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Jay Ten (talk) 01:41, March 8, 2017 (UTC)

NOOOOO!!! Now my talk page will be inundated with fan mail. I'll have to create a new identity/username. Maybe BoscoTheGrump.
Jay Ten (talk) 01:46, March 8, 2017 (UTC)
"Gugu was a very loud character, and often shouted at everyone he encountered." Lmao. Very good find right there. "GuguTheGrump" it is.
Jay Ten (talk) 01:57, March 8, 2017 (UTC)

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You know what the whole "Hobo in the class" thing reminds me of? That episode of Drake and Josh where Josh teaches at Megan's school and dresses up as Albert Einstein. He had the class try to guess who he was and one kid said he was a hobo. Josh said no and that he was a famous scientist. Then the actual teacher comes in and notices Josh's costume. She then says, "Security! We got another hobo in the classroom!"

How does one bump a thread? Can anyone do it or do you have to be an admin/beareucrat to do it? I ask this because that sounds like a really good thing to know if you want to get your story out there. So I finally got a chance to not only work on my Cape Cod pasta but I also got to watch another episode of The Haunting Hour for my latest review. I'm going to write the review tonight and hopefully go back into the Cape Cod pasta and add some commentary from the protagonist.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 04:34, March 8, 2017 (UTC)

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Holy crap! I remember the big cookie episode too! That one got a few laughs out of me. There was also this episode of Drake and Josh where a good chunk of the cast was stuck in Drake and Josh's house due to a storm and I remember one scene where crazy Steve was watching Dora The Explorer and it was funny as hell because he was getting angry at her for not getting to the bananna tree fast enough, even though it wasn't that far from her. Here's a potato quality clip of what I'm talking about.

Woah. I never thought that slapping someone on the back while they're choking was a bad idea. I thought that slapping someone in the back would help dislodge the obstruction. I guess you learn something new everyday. Speaking of bad medical advice, I found this article about Siri's medical "expertise" and this article about some person named Gwyneth Paltrow.

You know what's weird? Children in preschool are allowed to take naps but after that, there is no nap time. Why? That makes no sense to me because I think naps can be really beneficial. Don't believe me? Take a look at the National Sleep Foundation's article on the benefits of napping.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 02:58, March 9, 2017 (UTC)

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"That's the thing that bothers me about those shows. They ask the kiddies where something is, and then they just stare blankly at the audience for like 10-15 seconds." I like to think that they do that because they're having Vietnam flashbacks. I mean, it just makes a lot of sense given the situation.

So today I got to work on episode three of Pokemon: Johto Quest. I just finished writing the part where the narrator tells the audience what's going on inside Eddy's head. After this part, Emily will call out to him and he'll start to freak out and use Thundershock numerous times. One of the ideas I had for Eddy's personality is that his favorite food will be RageCandyBars. Even when he evolves, he will still like RageCandyBars.

I totally remember seeing all sorts of news reports about pilots falling asleep while piloting planes a few years ago. I even remember MAD Magazine taking a jab at the situation. In an issue of MAD Magazine they had a picture book called STAY THE FUCK AWAKE, which is an obvious parody of GO THE FUCK TO SLEEP.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:41, March 10, 2017 (UTC)

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Go The Fuck to Sleep is basically a children's picture book for adults. It even has a Wikipedia page! This book is also avaliable as an audiobook read by (you're never going to believe this) Samuel L. Jackson. If they make a movie adaptation of this book, I think the movie's title would be I'm Tired of These Motherfucking Children Not Motherfucking Sleeping When They're Motherfucking Supposed To!

So today is my dad's birthday. We were originally going to go out to celebrate today but there's a snowstorm happening right now (that's New England for you) so he instead decided to make steak with Teriyaki marinade for his special birthday dinner.

I remember seeing that commerical on one of Mr. Nightmare's disturbing commericals videos. It was either volume one (which I can't seem to find) or volume two. To me, the commerical is both funny and creepy at the same time. It's creepy because of the costume design and behavior of the lady who shoves the Snickers in the other lady's cart and it's funny because of the twist ending. Personally, I really don't like Snickers. Every time I eat one, the nuts get stuck in my throat and I have to force them down with water. I also don't care for cinnamon flavored candy or cinnamon flavored anything for that matter. In fact, I don't like pure cinnamon related things in general save for cinnamon bun scented candles. I guess it's because I find the smell and taste of it too strong and it just makes me feel sick afterwards.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 20:22, March 10, 2017 (UTC)

Creeping in to say just how much I appreciate the fact that Little Baby's Icecream came back. Icecream is love, Icecream is life, a feeling.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 21:25, March 10, 2017 (UTC)


Hi Raidra, I'm doing great, I hope everything's been good for you! I agree, chocolate is delicious, but it is always best earned in an honest way. I hope things are great for your mother as well as yourself! Luigifan100 22:49, March 10, 2017 (UTC)

Primordial feces

I don't think it's a coincidence that the first or "original" version of anything is usually the worst. Also, they ironically don't even realize the popular "original" version isn't even the actually original one.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 23:35, March 10, 2017 (UTC)

I don't think they will. Seems more like the airhead type that has one spontaneous episode of "I'm like so smaaart (...), isn't I? I should like, put my smarts on the interneet(...) for everybody to seee(...)! Ah, so many dummies thinking this totally ignorant guy actually wrote something good? I will put my smarts here and they will see and get woke!"
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 00:13, March 11, 2017 (UTC)

Super Ball Z

Dad came home the other day and seems to be doing fine again. Hopefully that is that.

Haha, well... I've been calling the franchise as a whole Dragon Ball Z for years, but I recently found out that the proper franchise name is actually Dragon Ball (I knew of Dragon Ball, but it just seems weird without the Z). Yeah, that's dumb. Have some consistency for your viewers, darnit! Also, watch out for Toonami on April Fools. I remember a few years ago I saw that Gundam Wing was listed on the TV guide for Toonami and I was like, "No way!" and went there. Sure enough, it was playing, but only a single episode from the very middle of the series and it turned out that was their version of an April Fool's joke :'( (I watched the whole series on the internet soon after). Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 04:41, March 11, 2017 (UTC)

I've seen 'The Room' before, actually. I watched it with friends, so that might be why I enjoyed it. It's obviously terrible, but I found it good because of how terrible it was XD This is one of my favorite scenes: It isn't significant at all and is never brought up again. I just like the scene so much because of that; that attempted shock value, lol. Turbo Kid and Roller Town are other indie films that I love, though they are actually good ones. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 19:40, March 13, 2017 (UTC)
That sounds like something to see (and so does the movie)! I miss the good old days when I'd make blanket forts with aid of the furniture, crawl under them and watch some TV! Once I get my own house, nothing will stop me from doing it again :D Might even do that with bad movies! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 07:59, March 14, 2017 (UTC)
Yay, sprinklers! You know those sprinklers at the supermarket that keep produce fresh? I always worry those are going to go off and drench me, so I am really wary about being near them XD Haha! I'd watch that despite my dislike of the 'Teletubbies'. I saw this yesterday and thought of you: It isn't actually a lost episode. It is just a collection of cutscenes pulled from a Sega console, but daaang, they look like the show, right?! My only complaint is how the music isn't quite right, but that's really nitpicky. Batman with an ax is scary. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 11:24, March 18, 2017 (UTC)
That sounds magical to me. What different worlds we live in :P
Yeah, I felt bad for plantman. All the cutscenes worked out kind of like an episode (the writing wasn't as good, but it was interesting and perfectly animated). I love that they got the voice cast in on it. The Joker totally makes Jokes in the Arkham games, in fact, he does it all the time. In a lot of aspects, the Arkham games are a continuation of The Animated Series (just more dark/serious). Here's a scene with him doing some gags/funny stuff: [1] There are a lot more, but I can't look for them right now.
Everyone seems to like Heath Ledger Joker the best, but that Joker is one of my least favorites because he never really cracked jokes. The only thing that he did that was really funny was making the pencil disappear (and that's only funny if your humor is super dark). I know I've showed you this before, but this is my favorite Joker minute ever: [2] "Which one?" XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 08:33, March 19, 2017 (UTC)
Now I am imagining water leaking through the envelope and making the seed grow before the delivery finishes. The mail man is in for quite the surprise and perhaps even nibble :O Yes! Mark Hamill is best Joker forever ever! Whenever I read something to do with the Joker, Mark Hamill's Joker voice is what my mind immediately defaults to reading it as. Here are a couple more funny moments with Joker in Arkham (don't watch if you ever plan on playing the Arkham games; both Batman and Joker were poisoned): [3] and [4] (no point in watching passed 4:30 on the second video).
Ledger is definitely a good actor, but Nolan's version of Joker just didn't feel like the Joker to me. I agree with you, I think a lot of people talk like his Joker is the best because he died during production of the film and don't want to come off as disrespectful. Obviously, some people truly believe that and that's totally fine because opinions! I do think there are some pretenders out there tho. Haha, maybe Joker made an even meaner comment beforehand, one so mean that Harvey's face combusted ;D Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 19:29, March 21, 2017 (UTC)
That sounds weird to me (isn't that film really violent?). The Arkham series is pretty much a continuation of The Animated Series, a lot of things they used in episodes appear in evidence lockers/showcases or as solutions to the Riddler's Riddles! Paul Dini was also a writer for the game (he wrote for the show, particularly Joker, Two-Face and I think, Mr. Freeze and his tragic backstory). We don't talk about Arkham Knight tho, Rocksteady told him to look for work elsewhere and wrote the third entry themselves, ruining the Arkham series for me in the process. I like to pretend that it ended at Arkham City.
If they were doing Yo Mamma Jokes, The Joker would probably say, "Yo Mamma? She's dead, Bats!" In most tellings it is implied that Joker knows that Batman is Bruce Wayne but doesn't care, but I can't remember if that is the case for The Animated Series or not.
I always thought they had some internal feeling that let them know, like some sort of switch, except for their power. All that grunting is them try to force it to flip on to a higher level, but I don't know XD I'm at 10% of my full power right now because I'm getting ready for bed and am feeling lazy! Dun dun dun Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 08:30, March 22, 2017 (UTC)
Vroom may have more sense, but they have more cents :'( Oh, I remember you telling me that before XD I actually saw that show (My Mother the Car) playing on TV a few months back, rolled my eyes, and made a comment about the protagonist's father having changed the definition of autoeroticism. To be fair, I didn't give the show a chance after I saw the title screen. To be more fair, I didn't feel obligated to do so because of the title screen. Oh, they didn't mean it as "get lost, sucker!" They meant it as, "We are moving forward without wanting your input, so go find work elsewhere instead of waiting around to be rehired." Them moving forward without him was incredibly stupid tho. Everyone had already guessed the Arkham Knight's identity before release, so the studio resorted to lying and saying it was a new character *spoilers* It was Jason Todd */spoilers* I was hoping for it to be a son of Ra's Al Ghul, because it would have explained a lot of things and made for a more interesting plot.
This reminded me of a scene from The Animated Series (unfortunately it isn't on YouTube or I don't know what to search). You know those psychology tests you can take where a therapist shows you a piece of paper and you state what it looks like? There is a scene where the Joker is going through this and it's of a bat. The Joker takes the paper from the therapist, turns it a bunch of different angles in his hands, hands it back to the therapist and shrugs because he doesn't see anything in it XD
Well, Jack of Hearts is A-OK with me. He doesn't look like items/Pokeballs and then turn out to be a Pokemon that tries to explode and take out one of my party members. His power does sound cool and usefull to me. "Where's the bomb?!" "Hmm... I'm detecting a strong heat source coming from within a steel panel in the wall." Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 23:34, March 23, 2017 (UTC)

