aka Phillip Wessel

  • I was born on April 27
  • My occupation is Knowledge
  • I am Male
  • ChildofSolitude

    Recently I ran out of idea's for a good pasta.

    I was thinking all yesterday (In between running to the bathroom to remove the stomach flu from my body.) and I realized that we are seriously running out of good, unused idea's.

    I can understand that using something more than once is good, but almost all of the ideas that are reusable are already juiced to a pulp. 

    I had an idea a few days ago about a forum troll that was more than he seemed, but then I looked at the POTM and I immediatly realized posting it would make me look very, very uninspired. So I scratched that.

    I then had an idea about insects that were given genetic mutations, but the 'test goes wrong everyone dies' idea is probably the most overused of all (Besides those bloody lost ep…

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  • ChildofSolitude

    Just a disclaimer, this could be a rant about almost all of the new pasta's. But I'll spare them for now.

    Dear god, people, would you stop using that script that makes your name show up on the creepypasta? This is taking 'YOUR NEXT' to a whole new level.

    Even worse, when you happen to be offline, it completly RUINS a good pasta. Seriously, people?

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  • ChildofSolitude

    Well, I've noticed that people have conflicting views (In everything, but that's not the point) about what is considered 'Scary' or 'Good Creepypasta'.

    For example, I think there is a difference between 'Scary' and 'Well written'. My favorite Pasta on this entire site is Psychosis, because it is well written, creepy, and the ending is...Shocking. All of these factors make a good pasta, I'm pretty sure.

    In no offense to the original creator, I never liked Red Mist (More commonly known as Squidward's Suicide) basically because it wasn't really scary. It was well written and memorable, but it just didn't scare me (primarly because the main topic was Spongebob.)

    However, looking at the comments reveal that most consider it to be the 'Scariest Cre…

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