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  • I seen a lot of user's on this site and on other pasta's sites say most of pasta's that are so dame popular or types that used to be popular to this day are shit mostly now, like ben, jeff, any of the slender pasta's, cupcake's (or any mlp pasta), gaming pasta's, or smile.dog. Why is this? i would understand is people's own opinions (like my self i hate jeff the killer with all my heart cause for the most part is kind of poorly writen and most of it don't make sence to me) but i wanna hear from you guy's why you hate any of these pasta's or if you don't tell me why you don't?

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    • There are many possibilities, but I can point out the main reasons.

      1)Most old pastas has some kind of standard that can be considered uncreative and unoriginal nowadays, and that makes the pasta feel dated.

      2)Most popular things get hate. This not just counts for pastas, but anything that's popular.

      3)Would you love to see the same kind of thing over and over again? I don't think so.

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    • ScrewYouDinkleberg wrote:
      There are many possibilities, but I can point out the main reasons.

      1)Most old pastas has some kind of standard that can be considered uncreative and unoriginal nowadays, and that makes the pasta feel dated.

      2)Most popular things get hate. This not just counts for pastas, but anything that's popular.

      3)Would you love to see the same kind of thing over and over again? I don't think so.

      1) yea is true that some pastas back in the time this day are outdated but i still find some that are just good and they been around kind of since the start like Mr.Widemouth or By The Edge Of The Water, but as for the spin pastas their based off, the story of them continues witch i just hate it

      2) i can agree on that, i bet some time later in the future people will hate russian sleep experament, i seen so many dame kids at my school brag bout the populor stuff o3o is annoying, is just like justin beber :P

      3) no honestly i would not want to see the dame thing over and over again, but some times they do change it up a bit, back in the time when ben was around it was kind of a intresting concept but now is just used up the ass by every author who made a gaming pasta (like sonic.exe)

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    • The more attention something gets, the more susceptible it is to criticism. Those old, popular pastas are easy fodder for newbies like me, because we don't understand why they are considered classics. And then there's the people who have known about them for a long time and are tired of hearing about them. It's really nothing unusual. It reminds me of how people started to hate Nirvana because they inspired the creation of so many horrible bands.

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    • Yea that is true, i only known bout pasta's by watching mrcreepypasta, creepsmcpasta, and creepypastajr, i been on this wiki a couple of times people talking bout these pasta's so i could understand

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    • 1999 is good and popular. Russian Sleep Experiment is awful and popular.

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    • GamerRanger wrote:
      1999 is good and popular. Russian Sleep Experiment is awful and popular.

      The Russian Sleep Experiment? I don't think I've ever heard of that one being considered bad.

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    • CassistRabbit wrote:

      GamerRanger wrote:
      1999 is good and popular. Russian Sleep Experiment is awful and popular.

      The Russian Sleep Experiment? I don't think I've ever heard of that one being considered bad.

      I've actually seen a few people call it bad recently, which isn't surprising given its hype. I don't think I've ever seen it compared to 1999 like that though (I feel they're on about the same level in terms of quality, but that's just me).

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    • Look up "Your Creepypastas sucks. Russian Sleep Experiment." It will explain to you why it is bad.

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    • GamerRanger wrote:
      Look up "Your Creepypastas sucks. Russian Sleep Experiment." It will explain to you why it is bad.

      Yeah, I saw someone link that in TRSE comments section a few days ago.

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    • LOLSKELETONS wrote:

      GamerRanger wrote:
      Look up "Your Creepypastas sucks. Russian Sleep Experiment." It will explain to you why it is bad.

      Yeah, I saw someone link that in TRSE comments section a few days ago.

      I honeslty don't like 1999 to me, it seem just like Happy Appy :p

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    • I finished reading it, and I thought the Russian Sleeping Experiement was pretty bad. It was really unbelievable and relied more on gore than anything else, and the ending was corny as hell. It failed to scare or even shock me at all.

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    • CassistRabbit wrote:
      I finished reading it, and I thought the Russian Sleeping Experiement was pretty bad. It was really unbelievable and relied more on gore than anything else, and the ending was corny as hell. It failed to scare or even shock me at all.

      You got that right, but at least is nothing to me like sonic.exe BEN or jeff the killer :P

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    • You got that right, but at least is nothing to me like sonic.exe BEN or jeff the killer :P

      But it's not exactly the same thing. I expected JtK to be at least sort of bad, but the Russian Sleep Experiement sounded like a really well-written pasta from what I'd heard. I was disappointed. .-.