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I personally don't mind mint in most cases. Hell, I can even stomach mint chocolate if it's not too strong. However, if you eat a mint, don't drink anything immedietly afterwards! If you do, it will feel like you're drinking the coldest thing ever and it will hurt. That's kind of why I dislike using mint toothpaste. When I put mint toothpaste on my toothbrush, wet it, and put it in my mouth, it hurts like hell. Therefore, I use fruit flavored toothpastes when I brush my teeth, even if those products are geared more towards kids.

From what I understand, we might be going to either breakfast or lunch with some of our other family members tomorrow. I'm not if the plans are confirmed but if they are, then this might be a makeup celebration. Though I'd have to get up earlier than I usually do, specifically around 9:30am or 10am.

"Years ago there was a controversy because BET made a joking public service announcement shouting, "Read a book, read a book, read a mutha-bleeping book!" Is lack of literacy a real problem? Yes. Is gangsta rap the best way to solve it? Most likely not." If you think that PSA wasn't the best way to get a message across, look at what happened when Australia tried to teach people that weed is bad.

There's one PSA in this video that showed kids, presumably under the age of 21, drinking yet the PSA told people weed was bad. Now if these PSAs were made in America, this would be a bunch of wank logic because it implies that underage drinking is okay but smoking weed will turn you into a demon sloth or something. However, these PSAs were made in the land down under and the drinking age there is eighteen, so I don't see it as too problematic. Here's the actual problems I have with these PSAs. First of all, the people in the ads treat the "stoner sloths" like shit by shaming them and making them feel embarassed. On the one hand, I can kind of see what they're trying to do with this method. On the other hand, I feel like a better way to handle the situation is to get the person using pot some help, either medical, psychological, or both because the sooner they get help, the easier it will be to solve whatever is causing them to use marijuana. Second, Sloths are really adorable animals and because of this, I feel like this might encourage some people to do marijuana, which is the very thing the PSAs are trying to discourage.

Would you like me to send you the latest version of Johto Quest in my next message?

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 06:00, March 11, 2017 (UTC)

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So we ended up going out to lunch at a local chinese place and when it came time for the fourtune cookies, guess what my fortune read? "Oops... Wrong Cookie!" Voltaire, Confucius, and all those other guys have NOTHING on that piece of advice! I mean, that's like the quote to end all quotes! While I was at lunch, one of my family members brought upthis video about girls kissing a bathroom mirror at school and the janitor gives the girls a bit of karma by showing them how he has to get the greasy lipstick off of the mirror. I won't give away the ending but let's just say the girl's reactions are priceless. While trying to find the video, I found some information about this story on Snopes. Apparently this story (the modern version at least) has been circulating on the internet since 1997.

So I just set my clock an hour foward because... why is Daylight Savings Time a thing again? No really. Why? *clears throat* Some people claim it's to save energy. While that may have been true during the pre-electricity days, that calim doesn't seem to ring true in modern society. In fact according to an article by Science for Dessert, they say, "While we have our lights on less often if it’s light out, if it’s still daytime later on the summer evenings, people are more likely to run their air conditioning after they get home from work, offsetting the gain, and according to some studies, causing more wasted energy." I would like to say more about this bullshit but John Oliver perfectly summed up my thoughts on this.

Speaking of sloths, I just got another idea for a story (Raidra: *sighs* More ideas?) that involves sloths. In short, this is a story about a girl named Yuki who has lived on the streets as a runaway for an unexplained amount of time. The first chunk of the story will set up the characters, setting, and all that other good stuff. The second half of the story will involve Yuki going to what she thinks is an abandoned house because she needs a safe place to rest. When she gets in the house and finds a bed, she falls asleep rather quickly. When she wakes up, she is greeted by a guy who looks like he is in his early twenties. Yuki gets startled and pulls out her steak knife, thinking that he's going to hurt her. However, she soon realizes that he means no harm and puts the knife away. He asks her what she's doing in his house and she says she thought it was abandoned. The guy laughs and says it's an understandable mistake. Yuki packs up and gets ready to leave. She apolgizes and proceeds to leave. However, he insists that she stay and she thinks it over for a bit. After a couple of minutes to think, she decides to stay. The longer she stays with him, the more she gets to know him and the more he gets to know her. For example, she finds out that he's the creator of a series called Super Sloth (which is foreshadowed earlier in the story by a plushie found at Yuki's friend's place) and that his inspiration for the series came from a Slakoth (Namakero as he calls it) plushie he owned. I wrote up a little plot summary for the story. It isn't finished yet but if you'd like to see it, let me know.

Before I forget, here's the latest version of the third Johto Quest episode.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 05:14, March 12, 2017 (UTC)

Whatcha gonna doOoOo, when sheriff Bozo come for you?

So I just saw the weirdest thing late last night on COPS that made me feel like I had lost my mind.

Some officers were conducting an undercover prostitution sting operation, and to try something different, they had one cop dress up as a clown; bright face paint, polka-dot clown outfit, balloons and all. They had him out in a van that had "COCO THE CLOWN" on the sides in livery, along with a fake phone number. I guess they were trying to make it look like a legitimate clown service-type business (you know, the kind just driving around the seedier parts of town in broad daylight). But anyway, they send him out in the van and eventually he stops by a lady who potentially could be prostituting. He starts putting the moves on her, in an incredibly goofy southern voice, saying that he's "between gigs" and looking for "a little fun". She walks up to his window, interested. Then, to my amazement, he sets off one of those popping clown toys (the kind that are filled with confetti) right into her face. Apparently she's not incredibly put off by all this, laughs, agrees to "a little clown action", and gets in the van with him. An officer watching in secret remarks that the whole ploy is "working well". The lady asks if the clown is "police" (because, you know, it wouldn't have made sense to ask that before getting in the van with the horny clown). Then, the clown officer sprays her with a can of silly string, getting it all over her. Keep in mind that I saw all this madness at 3:00 am, alone. My exact words at the time to myself were, "What. The. f%&*?"

The giggling lady innocently says, "You know, I'm not used to this." This is met by the clown's uneasy retort of, "Of course. Nobody is!" You can almost see the undercover clown start to break character and laugh. But anyway they agree to a price, the clown officer secretly signals his cop buddies with the van's brake lights, and the very-confused woman is placed under arrest for prostitution. They repeat this whole set-up with another lady and it works just the same.

But the best part out of all of this? That undercover clown cop's name? Tim. I was beside myself.

Here's the episode I've been describing, most of what I've told you happens in the first couple minutes. Anyhow, just thought you might find that interesting. I'm not sure about staying up late anymore to be honest.

"We could have been so good together, we could have lived this dance forever..." 01:09, March 13, 2017 (UTC)

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So today I felt rather tired. I think it's because I set my clocks an hour ahead when I didn't need to. I forgot that certain electronics automatically set themselves when DST is near. So when my tablet said it was 4am, it was really 3am.

I've heard of the cheap car urban legend before. However, most versions I've heard have the car owner reveal that the reason why the car was so cheap was because a relative of theirs or someone close to them had died in the car, which was foreshadowed by the foul yet unremovable stench it had.

