HopelessNightOwl changed the layout early yesterday (according to the edit history). I think he just rearranged the information so you don't have to scroll down as far. Also, New Stories are more eye-catching now (big text), as opposed to blogs.
That said, I didn't notice the design until I saw this post. It weirded me out at first, but I like it the more I look at it.
I have an email. Should I share it with you?
I don't understand. What about your character conveys "insanity"? What does "in its best" mean?
You can post it on the Spinpasta Wiki.
Hola. ¿Por qué está aquí y no está en Wiki Creepypasta Español?
You can do mine too. They're on this page.
What's your general idea for the plot of the story you're making?
I think you can't give your stories more protection than CC-BY-SA, but you can take away protections.
Thank you, Ranvenant2. Your idea (that people should be able to narrate physical novels which cost money to produce on the Internet for free) doesn't make sense, and even though you and MrDupin both argued with Slimebeast, I'm sure MrDupin will disagree with your strange opinion.
@Danno69420 I feel like "If you're straight don't comment" and "even if you don't comment you're a monster!" in the same post implies that LGBTQ+ and straight people are both monsters, like "You're a monster if you do comment (LGBTQ+), but even if you don't (straight), you're a monster."
To be clear, I think this is funny, and I believe Get-Rekt was trying to say "If you hate LGBTQ+ people, you're a monster."
To figure out what you must do in order to be yourself, you could ask yourself "What could I do to feel better in my own skin?"
To help with your creepypasta, you could ask yourself, "What would make me more uncomfortable? What's the worst thing that could happen?"
The only problem is that "What can I do to be myself?" and "What can I do to help my short horror story?" are two very different questions. You are not a short horror story; you are a human being and don't deserve to be trapped in a girl's body.
If anything, I suggest you go on a website such as this reddit group for men/boys who were born trapped in girls' bodies: https://old.reddit.com/r/FTMMen/
Then later, you can write a story about something awful that could have happened to you.
But I'm just one person; if you disagree with me, you could wait for other people's opinions.
Thoughts: Does this mean you are transgender?
Info: What do you mean? What kind of info do you want?
Do you notice people interacting with your stories more after they get narrated?
@MrDupin I don't mean to derail the topic, but what did he say that caused your reaction?
Maybe he does care. He never said he didn't.
Edit: by "does care", I meant "does care about responding to your post" not "does care that you won't read his books". I should have clarified.
An infinitely large frying pan
An infinitely large wasp nest
An infinitely large mouth
An infinitely large fire
A lot of things are scary if you can't escape them, even if they're finite.
Trever Henderson might have already ascended to the "writing books and clamping down" part, considering he wrote a novel.
*Edit: I originally insulted narrators in this comment by calling them "unprofessional as sin" and implying that they might not credit someone's actual work. I can't really support that, and it's the least important part of the argument, so I erased that part of the comment.
It's not real.
You know what? I think I'll write some silly stories and post them on the site.