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February 24, 2014

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  • Bountybear

    I missed the date of submission, well forgot, about the first one, will there ever be another contest of that type? Perhaps a Halloween art contest? I mean, the first one seemed to have a very small amount of submissions, but I digress.

    Art is cool.

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  • Bountybear

    I told my mom about my depression and she was like "Shit dude sorry" as she also has clinical depression. I talked to some of my friends about depression, and one of them is suicidal and the way her mom reacts to it. By saying that she needs more god in her life, her mom is a really devout Muslim so I should say Allah, and her dad is a Christian, but that's unimportant. My mom faced weird treatment for depression as a kid, such as her mom telling her to buck up, and I really like how she responded like its a problem and not just an illusion on my part. Depression sucks, so does everything else. But I shouldn't kill myself because how else will I get to prove that I'm amazing? I wouldn't. Related but not too much. Movies like Babadook, and…

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  • Bountybear

    Childhood books

    July 4, 2015 by Bountybear

    I learned from reading books, such as Slaughterhouse Five, The Lord of the Flies, Fahrenheit 451(my personal favorite), etc, etc. And I learned that they are all written very differently, from horror books such as the Exorcist(which I found to be a bit dry) and Amityville(Which when I first attempted to read it, I got so scared my mom hid the book), that they mostly don't suck. I like to think they gave me an insight inot how to write better, really they just showed me how you can write differently. Creepypasta has always seemed to hinge, to me at least, on being personal, or first person POV, to establish a relationship with the reader quickly as Creepypasta tends to be short. This is a matter of my tastes, but I prefer first person Cree…

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  • Bountybear

    Absurdism

    April 3, 2015 by Bountybear

    Are there stories which have a large amount of absurdity. Like instead of taking a story one hundred percent seriously, it sort of bathes in lunacy but not to the point where it's ridiculous. Such as a story starts not with a cliche "He's trying to get me", but instead a slightly humorous, albeit nonsensical, opening like "A man broke into my house, it's Tuesday again." A story where in a person, or people, live in the world of Creepypasta, with all of it monsters and ghouls, and bizarre characters, and have become very hard to scare, and used to all of it. Humanity would probably exist in small pockets, due to all the OCs running around killing things with remarkably bad grammar, and also the more Lovecraftian monsters forcing everyone to…

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  • Bountybear

    I've read blogs like this on Reddit, and other sites. Where in the poster asks what is everyone's scariest experience

    This will mainly relate to non-ghost experiences, as I am a skeptic. Stories of odd occurrences, weird meetings, creepy people, the only rule is that the story is true and about you or someone close to you. Stories similar to r/LetsNotMeet, or whatever.

    A creepy experience to someone close to me, was at my school. My school is separated into three buildings, and academic, an art building(no lock on the door), and a more general fine arts building. Well, one day during an art class, a man walked up to the art building, and walked inside. He walked into the main classroom, and just took several pictures of the students, and the…

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