"I saw Slender Man!!!!11!1one!eleven!!onehundredandone!!

I was lying in my bed. I couldn't sleep, and I was staring at the ceiling absentmindedly. I randomly looked out the window (Because that's all I could do, right? I can't just lay there and contemplate about the meaning of life :/.), and I saw it... Some tall nicely-dressed guy standing in my backyard, looking at me. I don't know what kind of kinky acid he was doing, but y'know what? I was gonna mosey along up to him and tell him to GTFO! That'll stop him! I exited the house armed with a baseball bat, and entered my backyard. Strange thing was, he wasn't there!!!11one!!eleven!!!onethousandonehundredandeleven! I'm not one to jump to conclusions, but that was some scary-ass poo right there. ... I've gone insane. I'm seeing things. All I see is him. All of my loved ones... They've disappeared! Mother of Sephiroth... He's staring into my soul!!!!onemillioneleventhousandonehundredandeleven!!

OBITCHUARY (don't ask me why he misspelled it like that)

Micheal (yeah, he misspelled Michael) Keaton was found dead in his home on--"

... And the rest is unimportant. That, my fellow Wikians, was a sample of a collection of creepypastas created by my friend's little brother. He barely even knows who Slender Man is, and he's writing these creepypastas that can best be described as a smudge on Slender Man's otherwise perfect suit. Ugh >.<.

I freaking hate reading unreadable/broken pastas. Pastas are ment to scare people, but not with their spelling :P. The saddest thing is, I see stories like that every day.

Anyway, my question is this; Does anybody think that there's a some of hope for creepypastas in the future, or will they all terrible, cliché, and alot like the story above? Because right now, the future seems pretty damn depressing, at least to me :/.

(This is just to clarify) I love this wiki, and I didn't begin editing here to spread my opinion (I'm looking at you, Ophelia), and I won't stop editing because some guy who probably just created an account to hate on me thinks that I'm "fagging" up the place.