History YMMV / Creepypasta

19th Oct '17 3:42:43 PM TheCastawayPariah
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** While it's also prime NightmareFuel, "Literature/MaxAndRuby [[MissingEpisode 0004]]" is also one of these, considering the fact that one of the images in it is Max and Ruby standing in front of their parents' grave. Considering the fact that on the show, we never do see their parents and [[PromotedToParent Ruby tends to act more adult than a girl her age should]]...

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** While it's also prime NightmareFuel, "Literature/MaxAndRuby [[MissingEpisode 0004]]" FanFic/MaxAndRuby0004 is also one of these, considering the fact that one of the images in it is Max and Ruby standing in front of their parents' grave. Considering the fact that on the show, we never do see their parents and [[PromotedToParent Ruby tends to act more adult than a girl her age should]]...
13th Oct '17 11:37:00 PM Nire
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** Speaking of Spongebob, the "Spongebob Bootleg Episode's" UncannyValley still of Spongebob himself is pretty creepy and according to the Creepypasta itself, "those who look at the still long enough claim to see Spongebob blink". And if you look at it long enough? He really does...because the image is a ''gif''. There goes the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief.

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** Speaking of Spongebob, the "Spongebob Bootleg Episode's" Episode"'s UncannyValley still of Spongebob himself is pretty creepy and according to the Creepypasta itself, "those who look at the still long enough claim to see Spongebob blink". And if you look at it long enough? He really does...because the image is a ''gif''. There goes the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief.
6th Sep '17 2:02:56 AM PaulA
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** ''Smile.dog'' itself may have been inspired/influenced by Creator/HPLovecraft's short story, ''The Pickman's Model''.

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** ''Smile.dog'' itself may have been inspired/influenced by Creator/HPLovecraft's short story, ''The Pickman's Model''."Pickman's Model".
1st Aug '17 8:09:00 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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** A lot of the "major" monsters can get this from some part of the fandom, not just Jeff the Killer. Some good examples being the Slenderman himself, X from Sonic.exe, and Laughing Jack. Jeff the Killer and the Slenderman get it the worst, though, due to being the most popular.



* TheScrappy: Clockwork: Your Time Is Up is often considered to be one of the worst Creepypastas of all time, naturally leading to the main character, Natalie, being the fandom's equivalent of [[FanFic/MyImmortal Ebony Dark'ness Dementia Raven Way]] for personifying the fandom's Mary Sue traits. And unlike JeffTheKiller, she has literally no defenders.

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* TheScrappy: Clockwork: Your Time Is Up is often considered to be one of the worst Creepypastas of all time, naturally leading to the main character, Natalie, being the fandom's equivalent of [[FanFic/MyImmortal Ebony Dark'ness Dementia Raven Way]] for personifying the fandom's Mary Sue traits. And unlike JeffTheKiller, she has literally no very few defenders.
5th Jul '17 12:10:11 PM CJCroen1393
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** The disturbing audio described in [[http://geosheas-lost-episodes.wikia.com/wiki/South_Park_Lost_Episode this]] ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' lost episode pasta is strongly implied to be [[spoiler:the suicide of Mary Kay Bergman]].
17th Jun '17 8:49:46 PM CJCroen1393
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: "The Black Friday Incident": [[spoiler:Did the Pixar animators create that disturbing short film because they were driven to insanity from stress or was it their way of giving the [[ExecutiveMeddling meddling executives]] the proverbial middle finger]]? Given that one of them [[spoiler:killed himself]] shortly after finishing it, you might assume the former, but there is something interesting about [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Woody's]] actions in the short film--he [[spoiler:writes the word "EDGE" on the wall in blood (the executives were constantly demanding "more edge" for the movie) and tauntingly asks "Don't you want it!? Don't you ''love'' it!?" to the audience (aka, the executives that the footage is being screened for)]].
4th Jun '17 8:22:09 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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*** They especially get hit hard when you realize that the main characters could have avoided everything [[JustEatGilligan just by putting the game on their shelf and not playing it anymore.]]
1st Jun '17 12:54:55 PM CJCroen1393
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** Similarly, "Blue Tears" has a sequence where Blue challenges Red to a battle. It's claimed that "there was no option to run away"...which should be obvious because in ''Pokemon'' you ''aren't allowed'' to run from trainer battles.
23rd May '17 5:07:13 PM TokoWH
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** In general, use of supernatural elements in creepypastas has been dying out thanks to frequent [[SturgeonsLaw less than stellar]] overuse of it in many creepypastas over the years. Cryptids ''may'' be able to skit by but over the years creepypastas have shifted from supernatural horror to underground conspiracies/organizations and ''actual'' odd real world phenomena that can be done such as [[ShownTheirWorks optical tricks or other such creepy 'mind hacks']] you can pull on yourself in real life. While creepypasta about supernatural horrors may continue to be made, it often takes a ''lot'' of effort on the writers to keep it from becoming yet more SnarkBait amongst the community.

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** In general, use of supernatural elements in creepypastas has been dying out thanks to frequent [[SturgeonsLaw less than stellar]] overuse of it in many creepypastas over the years. Cryptids ''may'' be able to skit by but over the years creepypastas have shifted from supernatural horror to underground conspiracies/organizations and ''actual'' odd real world phenomena that can be done such as [[ShownTheirWorks [[ShownTheirWork optical tricks or other such creepy 'mind hacks']] you can pull on yourself in real life. While creepypasta about supernatural horrors may continue to be made, it often takes a ''lot'' of effort on the writers to keep it from becoming yet more SnarkBait amongst the community.
23rd May '17 5:06:37 PM TokoWH
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* DiscreditedTrope: Using "Hyper-realistic" to describe anything is heavy discouraged by the Creepypasta Community at large, as the word has suffered extensive mis- and overuse and is seen as pure {{Narm}} as a result.

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Using "Hyper-realistic" to describe anything is heavy discouraged by the Creepypasta Community at large, as the word has suffered extensive mis- and overuse and is seen as pure {{Narm}} as a result.result.
** In general, use of supernatural elements in creepypastas has been dying out thanks to frequent [[SturgeonsLaw less than stellar]] overuse of it in many creepypastas over the years. Cryptids ''may'' be able to skit by but over the years creepypastas have shifted from supernatural horror to underground conspiracies/organizations and ''actual'' odd real world phenomena that can be done such as [[ShownTheirWorks optical tricks or other such creepy 'mind hacks']] you can pull on yourself in real life. While creepypasta about supernatural horrors may continue to be made, it often takes a ''lot'' of effort on the writers to keep it from becoming yet more SnarkBait amongst the community.
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