I've been slowly warming up to John Oliver's work and I wish I could find more of those "How is This Still a Thing?" segments online but I haven't found more than 10 at a time. Honestly, I think they're some of the best parts of his show.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 05:26, March 14, 2017 (UTC)


Hi there, I'm happy everything went well for her. Currently I have some chocolate chip cookies with oreo crumbs! I hope all is going great for you! :oD Luigifan100 16:11, March 15, 2017 (UTC)

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I meant to send you a message yesterday but I was feeling rather sick. On Monday, I had my leftovers from the place I went to on Saturday and I felt rather sick. I had stomach pain (it felt like a rock was sitting in my stomach) and once that went away, I had heart burn. I still had heart burn by the time yesterday came around. I had the dish at least a couple of times before and I never had these issues after eating it. I think what might've happened is that I got a mild case of food poisoning and didn't realize it until now. I think the next time I eat there, I'm going to get something else just to be safe.

When I hear the words, "Culture Club", I think of that one building in a game called Takeshi's Challenge for the Famicom. Basically, its one of the hardest games on the system and it has themes of affairs, domestic violence, and all sorts of stuff you wouldn't expect to see from a game in that era. The game is really hard for a number of reasons. One, if you die once, you get no continues and have to start all over from square one. (AVGN: One guy? No continues?) Two, you have to complete tasks in very specific ways. If you don't, the game can't continue. Three, while you do have four units of health, they get drained really fast because the Yakuza mooks are magnetised to you and punch you constantly.

I made some changes to the Cape Cod pasta. I went back and added in some comments made by the protagonist regarding the episode and I changed a few other details. Here's a link to the latest version: ( I've also done some work on the Sunny Hills outline.

I haven't read any of Rand's content so I don't really have an opinion on it. I recently read the story called Waken Farm and it's written by Slimebeast. This is one of my new personal favorite Creepypasta because it's one of those stories that throws a lot of twists and turns at you and makes you want to keep reading to find out what's going to happen. It's on his website so here's the link to it: (

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 18:01, March 15, 2017 (UTC)

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I've heard of themed restaurants like maid cafes for example. If those types of places can exist, I guess anything is possible.

Yeah I think JonTron made a video on it but I feel like I've mentioned this before in a message from a while back. If I didn't, feel free to let me know and I can send you the video. Speaking of Jon's review, a guy named DaThings1 made a YouTube Poop out of it called Jaunt Ron and it had me laughing like a baby. Then again, these types of videos made me laugh rather easily.

And now it's time for Bizarre Facts About Hailey Sawyer! So whenever someone is fast forwarding through something and the things on screen are moving like they're in a comedic silent movie, I giggle uncontrollably. I have no idea why. I mean, I feel like I'm the only one who does this. #ForeverAlone

For the Waken Farm story, I don't feel like you have to read his other stories to like this one. It's one of those stories where you can pick it up and read it without needing too much prior knowledge.

I might check those videos out when I get a chance.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:04, March 17, 2017 (UTC)

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The YouTube Poop was amazing but the eyeyeyeyey part and the Eminem part were the best moments in the video! Happy St. Patrick's Day to you too. Today, I got a Ruben and fry combo from a local Irish pub. It was a bit expensive but it was really good too.

I'd like to think that the Grilled Mormans part was either a translation error since Jon was playing a translated copy or was an attempt to include a reference to the band without having their asses sued.

Some guy: (Back in my day, we had real theme parks that weren't infested by creepy mouse people. Instead, we had Action Park. Now sure people were drinking on the job, getting hurt and/or killed there but that was half of the fun and made us the tough guys we are today. Now everyone is worried about safety and all that nonsense. Whatta bunch of pussies!) In all seriousness though, Make-a-Wish foundation seems really nice to allow the kids to go there. It's one of those charities I'd wanna look into, though I'm not sure where they rank in terms of quality. Is it as good as Ronald McDonald House?

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 04:09, March 18, 2017 (UTC)

Early Alzheimer

Should have probably thought of asking few days ago, but did you catch the first episode of Jack's fifth season?

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 11:32, March 18, 2017 (UTC)

Pretty sure it can be found on Youtube. I won't spoil anything, I'll just say that so far they managed to offer much darker themes (PTSD and child abuse) but still added humorous moments. You'll LOVE the villain, I can guarantee it.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 16:47, March 18, 2017 (UTC)

I feel I could write entire articles about how the dark elements create a perfect environment for the turn of the story and character evolution. I'm also counting my breaths until the Scotsman appears in an episode.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 16:58, March 18, 2017 (UTC)
Not worryed bout that. He'd confirmed to come back and I've seen him appear for a few seconds in one of the trailers. He's even more badass than before.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 17:09, March 18, 2017 (UTC)
Good God, the second one is even greater (and darker).
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 06:42, March 19, 2017 (UTC)

I assume in the end Jack will come back to the guarded portal from "Jack and the time travelers" episode and defeat the Guardian. Also, this might not be the last season, the creator did a Q&A and someone asked if there'll be a season 6 and he responded with something along the lines, "Never say never."

Maybe not just cults, the Daughters of Aku also seem a bit like fangirls. They worship him like an almighty, abstract God and in the same episode you have Scaramouch calling him on speed dial.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 16:08, March 20, 2017 (UTC)

To be fair, this technically is the Season where the story ends. If there will be another, it might focus on secondary aspects of the story, other characters, etc. But yeah, I find it funny how people can make multiple overcomplex theories over the smallest of details when the creators may have only put them there cause they looked cool.
Maybe they did write the message with the blood of the dead one. As for the blank one, maybe the brain woke up from a coma and killed itself after seeing its host.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 16:29, March 20, 2017 (UTC)
Yeah, that was a bit sad. Especially since Aku wouldn't have kept his promise and Jack would've helped her people if she just asked. I kinda want to know what happened to X9's dog, Lulu. Also, how good do you think Greg Baldwin's doing as a replacement for the voice of Aku?
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 16:48, March 20, 2017 (UTC)
I find your lack of faith disturbing. I would never warn people about you, especially if I thought you'd rip them to pieces.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 04:42, March 21, 2017 (UTC)
"Hey, I think this guy's in cahoots with the girl turning people into pies!" Raidra (talk) 18:28, March 21, 2017 (UTC)
I forgot that this was my talk page for a minute there. Eh, it doesn't matter! Raidra (talk) 18:29, March 21, 2017 (UTC)

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Sorry for not messaging you in a while but I'm currently working on an exam project for my HTML class and It's due this Sunday. For this project, we have to make a simple website that documents different HTML and CSS elements. I had three weeks to do this however for the first two weeks, I ended up working on the wrong thing. Based on the wording in the PDF, I thought I had to make a website that uses examples of different elements. The only way I found out about this was by looking at the images on the page for the assignment. Next time an assignment comes up, I'm going to look at those images.

"I wonder if anyone's ever tried to claim they're related to Ronald McDonald House Charities." I think the Ronald McDonald House in the pasta of the same name was a knockoff that was ballzy enough to use the Ronald McDonald House name. I mean it would explain why the protagonist experienced what they did.

I've seen purple potatoes and even purple carrots. I'm not sure how the purple skin effect was achieved with the potato, but I do know that if you see a purple carrot, it's most likely an organic carrot.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 18:24, March 21, 2017 (UTC)

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I did it! I finished the website! All I have to do now is add in the comments in the HTML and CSS files. I might do that after I take a long break, which I really need! I hope I get a good grade after all the trouble I've been though! Let me tell you. My HTML Professor is a "hard to impress" sort of person. In other words, while he's not mean he certainly has high standards.

So what vitamin do purple vegetables have more of? Does it vary from food to food (i.e Purple carrots have 2x the amount of Vitamin A as regular carrots, etc.) or is it universal? I remember going to this place called Dickey's Barbaque and I recall that they served curly fries. The food there was quite good and it stayed open for a while. However, it closed a long time ago. I think it isn't open today is because Dickey's is a Texas based resturant and I guess BBQ isn't as popular in New England as it is in Texas.

I've seen quite a few people read that Ronald McDonald House pasta and honestly, It's not my cup of tea. If other people like it that's fine. I know that a lot of people like Abandoned by Disney but for me, the story is just okay at best.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 21:59, March 22, 2017 (UTC)

Runts, basses and Dix

Wondered if you ever saw this.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 14:23, March 23, 2017 (UTC)

Oh my God, do I love the audience activity. Over a hundred people of all ages cheerfully singing about their Ding-a-Lings! It's just lovely. Today if you have even a reasonably medium audience at least half will stand in place like damn trees and film everything with their phones. Knuckleheads! Put down the bloody phones, there'll be a higher quality recording of the concert on YouTube anyway!
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 15:25, March 23, 2017 (UTC)
I remember watching a segment from a Slipknot concert and at one point after a guy in the front row spent all the concert filming, Corey Taylor (the lead singer) slapped the phone from the dude's hand. There were no hard feelings after and they all had a laugh of it, but damn, not even metal concerts are what they used to be anymore. While I'm at it, metal music surprisingly made me discover that I apparently like folk music (vocalist of one of the most well-known death/black metal).
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 15:44, March 23, 2017 (UTC)
Hm, it's not actually folk metal. It's just that Nergal, Behemoth (the black/death metal band)'s vocalist also has another band which plays in a completely different genre. It's just folk, though it could be considered a bit gothic. Here are two others that may give you an idea.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 16:07, March 23, 2017 (UTC)

Also, not much of knower myself in this subject, but since I regularly stalk I thought you may be interested in this if you weren't already aware.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 18:08, March 23, 2017 (UTC)

Hi Raidra

Hi Raidra!! How have you been? I hope everything has been great for you as well as your mom. Just wanted to say hello! ^_^ Luigifan100 15:48, March 23, 2017 (UTC)

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So I finally finished the website today. I had to put the comments for the HTML pages into a text file since they kept showing up on the webpage even though they aren't supposed to. I made a .zip file for all the needed files for the project and sent them to my mom so she can look at them (she request that I do this so that the assignments are up to snuff).

