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It's all archived :)

Best of luck with the book, I know I'd publish you if it was my decision lol. Your son sounds far cooler than I would have been at that age.

Things are going alright over here, yeah. I've just read the Godfather (finally) and I'm about to start reading Words by Sartre, which should be interesting.

« UnderScorre » 07:47, May 3, 2016 (UTC)

New Poop

Hey, old timer. Saw that message about you trying to get your novel published. That's awesome, brother. I really hope that works out for ya. I'll definitely be first in line to buy a signed copy. I expect the pages to be stained with piss and blood. Anyway, I just put up the sequel to Ned the Nihilist, and thought you might wanna check it out sometime when you're bored. It's called Verner the Vigilante: A Disturbingly Delicious Diatribe. I stepped things up a bit, perhaps too much, but hopefully it lands right. Feel free to hate it. Hope all is well on your end. Have a good one.

Jay Ten (talk) 12:00, May 3, 2016 (UTC)


I understand haha. And I think you may have misunderstood. I haven't finished any novels, I've only started writing some. But i've been focusing more on one than the other, so right now it's only one. By the way, I read your story Bubblegum Cigarettes and it was very real. It was scary because of the fact that it could happen. Kudos! 

I also know that you are working on your own novel. How's that going along? 

glad to see you're still alive!

Supersatan25 (talk) 20:13, May 10, 2016 (UTC)

re: 666

Are people still contributing to that? It says it's been archived, and I don't wanna get in trouble if I think of something fun to post. Thanks for the invite in any case!--Mikemacdee (talk) 12:46, May 12, 2016 (UTC)

The blog isn't locked or anything. We only tend to enforce the archive rule (no commenting on old blogs/forum posts) when the issue has long since been resolved (a user commenting on on old forum post about whether or not we should keep or delete JtK for example) or the contest is complete (Like Blacknumber1's contest). As it's still ongoing, there really isn't anything restricting people from commenting. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 17:22, May 12, 2016 (UTC)

Easy Rider

Hello, how are you?
Long time, no talk, chap, how's it been going? I've heard you've been writing stuff elsewhere, (and optionally good stuff (just kidding my brother)) which is really awesome—mind sharing a link with a lost fan?

I came for three reasons; an orgasm (easy joke,) even easier and nastier jokes, and a road trip.
I miss saying stupid things and being fucked up and doing fucked up shit with you, so I wondered if I could have any more of that NSFW humor from your part, because you know I love it so much.

But more importantly, and the one real reason why I'm squatting your message wall, other than getting news, is because of events that may happen soon. (if not cancelled by political events; looking at you, French totalitarianism and Trump's Muslim shutdown) One of my father's dreams was to visit the United States (more specifically, ride US Route 66 in a motorbike,) and this may be happening in a few years, the time to plan the trip and make enough savings. He wanted to do it with his father but health and family and work issues interrupted and put it to rest for a while, (I wasn't even born) so after a lot of familial prejudice and reflection, we've started planning it again. And the reason why I'm talking to you about this personal shit is because I've redrawn the entire itinerary. We'll send the bikes to New York, fly there ourselves with our luggage, and then take the coast all the way to Florida, then go back up to Illinois (lots of shit we'd like to see,) and take the US Route 66 all the way to our final destination, California.

And I thought, I just slightly thought, that since we're gonna stay there for a month, and travel through the entire nation, we'd probably need some advice. We don't completely understand US culture, and we don't know what would be good to see or experience, as well as do. We don't know which hospitals are good, we don't even know how healthcare works, we don't know which numbers to call in cases of emergencies (we know 911 but that's not the only one innit) and we want to see the US has the real inhabitant would see it. We're not into the whole touristic bullshit and extravaganza (if that was the case we would move from France) and we'd like to understand how you, for example, live the life, and what is the American lifestyle. (aside from Wolf Dogs and ketchup 'f course) And don't even get me started, because you made me want to see your town, now. I don't care about being gunned down, I'm sure it'll be worth it!

So yeah, basically, what should we know before we go there, and are you excited as much as I am to do some fucked up shit? (even though you surely didn't wait for me to do that, you traita', mate)

Anyway, have a great day, take good care, and see you around,
FrenchTouch (talk).

PS: I just noticed, I've been on this wiki for longer than Banning and you, which I really didn't expect -- where is my Old Farts' Club card, man!

Think all the time you need, man, I appreciate that you take that seriously (even though that goes against nature.)

Yes, it'll clock at a little less than 90 hours, which is colossal, but hey, that'll be a nice experience.

I dig everything mate, you know me—I've heard of these books and wanted to look them up some time soon, but since you recommend them, I'll get them as soon as I can, because I have a problem with books, I think it's a disease or something.

Hey, that seems like a nice place, plus you know everything there better than me, so it's not like I could say "well actually let's go Johnny's Homemade Burgers."

FrenchTouch (talk)

The biker attitude is a family gene since motorcycles exist, dog, and if it goes the same for you I think we'll have yet one more thing in common. (Hive mind is real, I tell you, real) We thought about that, the US Route 66 has been said to be relatively calm, but the rest will probably be hell, after all, big cities are very populated in glorious 'Murica—but as you said it, this doesn't stop us; Johnny B. Goode is our role model here.

You sure Kerouac wasn't writing about us? I think we can win a lawsuit here; seriously though, the perspective seems very nice, I'd be glad to know more about the dude. Speaing of artists, I've done Chris a little bit of publicity over at the French wikis and to some of my real-life friends, they seem to enjoy it.

I'm pretty chaotic, but not suicidal, so I'll probably check them out during the late spring of some year, because it sounds amazing. Thanks a lot, and I'll update you with more... Uh... Updates on the trip's progression. Though it'd be sad to start a bar fight over who pays for the first round, wou'dn't it? We're coming to squat your country so that's the least we could do.

