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Snippet of SenorGrim's CreepyPasta/No Sleep Stories: SKIP THIS CREEPYPASTA! (CreepyPasta Stories | Creepy Story Narration)

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Creepypastas! The Most Frightening Internet Stories Have you ever asked to yourself, "what is creepypasta?" In the early days of the internet, crowd-sourced stories started materializing in online forums and chat rooms. They were good stories, and people wanted to share them. But the only way to share things back then was to copy and paste them. So, people called these stories, “copypasta,” and a good time was had by all. But soon, new—darker—stories emerged, and the "creepypasta" is born. This playlist is a bone-chilling collection of the most iconic and scariest creepypasta stories and creepypasta characters, including Ticci Toby, Sally, Cartoon Cat, Smile Dog, and more. So enjoy, if you dare. But beware, there are things in this playlist that don't want to be found. Vurbl Paranormal: Tales of the Weird, Mysterious & Spooky
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This is not the pasta you're looking for. But if you insist on looking, you should know that this pasta is alive. It's a creature that's taken the form of a message. It works its way around the internet, luring people in with reverse psychology before making its move. So please, skip this creepypasta, before it's too late.
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I don't have much time to explain. You have to hear me out urgently. It's very important that you do so. I have for the past couple of weeks heard of something being passed around on the Internet, a simple message that you'll stumble upon when you least expect it. According to the people that have been passing around the rumors. When you receive this message, you will die soon after reading frozen with an intense look of horror upon your face, staring with clouded eyes at whatever attacked you as any sane person would. I believed all this to be nonsense as you do, according to the rumors, the message is very similar to a virus. Unlike its more devious counterparts, the message spreads one thing. Death. Apparently it's quite structured and concise, seemingly innocent. Some have even guessed that the message has a consciousness as odd as that sounds. That is an entity roaming about the Internet looking for human prey. It can take many forms, a post on social forums, perhaps being read out in a video or a podcast. It may even be posing as an innocent story intended to entertain or scare readers. What's so brilliant about this message is the fact that you rarely realize when you've stumbled upon it. It lures you in like prey, tricking you by conveying a feeling of trust, creating this immediate partnership with the narrator that they're looking out for you. This is not the case. You may be a quarter of the way through the message already and not even realize it. And even when you finally do catch on what's happening, you won't leave. You can't leave because there's some fundamental belief in humans that these things can't be riel. That these demonic entities only exists in the imagination. In movies and horror films, even those more switched on than the rest. Those who catch on quickly will still remain. Regardless, despite the warning signs, the entity has adapted itself to the human world. You see, it has listened, watched and taken in everything around it regarding the behavior of its prey. What do they fear? What do they seek? What other weaknesses? An attempt to form the greatest means of killing humans it can muster, and it succeeded the Internet. What a better place millions of people tune in every day on their phones, computers laptops and humans air stupid as well. Stupid because they won't believe in such things. They have been raised in such a way to regard anything paranormal as make believe. Like fools, they will pass around the demonic message to each other, showing their friends how weird or cool it is. After all, why should you fear something? If you don't believe it, it would blend in perfectly well. Think of it a message that has comments like the rest perhaps even a rating. Ah, post that has likes from humans expressing their enthusiasm for it. Ah, video that perhaps like any other with a narrator that is unwittingly dooming listeners and themselves, the prey will idiotically create the perfect disguise in this way aiding the demonic entity in its efforts. The message itself even uses language devices to attract the prey similar to how a carnivorous plant may draw fly to its death. Devices such as reverse psychology are used in the title. The fact that the narrator feigns fear or panic in the first opening sentences to intrigue. As the message continues, the humans will realize that the narrator is in fact the malicious entity that they heard about. You must have realized by now that this is the message. Well, you leave this page. No, you won't. That's what's so fiendishly brilliant about it. A little bit more to go and you're all powerless to leave. Powerless to stop your eyes from passing from word to word. You see, there's no way humans can resist the urge to find out how this message will conclude even afterwards. You may still refuse to believe. Well, still, cast away any fearful thoughts. This can't be riel. These things are never riel. It's just designed to frighten me. You've been occupied for about four minutes and 20 seconds now. During that time, you have licked your lips subconsciously. Once wipe your brow even scratched an itch on the back of your neck. You didn't notice you had done all this, But I did. How? Because I left at one big gap in the story. What is it that kills you? The message itself? Oh, no. The messages of distraction. You don't notice things When you were so captivated by something, your scratches and inches air One thing. But did you not see your door open briefly? Did you not hear that Russell has something slid into your room. It has already moved into position just out of sight and has been watching your movements for a while. You have until you turn off your computer, then it will attack. Oh, and feel free to warn others about this. Not that they'll listen. Seeing a warning that reads, Leave this page now. Well, just spark further curiosity.