I've read Hyper Cola and even listened to a reading of it by SomeOrdinaryGamers. I'm not sure if you heard of them before but they're basically a channel that makes gaming related content and creepypasta related content. I remember linking the story but then again it has been a while so I'm going to read it again. I come from a family who prefers Coke and given how this was the same company who made "New-Coke" and had Bill Cosby promote it. Thankfully, the company realized their mistake and reverted Coke back to its original awesomeness.

A few years ago, there was a thing called caffeinated alcoholic drinks being sold in the U.S. I remember seeing quite a few news reports about how dangerous the drinks were and there was even a ban put in place ifthis Wikipedia article is anything to go by. I'm not sure if that was the inspiration for the Hyper Cola pasta but I thought it would be interesting to bring up.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 23:38, March 23, 2017 (UTC)

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I'm not sure if you're interested in seeing the files for the website I built but if you are, click here to get the .zip file. It should work but if it doesn't, let me know. I tweaked the code a bit so that it's compatible with both Firefox and Chrome. I'm not sure which browser my HTML professor uses. However, I got this comment on my assignment where I used CSS stylesheets for the first time in the course: "For rgba, be sure to use an rgb immediately before it so that it will work on older browsers that don't understand CSS 3."

<lesson style="font-weight:bold;"> If you're confused as to what he means by "RGBA" and "RGB", they're basically colour models used in CSS to make a property a certain colour. For example, someone might use either RGB or RGBA (Which is just RGB with extra alpha channel information), to style the background of a webpage so that it's a certain colour. Here's what I mean:

body {background-color: rgb(255, 0, 0);}

This code means that the background color of the webpage will be red. Not exactly an ideal colour for that kind of thing but it's just an example. </lesson>

Anyway, back on point. So I think what he means by older browsers is something like certain versions of browsers like Internet Explorer or Firefox that have been around before the latest version of CSS, which is CSS 3, was implemented. While it seems like good advice, I'm not sure if there are people out there who still use older versions of browsers. I mean, it's 2017 so you'd think by now that they would be no longer in use.


Can I just say that Firefox is a marvelous browser? I mean, I've used it for years and I've had very few issues with it. It's very user friendly and customizable. For example, you can have as many add-ons as you want and because of this, you feel like you have a great deal of control when browsing. Don't like ads? There's an add on to block them! (U-Block Origin) Want to make every webpage you visit have a dark colour scheme? There's an add-on for that! Now Chrome is almost on par with Firefox. However, unlike Chrome, you can download and use add-ons with the mobile version of the Firefox browser! Once you hug the fox, you'll never go back!


So now that all of my work is finished for the week, I'm going to resume work on the Sunny Hill Farms plot outline and maybe work on some other things if I feel up to it. To be honest, the Hula Burger sounds like an item in Pokemon Sun and Moon. I bet it has pineapples and ham for some of its toppings!

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:26, March 25, 2017 (UTC)

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Yeah. I suggest clicking the download button. Don't worry. There aren't any viruses on the site as far as I know. Just make sure to scan the file with anti-virus software after it's done downloading just to be safe.

When I searched for Internet Explorer memes on Google, I found quite a few of them that were hilarious. However, there were two images that stuck out to me.

This was the first:

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This was the second:

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Looking at all the memes for Internet Explorer, I can kind of see why Microsoft decided to discontinue Internet Explorer in favor of Edge or as I like to call it, "Microsoft Ow The Edge." Whenever I use a public computer, I almost always pick Firefox and install Ublock Origin because browsing without an adblocker is like walking around in public without clothes. Weird analogy I know but I feel as though it's rather accurate.

So I resumed work on the Sunny Hills Plot Outline and even resumed work on that Why I Don't By My Games Online Anymore pasta. If you're interested, I can share what I added to one or more of these projects. I hope to work on them more later.

I've never tried a Filet O' Fish but I have had Fish and Chips before and I've come to like it. I think it's because the fish they use is mild enough for me to enjoy (I think they use cod or haddok for the fish, which doesn't have that fishy smell). Though, there's something I will never understand. So Fish is apparently considered a non-meat product even though it comes from an animal that was once alive. Yeah, eggs also come from an animal but I think their non meat status makes a bit more sense because most of the time (if I'm correct) the eggs you buy at the store are eggs that haven't fertalized yet and thus, have not been alive prior to consumption.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:55, March 26, 2017 (UTC)

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Good news! I'm almost at 2,000 edits on this wiki! Yay! But my talk page needs to be archived soon.

To us, shearing wool might seem painful and scary because we know that hair care (i.e getting a haircut and/or combing it) can be painful sometimes. Hell, even lambs don't like it. But as they grow older, they start getting used to the shearing process. But some sheep refused to be sheered, like Shrek over here: (

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 04:08, March 27, 2017 (UTC)

Vegetarians are people who don't consume meat at all, pescetarians are vegetarians who only consume fish meat or other seafood and vegans don't consume animal products at all. The one in the last category can be very dogmatic and delusional in their beliefs. Diex with the latest useless facts of the day.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 07:39, March 27, 2017 (UTC)
I'm literally a dictionary of useless knowledge. Well, useless for most people, I like knowing a little from everything and a shit-ton from a few select fields I'm interested in.
You're talking to me here, the Immoral and Obscene One, you don't have to apologize for saying things as you see them. Though I can understand it, for some people you have to go out of your way to put #NotAll in front of every statement. I don't care what everyone else's diet is, but it becomes a problem when others want to decide mine. And usually their approach is downright illogical, farm animals being equals/deserving the same moral treatment as humans is not a given, regardless of your feelings. And there are some who are downright psychopathic. There's a youtuber called Vegan Gains. He made questionably serious threatening statements like "If I saw him in real life I'd slit his f*cking throat", often whips around a (probably fake) gun through his videos and did f*cked up shit like putting his dog, half wolf half German Sheppard, on a vegan diet which caused her severe health issues and tried filming his grandpa dying of a hear attack to use him as an example of what happens if you eat meat.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 15:55, March 27, 2017 (UTC)
Not as far as I'm aware, but he did use say that slaughtering animals is 'murder'. the unlawful killing of another human. He also beliefs that people should be forced into veganism. That's not the worst thing I've seen, though. One crazy, excuse my French, bitch said that all men should get vasectomies and get their sperm frozen and only mate if they prove to be good.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 16:11, March 27, 2017 (UTC)

Beep Beep

Oh, well... I somehow feel a bit disappointed to learn that. I can accept that some men really love their cars and I can accept the humanization of technology, but for some reason - perhaps because the whole thing is so stupid - I find her starting off as a person who ends up reincarnated as a car to be more of a stretch. The cycle of reincarnation must have been having a really off day for her to come back as a car XD I am okay with Jack Frost because Christmas Magic/Spirit is involved and the dude is made of snow, so that implies that he is quite chill.

I believe you are right. I seem to recall that Joker had to undergo some psych evaluations to get the money he had won.

Yeah, it's a shame. I also hate when writers make their own character and bring in mainstream characters and dumb them down to make their creation seem better. It's awful when their is such a lack of respect for material. Joke characters are okay, but I really like it when a writer does what you said, takes a non serious character and builds them into something great. Mr. Freeze comes to mind! Totally underwhelming character, but then The Animated Series made him a credible threat and gave him a tragic backstory and now he's a beloved staple/character of the Batman Mythos. Heh heh, that is funny! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 15:22, March 27, 2017 (UTC)

I'm going to keep this a bit short because I have a cold and am heading off to bed shortly, but I will try to reply to some things you mentioned in a different post later on.
I think in Joker's case it was that he might use the money to commit crimes XD
Lol, "His ego." That's actually a really clever line! I like stories that have ridiculously overpowered characters who are thwarted in clever/creative ways. It is way better than making characters stupid or under-powered and results in some of the best stories ever.
Some people really do love their cars! Despite my user name, I've never been all that interested in cars (certainly not THAT interested, lol). I know I've seen some really bad guesses on Wheel of Fortune, but I'm drawing blanks right now. I do remember, that for one episode there was a gentleman that whenever he'd try to solve the puzzle, he'd flub a letter/word and this happened for 3 or 4 puzzles. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 23:22, March 30, 2017 (UTC)
Luckily, I am better! I saw this and thought of you: Those teeth, lol XD
I don't remember that one, but for some reason I am thinking of the fancy police surveillance van from Family Guy that can turn into two fighting hobos. To be fair, he totally can fly in the Beyond suit XD
I also think that some of the more interesting villains tend to fail/have setbacks in their plans and then overcome them. I mean really... when does anything ever go to plan? I love watching them be like, okay, I can get through this if I do this thing/go with this trap instead. Saw 6's ending comes to mind. Jigsaw's Ex-Wife places Jigsaw's Apprentice in the reverse-bear trap and binds his hands. Up to the point, everyone we've ever seen placed in that trap has died. But does Hoffman, Jigsaw's Apprentice, just sit there and go, "Oh no, I've been beaten. I am going to die!" Nope. He smashes the bones in one of his hands with the weight of the reverse-bear trap and uses his now free hand to untie his other one. He then tries to pry the trap off with a screwdriver, but can't. He spots a door with bars/frames in the windowed part and smashes his through it and the trap activates, but the bars/frames stop it from activating all the way, so he lives. Far more interesting than if he'd given up and died like everyone else ever placed in that trap (granted the sequel that resulted was the worst movie in the franchise, but I digress).
Haha XD At least it fit at a glance (too lazy to count the spaces because no money involved for me)! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 00:37, April 1, 2017 (UTC)
Thanks for the advice, but I'm going to follow my heart on the matter. Let's not discuss the blog any further as it is disrespectful and akin to talking about someone behind their back.
That is an impressive villainess rampage! Not many villains can claim to kill superheroes. Well, if they keep improving the traps, then there will eventually be no more ways to escape :D I'll try to chat you up more tomorrow! I am exhausted and still have to squeeze in my hour of writing. Good night and take care! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 07:30, April 3, 2017 (UTC)
I want to offer an apology on the off-chance that I was rude with my last message. It looks rather rude to me, and I was trying my best to avoid coming off as rude. I am sorry. I was going to try to message you something else today (and yesterday), but I'm not feeling all that well, so I am just going to leave it at that and try to get back to you tomorrow. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:31, April 5, 2017 (UTC)