Again, have a great day, and... <pops up Google Translate> Do svidaniya, otherworlder brother.
FrenchTouch (talk)

Some enlightenment

Hey Humby, I've brought you this and this . What do you think?

RuckusQuantum 16:03, May 17, 2016 (UTC)

RuckusQuantum 17:03, May 17, 2016 (UTC)

Wat Up?

Hey, mate. Just went and read your story Bubblegum Cigarettes. It was awesome that, even though it wasn't a horror story, you still managed to give it your specific controversial atmosphere. The "p*ssy hole" line was just demented. How are things going for you?

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 19:32, May 23, 2016 (UTC)

Sounds nice. Not much going on here either. Not much on books of the moment, but I plan on watching old horror movies considered classics. Two nights ago I watched Hellraiser. It was pretty good beside the crappy light effects and that upside-down monster.

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 12:31, May 24, 2016 (UTC)

Sorry it took me so long to get back. Out of the ones you mentioned, I truly liked An American Werewolf in London, The Howling (having a soft spot for them fanged beasts), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Hills Have Eyes (which makes me nostalgic about Wes Craven) and House of 1000 Corpses. Haven't seen Slither or The Devil's Reject yet. But my favourite on has to be The Thing. Fuck critics, the gore was awesome. I remember a theory that said Childs might've been the thing in the end because you can't see his breath in the snow. Nasty shit.

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 19:41, May 28, 2016 (UTC)

As always

Thanks man, you really know how to cheer a girl up.  I've been a mess.  As always, its been great to hear from you.

Rainboh (talk) 22:54, May 24, 2016 (UTC)

Re: Ya Hecho!

Unlocked the page for you. Let me know and I can lock it when you're done. As for getting drunk in San Fran, hopefully in the classiest alley with Four Lokos (we'd have to invite Jay to make it a play on words), I'm currently visiting family so the next time I have enough plata means it's quite a ways off. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 20:40, May 25, 2016 (UTC)

I locked it back up. Just like Hemingway's drink of choice was (falsely) believed to be the mojito, ours can be the infamous Four Loko... until it rots our teeth out of our heads and sloughs out our insides after a single sip. As for robo-tripping, that's a bit too high class for me (put away your monocle), I'll stick to Jenkem and krocodil. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 21:15, May 25, 2016 (UTC)


Yeah, I'll definitely give it a read. Looks like an interesting site. As for Camus, he just fucking appeared again. The real absurdist bastard!

Jay Ten (talk) 21:20, June 3, 2016 (UTC)

What's all the fuss about?

Dude, I'm not trying to have the last word. I specifically said talk to me on my talk page. I actually was looking forward to this, as I thought it would be a good chance to learn a thing or two from a writer I greatly admire. The comments section on a story page is there for, you know, comments about the story. It is literally against the rules to talk about other stuff on the comments section. Therefore, I suggested we take this discussion to our talk pages. I'm not an administrator, but I've read the rules and it is one of my jobs as a moderator to see them applied (literally, it is). I don't understand why you are making such a big deal out of it.

I also don't understand why you are personally attacking me. We have different opinions, you said yours and I said mine. Coincidentally, they were polar opposites. So what? I don't understand how is this a problem.

Honestly, I find it baffling (and saddening) how low you fall to throw dirt on me. "barely able to was; she was that sick". I made a typo. Instead of "walk" I wrote "was" and you responded before I could edit it so I left it as is. Is a typo that big of a deal? Also, the "You gave too many names about drug substances" is perfectly legitimate critisicm (especially since the names were of the same drug). I have almost no knowledge of chemistry and the drug/substance names or whatever confused me. If I remember correctly, you didn't even use them in a dialogue, you just mentioned them in the narrating (so it wasn't for character flavor). So, as a reader, I had to tell you that I found it confusing and distracting. Do you not want a reviewer to let you know of his feelings? I was confused, I let you know. That's how feedback works, buddy. The same goes for "it wasn't that creepy/scary/suspenseful". A vague feedback, but feedback nevertheless. I'm not getting payed to review stories, so excuse me if I don't put 100% into it. I can't believe that I have to explain all these.

I remember you before the high-profile classes. And the badass motherfucker I remember would never attack the creepypasta genre the way you did nor would he basically say stuff like "do it this way or it's wrong". You used to applaud diversity and uniqueness in stories, yet after your classes you are basically saying that you must follow traditions.

Here now, your chance to have the last word. Cheers. MrDupin (talk) 16:36, June 4, 2016 (UTC)

Re: Interview

I'd just add onto the original interview (maybe put a headline to denote an addition) as an addendum rather than completely doing another interview as that might open up the door to re-interviewing authors who have already been interviewed and if we manage to get the WL started back up, I'd rather we focused on new authors rather than returning to the previously interviewed ones. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 05:59, June 13, 2016 (UTC)

