As much of a fan I am of creepypasta, I have to admit that I'm pretty new to actually writing some. I don't mean to sound rude or anything, but the idea that something that I wrote as a drabble can be deleted because it doesn't meet a quality standard that I wasn't aware of it kind of startling. I mean, how do you measure the quality of a short little thing that's supposed to unnerve the audience? It was literally just something to get off of my mind.

And how does someone become an admin on this site? Is it an official job that they get paid to do? Or is it just something that happens?

(If you can't tell already, I do like to ask a lot of questions. It just helps get stuff off my mind when I'm writing.)

How much research would be expected to be put in a pasta? What if it's not exceptionally good, but has a good idea that could be worked on, but someone had a bad day and refuses to let the writer re-upload it? Does that even happen? Could someone literally write a pasta on just about anything? I know that I had a pasta that was up for deletion, and it got taken down because the reasons didn't exactly match up, but the person that actually PROVIDED A RESPONSE -

(This really pisses me off - the person that decides to put it up for possible deletion won't answer my questions, so someone else has to do it.)

- said that while the pasta shouldn't really be deleted, they were offput by the child pornography and mastrubation in it.

(Don't mean to sound rude, but that was kinda what I was aiming for with that pasta.)

I'm planning on answering questions that people might have on any of my future pastas on my blog, so I'll answer that question now.

Question: How did the creepy stalker eat if he was in that attic for 7 years?

Answer: He snuck out when he could to steal food that he could eat. Usually things that were dried and filled with preservatives, so he wouldn't have to worry about it going bad.

--Fallen-angel-2319 (talk) 05:37, August 12, 2014 (UTC)