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Hi. This is my first ever blog post so bear with me. I've read several creepypasta stories before actually writing a few, of which I'm am getting better at by utilizing the constructive critisism from other users on here. However there are some creepypasta's that are well known but honestly either not too good, or could have been better.
One example of one that could have been better, but had an interesting concept was Jeff the Killer. As many of you know this story is a classic creepypasta about a young boy who goes insane and murders people. There's more to the story than that, but you get the gist. The thing about it though is the fact that there are some continuity errors such as there being daylight and some points and darkness at others when the same event is being described. There are also alot of gramatical errors such as "him" instead of "he" or "his". Stuff like that
So basically what I'm asking, and this is just open for discussion, what makes the pastas known as classics, classics. Even with errors in them.
Also, if I'm lucky, I might be able to make a blog post once a week or something.
I await your responses! :)