It'd still get it attention and as blog commenting rules is basically admin-enforced, I really don't see mush issue with condensing it in one area for easy reading. Instead of opening the doors to "Slimebeast Interview #2", "Bogleech Interview Part 2", etc. wouldn't it be easier to keep it in a place where people can read it side-by-side (where it'd still be bumped to the top of the staff blog section.) EmpyrealInvective (talk) 06:11, June 13, 2016 (UTC)
Paul Tremblay is one of the coolest and awesomest authors I've read, so you reviewing the early draft of his upcoming work - Disappearance at Devil's Rock, was it?... certainly has a very professional book cover - and interviewing him once again (a great addition to the  Cultured Vultures' exclusive interview) is something I do envy intensely. Lol, I've never been this envious in my life; makes me want to kill you.
But seriously, you working with Paul Tremblay is already great news for me and the rest of the wiki. Your interview with him was actually the one that introduced me to Tremblay and his dark, morbidly fantastic novels, so a second part of the interview (something like Interview #8.5) would be welcomed with open arms. I want to hear you two twisted-minded folks talk about writing and creepy and random shit again. I'll keep my eyes peeled for this possible re-interview.
And hey, IMO you are the one who deserves an interview. I think I can interview you, really,
RuckusQuantum 11:40, June 13, 2016 (UTC)
I wish Paul Tremblay the best of luck with his new novel. The issue is that we're trying to focus on new interviewees and get the lounge started up again. This would just open the door to re-interviews of the same people as what author has really been stagnant since their interview. Slimebeast has founded an entirely new website dedicated to creepypastas, Bogleech's Mortasheen project is off the ground and nearing completion, Mikemacdee has his own novel and comic series coming out, hell, even I'm in the process of putting a novella up on Amazon. Instead we're trying to focus on authors who deserve a bit of the limelight and may have new insight for authors who are beginning rather than repeating interviews. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 16:35, June 13, 2016 (UTC)

Thanks, still proof-reading it and adding on a few chapters so I'm putting my best foot forward. As for your review, I can only hope the phrase: "the biggest piece of shit since the compacted bowels symposium." makes an appearance. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 18:48, June 13, 2016 (UTC)

Igual hombre. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 04:58, June 14, 2016 (UTC)

Profile page

See what I did to your profile page? (Unless an admin doesn't revert it, that is).

RuckusQuantum 12:35, June 14, 2016 (UTC)

Sure sure! I'm keeping watch for this interview of yours.
RuckusQuantum 10:14, June 15, 2016 (UTC)
Just read the review. It's awesome! just like always. I think I'm grabbing a copy of this book. Your extremely positive review makes me want to read it.
RuckusQuantum 16:57, June 18, 2016 (UTC)

For Paul Tremblay

Hey Humby, I've made an alternate book cover for Paul's new book Disappearance at Devil's Rock. Can you show this to him? since I'm pretty damn sure you two have contact with one another. I'd like him to see how much I like and love his novels. Just a small request, feel free to deny if you don't feel like doing it.

RuckusQuantum 10:34, June 20, 2016 (UTC)

That sucks. I really thought you had a way to contact Paul Tremblay, since you received an advanced copy of his new novel (not sure if directly from him or just his book's publisher; don't know). How you interviewed him, I'm thinking you guys did it via email, although I'm not so sure; maybe Skype, maybe FB, maybe... what'ver. Your interview with him made me think you guys had some sort of communication, albeit a brief one. I wish I had Paul Tremblay's email address.

Checking out the podcast and his wordpress site though. I'm digging it as of now.

RuckusQuantum 10:08, June 21, 2016 (UTC)

A request for help.

Hey Humboldt,

How's been man? I haven't really talked to you in a while. Last time I think we talked there was some personal problems happening, I hope everything is going a lot better now.

Anyway, I just uploaded my story for the contest into the WW and was wondering if you could give me some feedback on it. I just finished writing it so there may be some grammatical errors, but I'll fix that when I go through and edit it. I am more wondering how well recived it is. It's called Blobster if you get a chance to look it over.


JohnathanNash (talk) 03:31, June 21, 2016 (UTC)

You've peaked my interest. My email is:

JohnathanNash (talk) 18:45, June 21, 2016 (UTC)

Re: Paul

Yeah, I'm pretty aware that people's emails (especially the well-known ones) are not brochures or handouts: you cannot just give them away.

Welp, it turns out that is Paul Tremblay's public email; his personal ones, I don't know, and I don't bother to. Just him seeing the alt. book cover I created is enough to warm my heart.

Jokes on you Humby, Paul and me actually talked about you, if only briefly. But ye don worry, we didn't nitpick you; hell, he might actually know how good ye are at writing scarey shit.

RuckusQuantum 09:26, June 24, 2016 (UTC)


Thanks, man. I'll definitely check it out. I'm always up for checking into new authors.

Jay Ten (talk) 18:59, June 27, 2016 (UTC)

I haven't

I haven't been able to get online much at all... I'm currently borrowing my mom's computer because mine won't charge except when I place my charger precisely the right way... and that's with the charger being "fixed".  My boyfriend had to solder it back together.  Anyway, that's not why I'm here.  I'm here because I'm stuck and needed a friend for a minute.  I've been at a loss for words with my writing, I haven't written any fiction in ages.  My character creation for VtM was the last fictional piece I wrote, and it was extremely lacking in the plot and character development departments.  What I really wanted to ask you is how do you think I should try to get my cruitive juices flowing?  Mind you, with my lack of computer it could be awhile before I see your response so you'll have to bear with me, and hell, maybe by then I'll have something of my own figured out.  But I'm so stuck inside my own head that I can't escape and that's not for lack of trying.  I've been binge-watching mindless teen drama garbage (which probably sounds weird considering I'm a grown woman but whatever).  And I play the playstation with my boyfriend when he comes over, and I've played a LOT of Fallout3 (while I was at his house, since my computer is broken).  I thought something would get me out of my head but I just don't know.  Therapy hasn't panned out.  I had to put that on the backburner until this apartment thing comes through so I know exactly when (and where) I'll be for appointments.  The old me would have found something stupid to do like go to a party and get smashed, but I'm not really down for that anymore.  Especially considering what we all know happens if I go out and get smashed, at least anyone who actually reads my blog on this thing.  Anyway, yeah I'm rambling

Rainboh (talk) 21:52, June 30, 2016 (UTC)

Happy Birthday!

I don't really want to waste any time, so a few seconds after I saw that post on my facebook feed, I went here and messaged you this: Happy birthday 'Humby'! Stay creepy and stay healthy, and let Lord Cthulhu into your beautiful life of horror and madness. He might not be God, but he will surely bless your damned soul despite your inhuman desire for blood and sex. Just... happy birthday Mr. Brockmeyer. Can't be any less happy for you.