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I did it! I have officially reached 2,000 edits on this wiki! Woo hoo! (Breaks out the Coke) Here's the screenshot proving so:

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I bet the sheep illustrations in that guy's bible looked a little something like this:

"Psalm 23:1-3 A psalm of David. The LORD is my shepherd; I have all that I need. He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he refreshes my soul. He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake." Pictured: The guy in this Psalm.

So I think I mentioned something about a story that focuses on a girl who runs away from home and it involved sloths. Well, I've come up with at least five different working titles for this story. I'm not sure which one is the best so I'll let you decide: - Something Something Sloths- Hats Off for Super Sloth - This Story is Brought to You by Sloths- Kenji and Yuki: A Japanese Tale - The Story of Yuki Konishi "It's like with people- new things can be scary at first, but then you adjust." To be honest, I've never gotten used to shots. Like ever. I understand how important they are to my health but for someone like me who has sensory issues, they really hurt. I scream really loudly when the shot is given and I cry a lot. Oh don't get me started on shots used for blood work! Those things are ten times scarier since you can see the blood go through the needle and given how I become weak from even the slightest mention of blood, I'm surprised I don't faint during these procedures.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 16:02, March 29, 2017 (UTC)

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Okay so I've narrowed down my choices to just two working titles. The first is Hats Off for Super Sloth and Kenji and Yuki: A Japanese Tale. Both of them represent different elements of the story so I think either one would fit. If I feel like it's good enough, I might turn it into an actual novel. I'm working on character sheets for the story and I'll send you the most developed ones.

Sheet for Yuki Konishi (Protagonist): (

Sheet for Kenjirō Furukawa: (

I usually start a story by creating sheets for various characters and include bits of the plot in them.

So I was looking at images of Japanese schoolgirls to get an idea of what Yuki would look like. At first, I wanted her hair to be a dark blonde colour but then I found out that a lot of the schoolgirls I saw had black hair. It seems like that's the only hair colour in Japan. Sure you got the occasional red head and whatnot but they're like the one percent. What's up with this?

"Yesterday we stopped at a restaurant for milkshakes and the restaurant's claw machine included a couple plush sloths. The weird thing is they were black and white. I'm sure there can be melanic sloths, but making a toy sloth black seems like an odd choice." Maybe they were shiny sloths.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 00:51, March 31, 2017 (UTC)

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To be fair, this is my first time writing a romance story so I do have some things to learn. However, what I think makes or breaks romance stories is the main couple themselves. I think this is because it is a type of story/genre where character development is extremely important. I mean if the couple shares little to no chemistry with one another or there's not a whole lot of character development going on, the whole thing falls apart.

So what did you think of the character sheets? Or did you already mention that somewhere in your last message? I'm working on some more character sheets, specifically for Kathy Smith (Yuki's crush) and Koji Koyama (the guy who was hired by her aunt to find her). They don't feel complete enough yet.

Sometimes in these character sheets, I'll include bits of plot here and there, which may stay or get scrapped by the time I get around to writing the plot outline so maybe the plotlines you saw in the sheets may change into something that hasn't been seen as much.

What I do know is that there will be comedy in this story. For example, I was thinking of creating a scene where Yuki goes to an all-you-can-eat buffet and sees a whole plate of Yakitori, which makes her mouth water. She grabs a plastic bag and goes over to the plate. She dumps all of the Yakitori in the bag and a staff member comes over to her and says that she can't take the Yakitori out of the buffet place. She replies with, "Ah! But the sign outside doesn't say 'All You Can Eat Here' now does it?" The staff member says, "Oh I didn't think of that. Well, I guess I'll just be on my way and--- Ah Ha!" and lunges towards her and tries to tackle her. She steps out of the way and when they go to tackle her, they fall to the ground.

But I think we can agree that the story will be a better romance tale than Fifty Shades.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 20:39, March 31, 2017 (UTC)

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<sarcasm> Er Meh gursh! How dare you not be interested in my work!? This is going to be my mesteerpeece! </sarcasm>

But in all seriousness though, it's okay to not be interested in something. For example, I'm not very interested in sports (I'm more into nerdy things). I am still working on other things you may be interested in like the third episode of Johto Quest and the Sunny Hill Farms outline.

I saw a review on Goodreads that just tears the first book apart that was made in 2011. The review is quite long so I'll just give you the link to the review ( rather than paste the whole thing on the talk page.

David Popovich made a review on the first ( and second book ( in the Fifty Shades series. Long story short, he didn't really like them. Since David is a member of a BDSM community, he gives some great insight as to why the book's portrayal of BDSM is less than accurate.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 02:00, April 1, 2017 (UTC)

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Yeah that's David Bowie alright. I think that's a gif of a scene from Labyrinth. R.I.P David Bowie (???? - 2016)

So I've been doing more work on the third episode of Johto Quest and the Sunny Hill Farms Plot Outline. For Johto Quest, I'm at the part where Emily and Eddy arrive in Ecruteak City, which I'm describing as basically the most Japanese city in Johto. Here's part of the actual description:

(After a short walk, Emily and Eddy had arrived in Ecruteak City. An intense, cherry-like aroma wafted through the air and trees with thin brown trunks and branches covered in small pink flowers were scattered around the city. A few men and women could be seen walking down the cobblestone streets that wrapped around the base of the buildings.)

For the Sunny Hill Farms outline, I'm at the part where Roy and the protagonist arrive back at the farm with Zack. They put him in a little hut made for one sheep and when Becky notices Zack, she mumbles to herself about how Zack is certainly not going to want to graze for a while after what he’s been through.

I've been considering scrapping the Cape Cod pasta. I know I've been working on it for two years now but I'm not sure it can be good enough to be accepted on this wiki, even in its final and refined form. I'll give it a bit more thought though.

"An orig­i­nal work, and said to us that James had war­ranted the books were, indeed orig­i­nal." Not only is this sentence nonsensical, but it's grammatically awkward. I looked up this quote on Google and I found a search result that's about the history of LSD. This is the result I'm talking about: (

So I've heard the argument that the only reason 50 Shades is a romance story is because Christian is rich despite what he does to Anna and that if he were living in a trailer park, it would be a horror story. Honestly, I kind of agree with it. I mean, the more I think about it, the more I can see it as an episode of Criminal Minds if Christian was in a trailer park.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:27, April 2, 2017 (UTC)

Tears of Joy

Did you notice what fantastrick April Fools Adult Swim pulled a few hours ago?

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 07:22, April 2, 2017 (UTC)

Even better. Surprise premiere from Rick and Morty Season 3!

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 19:37, April 2, 2017 (UTC)

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If you think that's hilarious, you should see what Pokemon Abridged does with Erika (one of my crushes). I'm sorry but Erika is beautiful and I also think her personality is cute. The best part though? She falls asleep a lot! That'll get you a 9.5 on the Kawaii scale!

"You may have known this already, but I just recently found out that his eyes were different. It turns out that when he was in school, he and one of his mates fought over a girl. Bowie's left eye was injured, and as a result the pupil was always enlarged." As a sleazy salesperson: Hey ladies! If you ever wanted to have big anime eyes, try this trick at home!

So I recently came up with this little gem:

This is why I shouldn't be allowed to meme.

If you have no clue what this is, allow me to explain. This is an image of Christian Grey, specifically the film version of him. IN the books and films, he constantly says he doesn't do romance but keeps doing things like giving Anna gifts and letting her fly with him in his vehicles and whatnot, which could be seen as romantic gestures.

"Your commentary reminded me of something else." Which commentary? I'm seriously confused right now.

Here's another image for you to enjoy:

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Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 03:49, April 3, 2017 (UTC)


I apologize for lashing out at you. I should have known you were only trying to help. To explain a bit - I was one of the first people to help DV in the workshop just a few days after he showed up here nearly two years ago and we've been friends ever since, so I was ecstatic when I read his blog. Probably obvious from my original comment on that blog as well as my reaction to finding out it was fake, but I clearly care a bit too much about this place and what goes on around here.