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    • CassistRabbit wrote:
      You got that right, but at least is nothing to me like sonic.exe BEN or jeff the killer :P
      But it's not exactly the same thing. I expected JtK to be at least sort of bad, but the Russian Sleep Experiement sounded like a really well-written pasta from what I'd heard. I was disappointed. .-.

      well you are right, but at least to me russian sleep trys to kind of be decent, for the most part yea is kind of badly writen, as for jeff god dame i find it like some 12 year old writen it along with all the BullShit in it, yea their both not real but it seems jeff the killer pasta breaks some laws of science (i agree on you with what you said)

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    • I am making a blog post about bad creepypastas. Starting with Russian Sleep Experiment and how it causes people to lose brain cells. It should be moved to the trollpasta wiki.

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    • GamerRanger wrote:
      I am making a blog post about bad creepypastas. Starting with Russian Sleep Experiment and how it causes people to lose brain cells. It should be moved to the trollpasta wiki.

      Hardy har har. Russian Sleep Experiment is better than most classics. The pasta that makes people lose brain cells is JtK and Sonic.exe. See, I read them and forgot to change 'makes' and 'is' to 'make' and 'are.'

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    • The popular pastas I hate are Jeff, Slendy and Sonic.exe. i actually like the Russian Sleep Experiment mostly because the writing is better than most classics. And smile.dog is good too, but I've yet to find a classic that  find scary.

      I like BEN, it's pretty much the only gaming pasta I like. It has alot of effort put into it and it actuallyinvented the cliches in other gaming pastas, so they were just ripping off BEN.

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    • (btw, do we know who wrote Jeff?  I was wondering if he's still active.  I'd be curious what his feelings on the pasta are six years later)

      I'd say the only gaming pasta I truly like is Strangled Red, mainly because it fits into continuity with the original Pokemon games so well.

      I do like Russian Sleep Experiment.

      The one that bugs me is The House that Death Forgot.  Not because it's bad, but because it doesn't belong on the Suggested Reading list.  It isn't that good.

      And yes, as things become more popular, they inevitably attract critics.  I will do a dance for joy the first time I ever get to read a long rant about why one of my pastas is an overrated piece of crap.

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    • WatcherAzazel wrote:
      (btw, do we know who wrote Jeff?  I was wondering if he's still active.  I'd be curious what his feelings on the pasta are six years later)

      I'd say the only gaming pasta I truly like is Strangled Red, mainly because it fits into continuity with the original Pokemon games so well.

      I do like Russian Sleep Experiment.

      The one that bugs me is The House that Death Forgot.  Not because it's bad, but because it doesn't belong on the Suggested Reading list.  It isn't that good.

      And yes, as things become more popular, they inevitably attract critics.  I will do a dance for joy the first time I ever get to read a long rant about why one of my pastas is an overrated piece of crap.

      I think Strangled Red is ok, don't like it that much. So, you don't like BEN? it created most of the cliches you see in gaming pastas these days.

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    • Sykokillah wrote:
      WatcherAzazel wrote:
      (btw, do we know who wrote Jeff?  I was wondering if he's still active.  I'd be curious what his feelings on the pasta are six years later)

      I'd say the only gaming pasta I truly like is Strangled Red, mainly because it fits into continuity with the original Pokemon games so well.

      I do like Russian Sleep Experiment.

      The one that bugs me is The House that Death Forgot.  Not because it's bad, but because it doesn't belong on the Suggested Reading list.  It isn't that good.

      And yes, as things become more popular, they inevitably attract critics.  I will do a dance for joy the first time I ever get to read a long rant about why one of my pastas is an overrated piece of crap.

      I think Strangled Red is ok, don't like it that much. So, you don't like BEN? it created most of the cliches you see in gaming pastas these days.


      I started Ben once, and was just uninterested.

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    • No sonic.exe gets furry fanboys to fap to it. The Russian Sleep Experiment gets historians and anyone knows a single thing about Russian history that the Russian sleep Experiment is beyond stupid. It is incoherent.

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    • The Russian Sleep Experiment is a solid enough idea, with a flawed presentation. Many of those flaws are fairly subtle ones that a person with only a vague understanding of the history of the period wouldn't get.

      Others, like the varying counts of subjects and the tendency to go so far into gore effects that it becomes comical to some readers, are more blatant. Still, the idea is solid, and the writing isn't horrible.

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    • Probably because a lot of the things found in the older Creepypastas became tropes, while at the time they had never been done before. Some of them just... didn’t age well. Ben Drowned is one of the better ones, however many things that happened in it became overused tropes, therefore now the tropes in Ben Drowned became trite themselves.

      It’s like when you find a song you like, and then play it on repeat for a month, and have that be the ONLY song you listen to for that month. It gets old and you want to move on to something else

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