RuckusQuantum 02:28, July 2, 2016 (UTC)

Happy birthday chum

Another year in the bag :-)

Tiaxn (talk) 14:29, July 2, 2016 (UTC)

Important update regarding Tiololo

Hi Humboldt, I know you're waiting for news about Lucas, so please check the blog for the latest update. Thanks.

Tiaxn (talk) 19:44, July 4, 2016 (UTC)


I just wanted to offer my condolences. This is very sad news for all of us. Raidra (talk) 01:08, July 5, 2016 (UTC)

Re: last night

No problem my good man, I really couldn't help myself to be honest. Glad you liked the exchange.

And it's horrible to hear that about your friend, I'm very sorry for your loss. Best wishes to you.

"Don't get hot and flustered, use a bit of mustard!" 05:56, July 5, 2016 (UTC)

RE: Holy fuck etc etc yaddie yadda

Oi mate, I'm so sorry I didn't tell you, I was on multiple chats trying to calm folk down.
Yeah; some fucked up shit went down, but no big deal for me, I calmed other people down, got them away from windows assisted them while the intervention forces did their shit - I was on the place of the second attack, my best friend in the middle of the first one, so basically, shit's good now. Just so you know, we don't know if it's a terror attack, and media are doing their best to put the blame on Muslims, but extremists are probably not involved. I'll come up with a blog article, so thanks a lot for your concern, but on my part, I'm cool, and at least, I got something to do on July 14 'cause I don't like to get bloody bored on the National Day. I'll catch you later mate, good day,
FrenchTouch (talk)

You're welcome mate, everything's fine for me, I'm pretty cool about it, I mean, you know, it's not a few gunshots that's gonna stop me from being such a smartass joker, ey?
FrenchTouch (talk)

Something Phishy

Hey, I read your story Rumpelstiltskin a while ago and since Phish is a bit of a plot point, I thought you might find this interesting. A few Phish concerts happened a couple of weeks ago half an hour from where I live, and as you can see it was quite a big ordeal. All over the news. A few real-life Rumps were probably on the prowl those nights. Anyways, I just liked your story and thought you might appreciate that link.

"Don't get hot and flustered, use a bit of mustard!" 02:44, July 15, 2016 (UTC)

Ha ha, no problem, I seem to have got you reminiscing. There is actually a pretty big number of Deadheads around here, in fact I actually saw a guy in a tye-dye GD teddy bear shirt today. I think it's because upstate NY has a history with famous classic rock concerts (Woodstock, Altamont), and there are a bunch of older white people here. Prefect formula right there, lol. My pleasure.
"Don't get hot and flustered, use a bit of mustard!" 03:36, July 15, 2016 (UTC)

Oh wow I'm dumb. I mistakenly said that Altamont was in NY because we have an Altamont here, obviously not the Altamont. I should've known better; I wrote a paper about that damned concert. But yeah my favorite bit from Altamont is when the Stones get off the helicopter, somebody punches Jagger in the head, they play through this long set in front of a bunch of deranged naked drugged-out hippies where they have to stop playing every few minutes because of crowdfighting, Hell's Angels whipping their bike chains at people, people trying to run on stage, Jagger keeps yelling "We're gonna leave, we're gonna leave", that one guy pulls out a revolver and gets fucking stabbed and kicked to death (during "Under My Thumb", not "Sympathy for the Devil"), and after all that Keith Richards says the show was "well-handled" and "a good concert". Fucking Richards, man. Interesting that Airplane wrote a song about it, I believe Don McLean had a verse about Altamont in "American Pie", too.

Anyways, say "hi" to the true members of the GD collective/Phish Family for me, if any exist anymore. And also you should read the Grateful Dead record SCP if you haven't already. "Don't get hot and flustered, use a bit of mustard!" 18:41, July 15, 2016 (UTC)

RE: Independence

Hey man, sorry for the slow response, I've had a lot of personal stuff to do that's been keeping me off the wiki.

I voted remain, and I've spent the past few weeks grieving over the result.

« UnderScorre » 12:36, July 15, 2016 (UTC)


Sorry for that pun, I'm running short of stupid shit to say, dog—Just wanted to tell you I made a blog post about what happened in Nice on the Community Central if you want to know, I find it important for you to know so you have real information, because everyone else gives us so much bullshit, I don't even watch the news about it, so here it is, sorry to ruin your day, but have it good, mate. FrenchTouch (talk)

Hey Buddy, how have you been. Remembering that the great feedback I got from They Mostly Come At Night I thought this new one might tickle your fancy. This is my unique take on another classic. KillaHawke1 (talk) 05:20, September 8, 2016 (UTC)

Hiya, I don't know if you remember me, but you gave me some good criticisms when I was posting...and still might be, and I recommended the Abalone Thief to Mr. Creepypasta. He wants to ask your permission, but he doesn't have an account anymore, so I told him that I'd ask you for him. Would you allow him to read The Abalone Thief?

--Hopefullygoodgramar (talk) 02:46, October 7, 2016 (UTC)

How's it hanging, dog?

That's about how far my street language goes. Anyway, since you unfortunately have been visiting this place pretty scarcely, I assume you must be busy. So, how have you been in the past few...uhm, weeks, months?

Also, since you commented on Snake's blog, what's your opinion on the Halloween franchise?

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 19:00, November 5, 2016 (UTC)

Huh, that's true, I don't know how it slipped past me for so long. Thanks for catching that. Anyway, the Halloween franchise. Rob Zombie's version was actually the first I ever saw years ago. Part of a type of event in my country called, in a raw translation, "different week". That week we basically stayed in school and watched couple of Horror movies. Greatest school memories, lmfao. Having not much else to compare it to, and lacking the humongous intellect I have right now, I didn't have much of an actual opinion. Re-watching more recently, despite liking it, I think Carpenter version was still better.