That's just not something you joke about on a site like this where people have put in a lot of time and effort to help you hone your craft and where we get extremely excited for our friends when the ultimate goal of being published finally occurs (when someone gets published, it almost feels like a win for all of us for some reason). It just feels like more of a slap in the face than a prank. I imagine he simply didn't think it all the way through.

I hope you can see how I misread your comment and wasn't just acting like a crazy person, although everyone knows I am. Basically, I understand why you jumped in, and I hope you understand why I reacted the way I did. Again, I apologize. No need for a response or anything. I'll consider it settled unless you say otherwise.

Jay Ten (talk) 13:01, April 3, 2017 (UTC)

Lmao. That reminds me of one of my favorite clips. I don't know why, but it makes me laugh almost every time.
Jay Ten (talk) 03:03, April 5, 2017 (UTC)

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Regarding Fifty Shades of Grey, I have a theory about the series. You see, I believe that the Fifty Shades series is about what Batman does when he isn't fighting crime. You see, there's this article I found that talks about how Christian and Batman are similar to one another and the more I read it, the more it made sense to me. Just for fun, here's a mashup of the Fifty Shades and Nolan Batman trailers.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:50, April 4, 2017 (UTC)

The Greatest thing in the history of humanity


I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 18:04, April 5, 2017 (UTC)

Seen that too. It's perfectly deserved, it couldn't be more pandering even if it tried. Weren't it for Pepsi Man I'd switch to Cola.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 11:25, April 6, 2017 (UTC)

Headaches, Headaches, and More Headaches

I hope that your head cold is gone today :( I'm feeling physically fine today, so that's good! A fantastic list XD

What if one or two of the incapacitations are permanent in the sense that the superhero persona stops existing, like he hits them with a beam or something that makes them lose their powers or memories forever? Just thought you might find that suggestion a bit intriguing, since it doesn't cause anyone to die, but it would remove heroes from the equation forever. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 02:29, April 6, 2017 (UTC)

Okay. Take care and have a good night too. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 02:34, April 6, 2017 (UTC)
I slept a bit, but not well. Still, some sleep is infinitely better than no sleep :\ I hate for you to suffer and hope that things improve. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 11:12, April 6, 2017 (UTC)

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So I found this lovely gem of a song while surfing the web. I'm not sure if it ties into anything we talked about previously but I figured you might enjoy it.

"The sad thing is I can see people trying that. On a related note, anytime someone gets their eyes dilated (at the optometrist's office) I find myself thinking of The Power Puff Girls." In this scenario, I think of that big eyed kid artwork from the sixties.

"The nurse who took my vitals was named either Dalia or Daria, and at one point she brought up Batman." Oh my god! I'm just picturing Daria from Daria taking your vitals. (Insert line Daria says here) When you were talking about Crazy Steve, I thought about the Crazy Steve from Drake and Josh.

So I've made a decision regarding the Cape Cod pasta. I think I'm going to scrap it and work on some of my other projects. I know I've put two years worth of work into it but honestly, I just don't have the passion to work on it anymore and if I want to work on a lost episode pasta, I'll work on Cut Content, which I think is much more original and and may be much more successful in being accepted by the Creepypasta Wiki.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 18:34, April 6, 2017 (UTC)

That Means A Lot

I really appreciated that message. Everything is a bit overwhelming for me right now, but it's good to know that there are people that care and are willing to help, even though they've never met me. I'm trying to keep it together, but sometimes things pile up almost more than I can handle. Not trying to give a sob story, but sheesh, it's been dumping on me for what seems like years and I'm wearing down. I won't take pain pills, so I tend to self-medicate sometimes. It's also almost laughable when I look at the pile of pills I take each day for my psyche troubles. I'm barely more than a zombie anymore, but I can't handle reality at the moment.

So that's where I'm at, but I'm fortunate that I have access to all the health/mental-care I need. I hope all is well with you, and hope your mother is continuing to recover. It's hard for me to keep track of what's been going on because I'm on max doses of multiple mind-manipulators (Paxil, Klonopin, Hydroxyzine, and something else I can't remember the name of, but it nearly puts me out). Thanks again for your concern and for offering your support. It means more than you realize. I'm so sorry I lashed out at you the other day. It was uncalled for and irrational. I know it's in the past but I still feel bad. Anyway, I have to go now. Have a good one.

Jay Ten (talk) 20:32, April 6, 2017 (UTC)

Another one on my 'Die in Pain' list

That was a new one. Think it was just a bad slip, like making a painting for an art museum and realizing too late it looks like a dick (though considering how terrible modern 'art' is they'd probably accept it). I mean, I don't think any sane company would support racism, at least not any kind that favors whites. By the way, did you hear? Every DBZ abridged videos was taken down through abuse of the copyright system and, keep in my mind that I didn't do much research for this so I don't know if it's true, it seems that the ones responsible are the Japanese owners at Toei.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 18:43, April 7, 2017 (UTC)

Good question. It's very hard to give a simple answer to this, even as a person who actively informs himself about those things. See, an interesting thing about those extreme leftist (that's what they are) is that they're incredibly hypocritical and contradictory. Of course, that's true for many extreme ideologies, but what's particular for this is that they aren't even aware of that. They could claim that they want equality, yet if some field doesn't have a 50-50 distribution of men and women, they'll say it's discrimination. Keep in mind, everyone in America is free to chose whatever career path they want. They don't want equality of opportunity, they want equity. They want women to be "encouraged" (pushed) into a field and men literally being discriminated against so there's equity. And that's only when it comes to women in nice jobs. They'll never complain there's too many men in sewage work or garbage disposal. They'll also claim MRA are sexist scum because some of them may me misogynistic (or not. Literally everything can be misogynistic for them) but will chastise you if you show them hundreds of examples of misandristic feminists. Also, these usually aren't only a single kind of bigot-

A more practical scenario (sorry, this may end up very long): Partner opens the door for his date (ideologue).

Ideologue: "What do you think you're doing? Do you think I'm so helpless I can't open my own door?"

Partner/UB (unlucky bastard): "I'm so sorry...I didn't mean to disrespect you."

Ideologue: "It's alright. I can help fix you of your unconscious biases and toxic masculinity.

UB stays in silence as he's having second thoughts. And third, forth and fifth.

A server who happens to be a black woman arrives at the table. Server: "Hello. How may I help you?"

Ideologue: "I would have filed a complain about the cruelty of serving the meat of these poor, tortured, killed and raped animals. But help me? I should help you! You're put in this horribly low position instead of going where a woman like you deserves. Did I assume your gender? Oh my God, I'm so so sorry. I'll give you something but you deserve so much more." (Turns to her partner) "Well what are you waiting for? Give this amazing person a 30$ tip!"

UB proceeds to mentally bang his head on the table. Then physically.

Have you ever heard about the horseshoe theory? It's the theory that the extremes of any ideological belief are nearly exactly the same. They'll hold the exact same beliefs, use the same tactics and present the same arguments, the only thing that differs are the objects of that belief (sometimes not even that). If you look far enough you'll notice the far left and far right are nearly identical. I could write entire pages on this subject. If you're interested in ideologies, two men particularly bright in this field (but not only) are DrRandomercam and Jordan B. Peterson, the former being a great youtuber and the second, well, basically a personal hero.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 13:05, April 8, 2017 (UTC)

I think these generations of people (they didn't even exist 15 years ago) was caused in part by a very unfortunate statistic-nearly a third of western kids are raised by single mothers. It's the mother's role to teach the children compassion and empathy and the father's is to offer logic and discipline. Without that you often get everlasting children. Also the movements themselves are redundant in the western world, everyone is pretty much equal. Sure, there are still problems on each side but you won't solve them by only focusing on a part of the victims. Their actions only serve to create other problems. White people, especially men, are discriminated against in higher education and STEM jobs. Men take over 80% of suicides. The gap in prison sentences between men and women is 6 times as big as the one between black and white men. In too many places it still is legally impossible for a man to be raped by a woman. There are barely any domestic abuse shelters for man, despite them being over a third of the victims.
I also don't get the people of color thing. So saying colored people is racist, but saying the exact same thing in another order and with 'of' in between is not? Yeah, as doctor Peterson would put it, "If you learn the algorithms of their ideologies you don't even have to hear what they say because you can predict it."
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 09:28, April 9, 2017 (UTC)
There's another factor here that you might not notice. And I don't blame you for it, big part of the reason why barely anyone takes MRM seriously is because most of the population doesn’t even know those things. See, if the things you indicated were the main reasons it would mean that, considering that the single mother cases are a fairly recent issue, men recently got any new reproductive liberties. And that didn't happen. The issue here is that men barely have any compared to women. Women have multiple contraception methods, men only have one. The father of a child has no say in whether the child is aborted. Women can choose to have the children never see the father but still have him pay, as 85% of divorces result in the children ending with the mother. Combine that with recent feminism teaching women that hypersexuality is somehow liberating on its own and that fathers are useless and the results aren't surprising.
Remember a case, guy divorced his wife, cause they fell apart if I remember, discovered his kid(s?) wasn't even his. Now get this, both the poor guy and his ex knew who the real father was but she still forces him to pay child support and still doesn't let him see the kid, because the guy still loves the kid and sees as his own while the mother spreads lies about him. And he's unfortunately far from the only case of this type.
Paradoxically, they use women being oppressed in the Middle East as a reason to be a feminist in the West. Yet they never talk about that. In fact, especially recently, they defend Islam, some saying it's a feminist religion. One of the leaders of the joke of a protest called Women's March was such an exemplar. The other... oh God. She kidnapped an old gay man, raped him multiple times and ridiculed him for being gay and killed him. After 20 years of prison she wasn't even remorseful, she said "Screw that faggot."
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 05:04, April 10, 2017 (UTC)

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So I recently posted my new Haunting Hour review though I had to turn off my computer just as the blog post about it was being uploaded. The reason why I did this is because my monitor kept adjusting the contrast automatically, even though it has never done that before. So I had to turn it off twice in order for it to stop doing that. It was like fighting with a sibling over the remote control only with less screaming involved. If you check my blog page, can you let me know if the blog post went through because if it didn't, I'll have to make another blog post.

