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A Creepypasta is a story that is designed to be creepy. Stories can often be gory as well. Creepypastas are sometimes abbreviated as "pastas".

CreepyPasta origin/definition Edit

CreepyPastsas can be thought of as the internet's reincarnation of an urban legend or myth, basically it's a story (horror centered in this case) where people take characters, places or really any part of a story/ fictional world or interaction with them and try to make it unsettling or more violent in the hopes to make the reader/viewer scared or (in most cases) believe the story/event is real

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Example of a gaming CreepyPasta

Other Pastas Edit

There are many subcategories of CreepyPastas but here are the main ones.

Trollpastas: Edit

Trollpastas are basically pastas that are just made to troll readers. These pastas are often short, and troll pastas tend to mock the creators of cliche-filled pastas.

Dramapastas:00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Edit

These are considered to be variants of normal creepypastas, except there is more drama and action than actual creepy gore. There are no difference in lengths of both pastas, as they can be short and long.

Romopastas: Edit

are pretty much just fav-fics were everyone is killed or tortured for the sake of pure violence or sexual appeal these are definitely not for kids +18 plus recommended

Extra Facts Edit

  • the word "CreepyPasta" comes from the slang word "copypasta" which refers to a text block that is passed on from website to website.
  • the most used media for creepypastas is gaming
  • according to Google Analytics "Jeff the Killer" is the most searched CreepyPasta of 2018 followed by "Candle Cove".

Want More? Edit

Here are some links to more CreepyPasta fun: Edit

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcwM9Z5xkSNmaBnlH6hpNVg

HoodoHoodumsRevenge is a youtuber how mostly focuses on CreepyPasta readings from websites including FANDOM and Tumbler, but sometimes does movie reviews, countdowns or gaming videos.

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