On the plus side for Rob's version, he made Myers' character much more understandable. Still not close to relateable, but it was at list established that he was more driven into becoming a killer, rather than being born one. He also seemed closer to a human, having some sort of affection towards his little sister instead of obsessively wanting to kill her. But in the end I think Carpenter version's was better. In this version Michael seems closer to a physical representation of fear and evil. He's mysterious, quiet and unstoppable. He hides in open spaces, he can appear and disappear without warning, he always gets his victims despite never chasing them and try as you might, he can't be killed. I also like the technical aspects of it. The one-dollar Kirk mask and the fact that Carpenter played the soundtrack himself despite saying he can't write a note.

I recently read Stephen King's "The Gunslinger". It was captivating and soon I'll have to start the others.

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 20:12, November 5, 2016 (UTC)

Santa Claustrophobic

I remembered you mentioning your son menacing Santa Claus. I found out that he's not the only one that has some sort of issue with the fellow.

That's good, just as long as he doesn't go overboard with his fanship- Since he's scared Santa away, here are gifts you and the missus could get for him sometime if he doesn't have them already [1] [2] [3].

I think The Question was just caning Santa (which is somewhat better), but yeah, that doesn't look good. That site has a whole section, called "Seduction of the Innocent", with things that probably were not supposed to come across as sexual, but they do because of unfortunate art and/or word choices. Raidra (talk) 00:17, December 5, 2016 (UTC)

Oh, there's also this- It's fun for the whole family! Raidra (talk) 00:30, December 5, 2016 (UTC)

How's it going?

I already told Empy, but I've been thinking about coming back here for awhile. How have you been doing, man? It's been far too long since we last spoke. I don't use Facebook that much anymore, but I'm still on Skype, just under a new account. --The Koromo (talk) 13:15, December 3, 2016 (UTC)


Hey, mate. I know that your story Daddy's Little Princess is a sequel to Clown Dogs. I noticed it lacks the nav-bottom template (the ones that shows 'Previous/Next' in stories that are part of series). Do you have a particular reason for that? Is it ok if I add it?

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 21:50, December 3, 2016 (UTC)

Cool, got it. And thanks, I actually wanted to read another of your works for some time. Since the title contains the word "FIRE", I suppose it will be for my tastes. Cheers.

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 19:47, December 4, 2016 (UTC)

Out of curiosity, what do you think about anti -Trump rioters?

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 20:19, December 4, 2016 (UTC)

I just finished reading that story. It was fucking awesome! Every part of their interaction seemed so realistic, even the ending part. I was expecting something violent (to be honest, I would have probably been too in the same context), but not that. Your writing certainly hasn't worn out at all during this time. Thanks for sending me to it and good luck!

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 20:33, December 5, 2016 (UTC)


There can be fine line between protesters and rioters. While I agree they have the right to protests, I really think protesting against Trump before he even enters the president position is unnecessary. And I find it strange that even Canadians protest against him.

I find myself to somewhere in the middle of the political spectrum, because I find either extreme pretty disgusting (and by extreme I mean far extreme). I hope you won't feel insulted when I say you may be a little biased. While he was endorsed by the KKK, it doesn't mean he likes them. You can't really chose your supporters. And Hillary was proved to be a criminal and could have started a war with Russia with the no-fly zones over Syria. Those facts, combined with extreme leftist calling every Trump supporter a 'bigot' probably pushed many people to vote Trump (or not vote at all).

I honestly don't like defending Trump. He's a sleazebag and obviously not the smartest man. But I think he should be given a chance. Even if you think he's a fascist, the rights of LGBT people are civil rights and even the president can't take them away without the approval of most of the states. He did say he was going to protect the LGBT and this speech gave me a little hope. Of course, those could just be dismissed as lies. Anyway, as a president I think he would be average. We'll live and see.

Oh, and congratz for going on the Rob and Slim Podcast! Looking forward to seeing it. And hope you'll be able to make a more lengthy return to this place. We miss the pure insanity of your work.

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 18:40, December 12, 2016 (UTC)

Just remembered. I'd suggest you to watch some content from Rebel Media. Even though you might not agree with them on different topics, it's always healthy to expose yourself to other opinions.

You bring the bodies, I handle the rest (talk) 21:04, December 13, 2016 (UTC)

I've Found A Fellow Fan!

This isn't the first time you've mentioned The Ramones before. I haven't forgotten about the comment you left on my "Creepy Music Videos" post, but I recently noticed your comment, also, on Ruckus's latest blog. 

Just wanted to express my excitement over the discovery of what appears to be a fellow fan. The Ramones are one of my favorite groups, and I've loved them ever since my Dad introduced me to them as a kid. Their backstory (In Johnny's own words "We were just a bunch of angry kids who felt like being creative"), their legacy, their influence, I really just love everything about them. Clearly, their debut album was their finest, but "Brain Drain," for me, comes in at a close second.

As far as music videos go, "I Wanna Be Sedated," has to be my favorite, and as far as members themselves, it's Joey Ramone for the win, with his iconic voice serving as the backbone to the band.

I Wanna Be Sedated - The Ramones

I Wanna Be Sedated - The Ramones

To end this message on a happy note, here's a picture of me at ten years old, next to a Stephen King "Maximum Overdrive" exhibit, wearing my now-ancient Ramones T-shirt.