I heard about the film all the way back in 2015 when the Nostalgia Critic did a review of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Towards the end of the review, The Great and Powerful Tim briefly talks about the (then upcoming) movie Big Eyes. Here's the full review.

In Firered and Leafgreen versions, I remember going through Rock Tunnel twice without Flash since I refused to strap the move Flash onto any one of my Pokemon. It was really difficult but I did it... twice.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 23:57, April 7, 2017 (UTC)

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Yup. That was me. I was the person who made it through Rock Tunnel without Flash... twice. I think I mentioned it in a message that I sent you a long time ago.

In May, I'm going to see a play version of Young Frankenstien with my family. My mom lives about a half hour away from a theatre which we go to at least a few times a year to see plays and other shows. One time my mom and I went to see Alice in Wonderland Jr. and another time we went to see Little Women (spoilers I havent read the book so I didn't know how faithful the play version is to the book.)

"There was an episode of Animaniacs (a 1990s cartoon) which spoofed The Sound of Music, and the nanny's list of her favorite things included "Pictures of children with really big eyes!" in fact, that's the only line I remember from the song." Holy crap! I actually remember watching that episode all the back in ninth grade (I was really into Animaniacs at that time). I even remember Dot making a Goof Troop reference in this episode! I also remember them doing a parody of Disney's Pochohontas and that David Schwimer show called Friends. That show was awesome. I think my two favorite segments were the Warners and Slappy Squirrel. I also liked Pinky and The Brain but all of the others I was indifferent to.

"Last night I rewatched PhantomStrider's countdown of the top ten worst cartoon live action remakes, and I think the Johnny Depp version of Alice in Wonderland was number nine." What? Number nine! That should've been number one! I could write a whole book on what's wrong with it! In fact, I did! It's called How Stupid This Movie Is! It's a very simple read. Most of it just consists of "This Movie Sucks! This Movie Sucks! This Movie Sucks! This Movie Sucks!"

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 00:20, April 9, 2017 (UTC)


Hello, I hope you have been doing well !! I'm still sick so I have not been on as much, I hope all is going super for you!!

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So I watched a news report about Sesame Street and they recently debuted a character named Julia. From what I understand, she has autism and from what I've seen, the portrayal was nearly spot on. In fact, it was so great that it made my mom and I cry. One clip that gave me the feels is the scene where a siren from a fire truck goes off and Julia covers her ears and says, "Noise! Noise" The reason why this gave me the feels is because I'm on the Autism Spectrum and I have always had sensitivity to noises, especially noises like sirens, vacuums, and blenders. I have grown a slight tolerance over the years but I still really struggle with loud noises. Keep in mind that Sesame Street is a show aimed at preschoolers and I think they really cared about not only getting it right but also treating it with dignity and respect. Hell, I'd even go as far as to say this is how to do diversity right.

I have some good news! I'm almost done with the Sunny Hill Farms plot outline. However, I'm having some trouble. This is the latest part of the outline:

(59. Becky then backs away from the protagonist and tells them that they almost forgot to tell them to take some of the scattered hay around the farm and store it in the second barn. She suggests that they start near the area that they are currently in and after the hay around the farm has been collected, the protagonist is welcome to leave. The group disperses and Roy tells the protagonist to get in the truck to drive over to the tool shed to get the supplies they need to complete the task. The protagonist does so and the two head over to the tool shed. The two get their supplies and head back to the area near the sheep den. They are able to fit almost all of the hay in the back of Roy’s truck.

60. Roy drives over to the second barn and has the protagonist put half of the hay into the barn while he takes the other half. Once that's done, Roy decides to get the hay over in the field near the cow’s barn. When the protagonist goes to get the hay, they notice an opening between some trees in the distance. They get curious and decide to explore the area. Once there, they walk for a minute down a trail before coming across a gravestone. They read the engravings and their body goes cold. They find out that the grave belongs to Lorenzo Miller, who, according to the epitaph was a, “Hard Working Boy and Loveable Stepson.”)

Now the trouble I'm having is figuring out how the protagonist will react after seeing the grave of Lorenzo. Should they become extremely frightened and run all the way back home or should they react differently? I want the reaction to be at least somewhat realistic.

In the third episode of Johto Quest, I'm at the part where Eddy and Emily get into the dance theatre in Ecruteak though an open window. They seemed to have no success with the doors so the window was their Plan B.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:24, April 11, 2017 (UTC)

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I did it! I finished the Sunny Hill Farms outline! I'm not sure if I should add any other plot points to it. You're more than welcome to look over what I have: (

So today, I cut my finger trying to get some French friend onions right out of the can. I forgot that my mom leaves the metal inner top of the can and the sides of that part are quite sharp. Next time I want to eat fried onions straight from the can, I'll use a spoon to get them out.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 02:23, April 12, 2017 (UTC)

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I'm sorry, but I had to make that joke. I mean, it was just way too good to pass up. While researching that blunder, I found this list of other Oscar blunders: (

When I first heard about La-La Land, I thought it was a movie about a kid's daydreams because one of the terms for daydreaming that I heard in school was LaLa Land (i.e "It's not time to be in LaLa Land right now.")

I looked over the plot outline andi think it looks pretty good. I'm going to tell Doom about the plot outline and send it to him/her. If you want to show the outline to other people, you're more than welcome to do so. Hell, you could even tell me what the people say if you want. I might make a blog post about this but I'm not sure if people will read it, let alone leave a comment.

I think my mom left the metal part in to keep things fresh but I think it could also serve as an anti-theft device! Ack!

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:14, April 13, 2017 (UTC)

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Last night, I wrote down some rules that I created when it comes to vampires. Basically, I started creating my own lore for vampires. Here's what I got:

  • Vampires can't turn others into vampires just from biting and sucking their blood. Instead, a special serum containing the vampire's DNA and another special ingredient must be used on the victim to transform them.
  • Vampires are not harmed by garlic. In fact, they seem to enjoy it in certain things like stews and sauces.
  • If a Vampire wears sunscreen that is at least 30 SPF, it will allow them to become tolerant of sunlight.
  • One of the few things a Vampire is weak to is holy items (i.e A Cross, Buhdist's Beads, Holy Water, etc) due to the fact that they're considered Dark-Type a.k.a unholy creatures.
  • A Vampire's favorite food is rare steak. Because of this, some people have put their leftover steak outside to deter vampires from attacking them.

One of the things I have planned for episode four of Johto Quest is that Emily believes finding onion rings in fries is a symbol of good luck. This idea came from instances where an onion ring or two may slip into your fry container at fast food restaurants.

"I still don't know what most of the movies were about, and I really don't care. I'm more interested in daydreaming than I am in modern cinema" Well fear not because Honest Trailers made a video that sums up the 2017 Oscar Nominations: (

For me, the only Oscar category I really pay attention is Best Animated Picture. This year, I really wanted Kubo to win but Zootopia won instead. Unlike with the 2013 Oscars where Wreck it Ralph should've won Best Animated Picture because it's arguably a far superior film to the actual winner (Brave), I wasn't upset with Zootopia winning because I thought it was a really great film and felt that it deserved the award.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 05:52, April 14, 2017 (UTC)

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When it comes to the Vampires vs. Werewolves debate, I almost always lean towards the Werewolf side of things. I guess it's because I find Werewolves a lot more interesting, as they don't seem to have as many weaknesses as Vampires, though I could be wrong there. Hell, I dressed up as a werewolf for Halloween twice. So, in an episode of James Rolfe's You Know What's Bullshit series, the Bullshit Man talks about how Vampires have acquired too many weaknesses over the years. Video is here: (

Two of the weaknesses he mentions are silver and Wolfsbane, which I think are weaknesses more suitable for Werewolves. The reason for this is because Werewolves might have allergies to silver and maybe the smell of Wolfsbane is so bad to them, that it drives them away. Not only that but it's the ban of the werewolf's existence, hence why it is called Wolfsbane.

Happy Easter to you too. On Friday, we celebrated Easter with my uncle because I was going to be going to my dad's on Sunday and my mom thought that it was a good idea to invite him over, despite the fact that my brother and I were sick.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 22:17, April 16, 2017 (UTC)

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I remember reading a few of the Little Critters books and I remember the Little Critters computer game by Living Books. I don't remember much from them though other than the character designs. Though, I haven't picked up any Little Critters material since I was a kid so that may have something to do with it.

So whenever The Mandela Effect is brought up, The Bernstain Bears are also brought up. The reason for this is because a lot of people seem to think it's spelled "Bernstein" when it is actually spelled "Bernstain". Some people also think that this is proof that parallel universes exist. However, I think that there are two possibilities as to why some people think it's spelled "Bernstein". One, when it comes to the name, I think that "stein" is more common than "stain", so when people think of the word, that spelling might be the first thing that comes to their minds. Two, some people may not have picked up a Bernstain Bears books in years so their memory of the name might be faulty.

