders can be cute, too. Then the second-to-last picture showed a wolf spider with babies on her back and a caption saying, "This is happening in your hair right now," followed by a photo of a spider catching and killing a butterfly. The words accompanying this picture: "Also, screw you."

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* TakeThat: [[http://bogleech.com/arachnophobia.html This]] article originally ended in one, after a pretty nice build-up. Most of the information about spiders and arachnophobia is presented pretty fairly, if perhaps a bit bitterly. For the sake of the sensitive, most of the photographs are of butterflies. These butterfly photos get increasingly creepier as they go (did you ever notice how ugly butterflies can be up close?). Towards the end there used to be a picture of a jumping spider looking quite innocent and adorable, presumably to ease arachnophobes into the idea that spiders can be cute, too. Then the second-to-last picture showed a wolf spider with babies on her back and a caption saying, "This is happening in your hair right now," followed by a photo of a spider catching and killing a butterfly. The words accompanying this picture: "Also, screw you."" This has since been removed, supposedly because it undermined the message of the article itself.
27th Aug '15 1:40:27 PM Nire
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* TakeThat: [[http://bogleech.com/arachnophobia.html This]] article ends in one, after a pretty nice build-up. Most of the information about spiders and arachnophobia is presented pretty fairly, if perhaps a bit bitterly. For the sake of the sensitive, most of the photographs are of butterflies. These butterfly photos [[spoiler: get increasingly creepier as they go (did you ever notice how ugly butterflies can be up close?)]], and then suddenly you get a picture of a jumping spider looking quite innocent and adorable, presumably to ease arachnophobes into the idea that spiders can be cute, too. Then the second-to-last picture pops up, followed by a photo of [[spoiler: a spider catching and killing a butterfly. The words accompanying this picture: "Also, screw you."]] The overall intention is a comical one, but it can still be a little jarring.

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* TakeThat: [[http://bogleech.com/arachnophobia.html This]] article ends originally ended in one, after a pretty nice build-up. Most of the information about spiders and arachnophobia is presented pretty fairly, if perhaps a bit bitterly. For the sake of the sensitive, most of the photographs are of butterflies. These butterfly photos [[spoiler: get increasingly creepier as they go (did you ever notice how ugly butterflies can be up close?)]], and then suddenly you get close?). Towards the end there used to be a picture of a jumping spider looking quite innocent and adorable, presumably to ease arachnophobes into the idea that spiders can be cute, too. Then the second-to-last picture pops up, showed a wolf spider with babies on her back and a caption saying, "This is happening in your hair right now," followed by a photo of [[spoiler: a spider catching and killing a butterfly. The words accompanying this picture: "Also, screw you."]] The overall intention is a comical one, but it can still be a little jarring."
21st Aug '15 2:49:54 PM Observance
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* NightmareFetishist: To the point where he could be considered a MostTriumphantExample.

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* NightmareFetishist: To the point where he could be considered a MostTriumphantExample. Ironically, as a child he used to spook incredibly easily.
21st Aug '15 2:46:20 PM Observance
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* NightmareFetishist

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* NightmareFetishistNightmareFetishist: To the point where he could be considered a MostTriumphantExample.
24th Jul '15 12:05:24 PM SIADmander
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[[http://www.bogleech.com/ Bogleech]] is a website devoted to insects, parasites and monsters in general. It was started by web cartoonist and biology buff Jonathan Wojcik, also known as Tropers/{{Scythemantis}}. Topics include biology, movie monsters, videogames, toys, mythology, and so on. The main site also includes webcomics (notably, ''Webcomic/AwfulHospital'') and flash cartoons, as well as ''TabletopGame/{{Mortasheen}},'' Wojcik's own idea for a Pokemon-style videogame. Also has links to numerous Cracked.com articles written by him, usually about the less pleasant aspects of Mother Nature (e.g. parasites that cause aberrant supernumerary leg growth in frog).

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[[http://www.bogleech.com/ Bogleech]] is a website devoted to insects, parasites and monsters in general. It was started by web cartoonist and biology buff Jonathan Wojcik, also known as Tropers/{{Scythemantis}}. Topics include biology, movie monsters, videogames, toys, mythology, and so on. The main site also includes webcomics (notably, ''Webcomic/AwfulHospital'') and flash cartoons, as well as ''TabletopGame/{{Mortasheen}},'' Wojcik's own idea for a Pokemon-style videogame.tabletop RPG. Also has links to numerous Cracked.com articles written by him, usually about the less pleasant aspects of Mother Nature (e.g. parasites that cause aberrant supernumerary leg growth in frog).
11th May '15 8:27:49 AM AmiciDiBeowulf
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** The only exception seems to be dolphins, but he mostly hates how they're idolized by pop culture.
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