SnakeTongue (Nelson Smith) (talk) 03:22, December 15, 2016 (UTC)

I'm jealous. Strangely enough, I always wanted to visit G.G. Allin's grave, since I want to see if the rumors about it are true (the rumors being that local punks and metalheads often shit on his tombstone out of respect.) Psychotherapy is a great song, and an unfortunate portrait of how the mentally ill were, and still are, unfairly categorized. I, being afflicted with youth, never got to see them live.

I do remember that picture, actually! Santa looked quite frightened and uncomfortable, I must say. 

The Misfits. Yes, I am both aware and a fan of them as well. Everyone talks about how Danzig was the best member,  but I've always been partial to Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein myself. As for punk rock's resurgence, one can only hope. My favorite punk band that's still active today would have to be Bad Religion, who I hope to see live at some point before I die (I've got plenty of years left, but Greg Graffin is pushing 52.)

I did read that story and enjoyed it immensely. You clearly know what you were talking about when it comes to punk culture, and it comes across brilliantly. If I'm not mistaken, it placed in the top five for the top ten I did for you a while back.

Thanks for your time and encouragement! 

SnakeTongue (Nelson Smith) (talk) 22:02, December 15, 2016 (UTC)

Hey There Humboldt!

My name is Hailey Sawyer and I was wondering if you could take a look at a story I'm currently working on. So far, it contains about 14 chapters so I can send you a certain amount of chapters per message if that will make reviewing the story easier for you. The story is called A Trip to Cape Cod That I Won’t Forget (Originally called R.L Stine’s: The Haunting Hour Season 4 Episode 13) and it's basically a lost episode pasta that goes for a more psychological approach. I've made sure to use as few cliches as possible and to correct any grammar error I see. If you're interested in reviewing the story, let me know and I'll send you the first three or four chapters.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 00:14, December 18, 2016 (UTC)

Dear Mr Brockmeyer

I am writing to say that I am thoroughly obsessed with your stories. They are so brilliant, creative and well written. I suspect you may have stories published elsewhere and if so, I would be very grateful if you could give me a few links. 

Thank you again for writing such intriguing things.

Arsenic16 (talk) 11:16, December 31, 2016 (UTC)

Check THIS out!

Remember when I promised you a special video? XD Umbrello (talk) 23:41, January 7, 2017 (UTC)

Yes! I injured you with comedy!!! I actually thought about using puppets but I don't really know how I would go about getting them or making them or whatevs. Umbrello (talk) 01:10, January 8, 2017 (UTC)
Thanks for the critique.
I'll try to make the changes, but right now I'm kind of busy, so it might have to wait. And in regards to the age thing, I thought I made it a two-year-old, but it might have ended up being changed lol.
Thanks again, Jimmy Werewolf. See you around.
If a house is made out of a potato, Is it a potato, or is it a house? 02:08, January 25, 2017 (UTC)

Darkness ad infinitum

Hey dude. I was curious what do you happen to think about dark, satanic-type style of art. Things like this

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 12:30, January 25, 2017 (UTC)

Glad you like it.

I believe any new kind of music is considered "evil" at first. For example, I heard that jazz was widely described as "immoral" when it began spreading because clubs and bars played it. The 'satanist' stereotype kinda stuck around, though. Even though only extremely religious types take the stereotype seriously, I had a few people ask me if I'm a satanist after finding out I'm a metalhead. And believe me, in real life I look and sound like the furthest thing from one.

From what I read, the Satanic Temple seems to be a genuinely formidable organization. The 7 tenets describe perfectly everything I stand for.

I think I'm pretty distant from any form of...not sure how to describe it. I guess religion-type of spirituality? I'm a Christian, but I believe and follow extremely few core aspects and I prefer to analyze and extract symbols and meanings from science, fiction, art and sometimes just simple ideas to create my own opinions and vision on life and humanity.

Thanks for that wisdom, mate.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 17:59, January 25, 2017 (UTC)

Good God, I know that group. I think that's a bit too weird, even for one like me. For my type of freaky, this one will always have special place in my heart (or what's undigested of it).

On a different note, what about Gojira? Or, wandering further, Frank Zappa?

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 19:03, January 25, 2017 (UTC)

Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

So I finally reviewed The Gym Teacher! Hope you like what I've written and find it interesting. Let me know what you think in the comments ChristianWallis (talk) 17:18, January 26, 2017 (UTC)

I went further before

Seems to be Discord itself. Let's wait a couple of minutes.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 18:45, April 26, 2017 (UTC)

Re: Contest

I'd draw up some rules/time limits while I message the other admins and we'll see about getting the contest off the ground. We got a couple a months so there's no rush, but I figure Halloween is going to get an uptick in visitors/contributors so having it ready in advance would likely result in a better turn out. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 17:29, April 29, 2017 (UTC)

I'll pass on the information and we'll try to get back to you soon, but I don't see too many people opposing the contest. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 17:43, April 29, 2017 (UTC)

Hell Yeah

Pop a cork, ya talented bastard. You're this month's featured author, but I guess you knew that already; a well deserved feature, my friend. Peese out.

Jay Ten (talk) 23:15, April 29, 2017 (UTC)

Speaking of "Hell Yeah", check out this song/video from the band HellYeah - Moth. Don't know if you're familiar with them or not, but they have Chad Gray, the old lead vocalist from Mudvayne. It just seems like something you might like.
Jay Ten (talk) 23:20, April 29, 2017 (UTC)



Been a while since I've even made an edit but whatever. Glad to have this as my first in a while.

So, congratulations! I'm super hyped you got a novel published, man. Knowing all of the talented authors on this site, I think you're definitely one of the ones who deserves it the most. I'm excited to read it when it finally comes out.

Another thing (get the streamers): congratulations on getting featured author! I might have to go through the stuff you listed. Can't really say much more than I've said, but I'm real happy for you.

(Side note: who did you get published by and where can I expect to see your book?)

Anyway, have a good one.

"I was living the dream... That is, until I woke up" 03:56, May 1, 2017 (UTC)

Boner-giving name

I have absolutely no idea how your head must work if you built that out of a morning experience, but I love it. What's it with those fucking clowns? Rhetorical question, it's the static masks. Masks can be scary enough since they hide your true intentions, but a static, everlasting expression of an emotion is extremely abnormal. This is why masks with fixed expressions are the worst. Combine that with the often contradictory human facial expression and you get yourself a clown. Not sure about mimes, though.

As always, amazing.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 18:01, May 2, 2017 (UTC)

Spaghetti Sauce

Your stories always leave me pregnant.

yeah no (talk) 15:18, May 5, 2017 (UTC)

Re: Urgh

Yeah, haha, definitely regretting my decisions last night. had fun talking though. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 16:24, May 12, 2017 (UTC)

Indeed. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 16:56, May 12, 2017 (UTC)

Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps - Still Owed

Hey you successful werewolf loving bastard. It's been painful in the extreme great to see you doing so well. All jokes aside, it's great to see you getting the recognition you deserve and it's always heartening to see someone make strides in their professional ambitions. You've written a lot of great stories and it's clear to anyone from miles away that you've worked hard for this.

Of course, being published means I'm gonna bug the hell out of your for that review I'm owed. I want to make my own strides and I need a mean critical eye on my writing to do so. So I'm here to remind you of favours owed with that review of Maibh-Margheach you promised. Doesn't have to be Marbh-Maigheach. If you'd like something shorter to review there's The Blossom Tree but there's also Sublime Terra (although that's a bit longer but it does have drag queens so there's that in its favour). I'm not looking for something in-depth--I know you're busy--but I'm at a stage where I'm submitting my stories to magazines and the insight of published authors is worth a small child's weight in gold to me. I need to step my game up and I'd really appreciate whatever insight you can offer. ChristianWallis (talk) 13:34, June 21, 2017 (UTC)

Party's over

I hope it was a good one!

Raidra (talk) 01:12, June 22, 2017 (UTC)

I showed up late, but it was still fun to test my horror/werewolf trivia skills (or lack thereof) for the promise of prizes. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 01:18, June 22, 2017 (UTC)


Hey, it's been a while. Just wanted to tell you that I made a picture for one of your stories, "He Was a New Man" since I've been doing that kind of thing recently. 

Would you like to see it?

The Goddamn Dorkpool (talk) 17:18, July 13, 2017 (UTC)


Ta da! What do you think?

The Goddamn Dorkpool (talk) 17:50, July 13, 2017 (UTC)

Re: Re

Glad you like it, and hey, make it a Valentine's Day card. "Hey Valentine, I can't get you out of my head. Even with an icepick." (It needs work, but you get the idea)

Also, holy shit, you made a book and that's pretty fucking awesome. I need to buy it at some point. Knowing you, it'll probably be good. Or at least fucked up. And fucked up is fun.

The Goddamn Dorkpool (talk) 21:15, July 13, 2017 (UTC)

Re: Re: Re

Wait, does that mean there's going to be a book that has the phrase "And a thank you to Dorkpool"? 

Also, get your head out of the gutter. Actually, don't; considering your stories, that seems where your head is most of the time. 

The Goddamn Dorkpool (talk) 00:21, July 14, 2017 (UTC)

Kind Nepenthe

So I got your book today, and just finished reading it (I'm a rather fast reader). I thought it was pretty good, a bit slow at first. Not quite as fucked up as I expected, but I still enjoyed it, especially the dream sequence with the vagina that ate [spoiler]. 

Congratulations on getting a book published. That's pretty awesome.

The Goddamn Dorkpool (talk) 19:39, July 27, 2017 (UTC)

Re: Re: KN

You're quite welcome. The book was worth every penny, and not just because of the man-eating vagina.

By the way, jokes regarding a man-eating vagina:

1) Hey, it's a penis fly trap!

2) Looks like that pussy ate him out!

3) When I said, "I want to get inside you," this is not what I meant.

Sorry, I had to. 

Also, if you're ok with it, I may like to review the book.

The Goddamn Dorkpool (talk) 19:54, July 27, 2017 (UTC)


It's Callie. Long time no see.

If you got the time, and you can, you mind giving me a quick review? Your Friendly Neighborhood Toddler (talk) 01:18, August 24, 2017 (UTC)

I was that bitch admin from 2013-2014. We talked in chat a few times and there was one time one of your stories got caught up in one of my stress-related deletion sprees. Your Friendly Neighborhood Toddler (talk) 01:47, August 24, 2017 (UTC)

Ah. I just ran through the rights log. You're right, we haven't quite met yet.

Although, that does make me wonder who it was. I could've swore it was your name. And I've read a couple of your stories here and there. I believe The Gym Teacher was one? Kinda explains the username, lol. That said, you're a pretty fantastic writer, hence why I asked. Your Friendly Neighborhood Toddler (talk) 02:03, August 24, 2017 (UTC)

adding new message

Where There’s Fire There’s Smoke

Are you getting a lot of smoke from the wildfires where you are? It's really bad where I am.

--Mmpratt99 deviantart (talk) 01:31, September 5, 2017 (UTC)

Re: A Shame Really

It's unfortunate, but yeah, we do need something a bit more viewable than a message that gets buried in my talk page so we can plan these things properly and promote them accordingly. It's unfortunate you can't shift the time table up a few weeks to accommodate everyone so people are able to participate in both but I understand. I've been busy myself trying to get housing settled, a student visa. sell off my car, and get all my affairs in order for the program so I understand the frustration. Best of luck writing, I'm trying to get something big out by the end of the year myself. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 16:07, September 5, 2017 (UTC)


Hey man, I sent you an email for the contest thing. I think I accidentally sent it from another email address, just letting you know. MrDupin (talk) 19:08, September 5, 2017 (UTC)

RE: Smoke

That's too bad. It's cleared up some where I am so maybe the winds are shifting. Still in Mack Town although I'm beginning to wish I'm someplace else with lots less people and big-ass pick-ups.

--Mmpratt99 deviantart (talk) 22:05, September 5, 2017 (UTC)

New Wicker Saga Story

Hey, dude! New Wicker story up I thought you might wanna check out.

Shadowswimmer77 (talk) 13:23, September 21, 2017 (UTC)

Oops! Sins of the Father



Hi Humboldt, quick question for you, I do a podcast where I interview creepypasta authors. I had Shadowswimmer77 on and he was singing your praises and we were talking about your story The Long List. I was wondering if you'd want to do an interview with me as well? Would be great to have you on. Check out my blog on my profile to see Shadowswimmer77's interview and drop me a message if you think it's something you might me interested in.


Stex85 (talk) 21:52, September 25, 2017 (UTC)stex85Stex85 (talk) 21:52, September 25, 2017 (UTC)

re: werewolf contest

Thanks for the invite! I'm in a play this semester and probably won't have time to write anything unrelated to the show, or else I'd probably try to contribute something. I did manage to (barely) finish my contribution to the 4th collab project at least.--Mikemacdee (talk) 09:40, September 27, 2017 (UTC)

RE: Werewolf Story Contest

Nice to hear from you, Humboldt, I'm doing just fine. Three jobs since my last edit on this website sort of fine, to explain my absence. 

Against my better judgment, I'll take a shot at the contest. I've been working so much lately that it seems like ages since I picked up a pen, much less was even creative, but hey... you're right. I'd hate to be a stranger. 

Again, good to hear from you! I look forward to working on this story.

SnakeTongue (Nelson Smith) (talk) 01:43, September 29, 2017 (UTC)


This Slimebeast blog is getting crazy. It's really the most entertaining thing I've seen on this site in a while. Do you have any idea what the real issue is? Because all of the talking points don't really seem to jave any merit. Unless I've missed something.

JohnathanNash (talk) 21:36, October 1, 2017 (UTC)

Werewolf Contest

Oh, no, not worried.  Just wanted to know for a possible contest category.  I left a reply in the thread, too.  ClericofMadness (talk) 22:18, October 4, 2017 (UTC)

Hi, I am a contestant for your contest and I'm almost done :). I am a newish writer and this is good practice for me, so thank you. Anyhow, I was wondering if contestants are allowed to post their stories to writers workshop for critic. I know we prob cant since I'm sure this is an independent contest, but I just wanted to clarify with you before I go assuming rules :).


Icydice (talk) 00:59, October 18, 2017 (UTC)

Thanks for hosting the contest

Hey thanks for the work you put in hosting the werewolf contest. We got some pretty good stories out of it. I haven't finished a story all year, so this really pushed me to actually complete something.

Creepy Thomas O. (talk) 18:11, October 31, 2017 (UTC)

Thanks. I'll keep an eye out for it in the mail.
Creepy Thomas O. (talk) 23:49, November 1, 2017 (UTC)

Much Obliged to take part in the Werewolf Story contest. Thanks for giving me feedback on the story, it really helps. Even now I'm learning very slowly how to effectively do character development and dialouge, and at the time I was stuck with only a few days left and no clue how to fit it into a 4,000 word story. I'll certaintly work on that. Again thank you very much.

Warm Regards,

Icydice (talk) 19:19, October 31, 2017 (UTC)

That feeling you get when you realize the wolf man himself has a creepypasta for kids wikia, causing you to erupt in laughter at the sheer irony of him running a child friendly site. My man, that made my day.

Custom signature? pfft, as if I were that creative (talk) 23:08, November 2, 2017 (UTC)

Making sure you got my email

Hey, it's Noctevoire. Just wanted to make sure you got the email I sent a couple of days ago, concerning the promo code for Kind Nepenthe. My email is


Duskfallen (talk) 17:21, November 3, 2017 (UTC)Noctevoire


Hi Humby, I was wonderin if I could get an opinion on this

It's for a contest --Custom signature? pfft, as if I were that creative (talk) 23:49, February 10, 2018 (UTC)

Forget about my last message, I've posted the story 

Custom signature? pfft, as if I were that creative (talk) 02:02, February 16, 2018 (UTC)

e-Book Situation--It's Come to This

Hey there Humboldt. Just wanting to let you know I'm deleting one of my stories in order for it to become an e-book. It's part of the guidelines that Amazon have written into their contract when Draft2Digital signed up with them in November 2017. If Draft2Digital failed to notice a book that's already posted online they get a rather brusque rejection back letting them know that Amazon won't be accepting the listing since its freely available online and there's no way to be certain who owns the actual copyrights.

Even though I had clearly stated to both these companies that I owned the actual copyrights the stories that were published.

Mmpratt99 deviantart (talk) 02:56, February 20, 2018 (UTC)

RE:Congrats and a small favor

Thank you sir for the compliments! For the voice though, I have to give credit to Helel. I never would have written that story if he didn't hold the contest. As for the pet peeve, it has been removed, eradicated and destroyed.

Fisto (talk) 11:52, March 1, 2018 (UTC)

Fires cannot stump the Dup

Hey, thanks for reaching out! Thankfully I am safe from the fires, even though the smoke is visible from my place. Hope all is well with you too dude! MrDupin (talk) 17:55, July 24, 2018 (UTC)

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RE: License Stuff

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Underscorre talk - contrib - log 18:07, August 22, 2018 (UTC)

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Hey Humboldt. I took care of the remaining licensing stuff.

Hope you're doing well dude! MrDupin (talk) 22:29, August 31, 2018 (UTC)

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