I know you said that you weren't interested in the Kenji and Yuki sorty, but there's something from it that I think you'll like. So what I am about to show is a description of something.

In one part of the story, Yuki is at her home base (a seemingly unoccupied apartment) and at around one in the morning, Yuki hears something coming from another part of the apartment and decides to investigate. She looks in the kitchen and bathroom and finds nothing. However, she hears the noise again and realizes that it’s coming from a room with a closed door. She tries to open the door and finds out that it’s locked. Not only that, but she finds out that there’s no way to pick the lock from the outside and decides to go back to the table blanket, as she reasons that the noise could’ve been something falling on the floor. Once she is close to the table blanket, she changes her mind and decides to go back to the room to make sure that the noise wasn’t made by a person. She grabs her steak knife out of her pocket and heads towards the room. Because she can’t pick the lock, she decides to break the lock. She harshly jiggles it back and forth several times. After about fifteen minutes, she finally manages to break the lock and flings the door open. When she enters the room, she is horrified by what she sees. According to her, this is what the room looked like:

(Behind the door was a small bedroom that was dimly lit by the moonlight coming through the windows. From what I could make out, there was a puffy white mattress laying against the wall where the windows were. Not only that, but there were at least three, fluffy looking blankets neatly piled on top of one another. However, the part of them that was closest to the pillow was haphazardly folded away from it. In the center of the room was a black wooden table whose surface was taken over by cans of Pringles, a couple of empty Pepsi bottles, stacks of papers covered in all sorts of little stains, and even a blue and grey, wireless video game controller with two rectangular buttons on both of its top corners. On the left side of it were three clear trash bags that seemed like they were nearly full.

The floor was littered with thick, long sleeved shirts and surprisingly pristine looking paperback books. I think I even saw a few stale cigarettes stamped into the floor. But there was one thing about this room that really stuck out to me. When I decided to breathe again, my nostrils were immediately assaulted by hands down, one of the worst smells I had ever come across. It seemed like a mixture of ear wax, cinnamon, rotten fish, and tobacco. After I took a whiff of it, I covered my nose and mouth with my shirt and ran over to one of the windows. I inhaled sharply and held in my breath, uncovering my nose and mouth in the process. I grabbed the wooden handle in the middle of the window with both hands and pushed it to the other side with as much force as possible. As soon as I felt a cold yet gentle breeze brushing across my face, I ran out of the room and slammed the door behind me.)

By the way, did you have anyone else look at the Sunny Hills Plot Outline yet? If so, what did they say? I posted the outline on my Twitter earlier today and I haven't gotten any feedback yet. Maybe I should make a blog post about it after all.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:23, April 18, 2017 (UTC)


Anti-anime sentiment, lol. Never thought someone would ever have to type those words. Thanks for the help. Hope all is well.

Jay Ten (talk) 23:47, April 18, 2017 (UTC)

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"I think there's one thing that any sensible person can agree on. Vampires & werewolves can make for great villains and/or great sympathetic figures, but they don't make great romantic interests. Terrible Writing Advice did a sarcastic video on why having vampires and werewolves as love interests is an absolutely nonsensical idea." I think you could make them into love interests and have it work. I'm not really sure if this is a good example but I think Beauty and The Beast did a great job handling the romance between Belle and Beast. I mean, from what I understand, Beast is part wolf so I guess it could count.

"At what point does Kenji discover her living there? I mean, did he know prior to this scene, or has he been out, and he won't discover she's there until later?" So Kenjiro will appear in the scene where Yuki falls asleep in the seemigly abandoned house after she is driven from the manga cafe her friend Kathy recommended her to stay at by the private detective her aunt hired. I made a few adjustments to the character sheets. For example, I originally wanted Kenjiro's father to not want his son to become a game developer because he thought he was throwing his life away. However, I changed it to Kenjiro's father not wanting his son to become a game developer because he feels that major video game companies don't have the best working conditions, which is an idea he got from his time working at Konami. I felt like this was a step in the right direction for two reasons. One, it would've been every easy just to give the father a cliche reason to not support his son's dream and make him look like the bad guy in return. Two, this gives some believable character development to Kenjiro's father.

To be honest, I forgot it was tax season. Then again, I don't have to pay taxes right now so... eh? I can wait until you have those things squared away.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 01:34, April 19, 2017 (UTC)

My birthday!

Hello Raidra, I've been doing great! Today my mom and I went out to eat and I got an amazing chocolate cake with chocolate chips and ice cream for my birthday. I hope everything is going well with your mother! Luigifan100 04:23, April 20, 2017 (UTC)

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So here's the plot outline for Kenji and Yuki: ( and here's the latest parts of that outline:

(11. Yuki then describes having a dream about her and Kathy battling against each other using Pokemon (Pocket Monsters), with Yuki using her favorite Pokemon Leafia (Leafeon) and Kathy using a Nyorobon (Poliwrath). However, just when Leafeon is about to finish off Poliwrath off using Solarbeam, the dream is interrupted when Yuki is woken up by the sound of someone knocking at the door. She then hears a woman’s voice say, “Hiroki? Are you in there?” The woman discovers that the door is unlocked and walks into the apartment, with Yuki still silently hiding under the table blanket. Yuki hears the woman’s shoes stomping against the floor. A few moments later, the woman walks over to the table blanket and puts her hand on it. She whispers, “Huh. Still warm.” and thinking that Hiroki is hiding underneath, she lifts up the blanket and is shocked to find Yuki. At that point, Yuki’s heart is beating fast and she finds herself shaking as she stares at the woman. The woman asks what she’s doing in Hiroki’s apartment. Thinking quickly, Yuki says, “We need to talk.” Confused, the woman asks what she means by this and Yuki crawls out from underneath and tells the woman to follow her.

12. Yuki walks towards the room and reluctantly opens the door. When it is open all the way, she points to the open window and looks away. Yuki starts to cry and the woman demands to know what’s going on. Yuki tells her that she was a neighbor of his that would sometimes check in on him. She claims that she saw a huge figure fall past her window and because she lived just below him, she decided to go to his apartment and check on him. She entered the apartment and walked towards his room. She knocked on the door for at least five minutes without a response. Because of this, she became frightened, thinking that something was wrong, and broke the lock. When she entered his room, he was nowhere to be found and when she saw that the window was open, she became horrified and hid under the blanket, traumatized by the the conclusion she made in her head.)

After Event 12, I'm not sure how the woman should react to Yuki's story. I was thinking she would become really scared and tell her to call the police. Yuki then responds with, "What are they going to do? He's already..."

Good news! I just finished writing my new Haunting Hour review last night. Maybe when I make a blog post about the review on Friday, I can mention that the Sunny Hill Farms Plot Outline is finished and post the link to it.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 18:48, April 20, 2017 (UTC)

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Sorry about that. I guess I got a little too caught up in the story. I promise that this will be the last message that dicusses this topic. So between the time I sent the last message and today, I've been thinking about that scene and I realize that lie is too dark. I think what I was trying to do was not only give Yuki another flaw but to show her skill of lying being put to the test under the circumstances. However, even in that case, I feel that lie was overstepping some boundries. I have purged this part from the outline and if you felt appauled by what I sent, I apologize.

On a lighter note, I have sent the Sunny Hill Farms Plot Outline to Empy and he told me that he'll try and get it reading it this weekend. If he doesn't though, I'm not going to get mad about it as I have other things to work on while I'm waiting anyway.

I've done some more work on the third Johto Quest episode and here's what I have so far: ( In the outline, I had the Officer Jenny scene set when Emily and Eddy decide to leave the theatre. However, I switched the Officer Jenny scene around and I have another scene planned for when the duo leave the theatre and head to the Pokemon Center. So after Emily heals her Pokemon, Eddy will spot a vending machine and will walk over to it. He will lean against it and notice that one of the slots is filled with RageCandyBars. Upon noticing this, he will put his tounge against the glass and eventually lick it a few times.

Thinking he could fit in the machine to retrieve the treat, he puts his head through the bottom slot. However, he gets stuck once his entire head is through. It takes him a few seconds to pull his head out but once he does, he becomes angry and slams against the machine to try and get it loose. This proves ineffective though and he decides to use Thundershock on the machine. To his delight, the machine explodes and he is able to retrieve his surprisingly undamaged RageCandyBar. Although no one was hurt, everybody in the Pokemon Center stares at him and he freezes up. Nurse Joy is extremely upset with him and goes as far as to kick Emily and Eddy out. After the whole ordeal, Emily feels embarassed and upset and calls him out on it.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 00:46, April 22, 2017 (UTC)

Food in my belly and money in my food

First of all, sorry for not talkin' for a while. The chat, somewhat deserted as it is, is a bit more lively (and convenient). Second, there's a number of points you could look at this from. Are we speaking in America or globally? I will assume the first, correct me if needed. 'Murica, very capitalistic or not, is a place where almost no one ever starves. And that's speaking bout normal food, not ones that doubles you in width within years. I tend to think this has a bit more to do with living standards and discipline. Due to advancements in technology and certain features of the economy, now it's much easier to sit on your butt and eat good (tasty) food even if your parent(s) teach you to do the complete opposite, which rarely ever happens. There's also some other bullshit, like the Body Positivity Movement. No, you are not healthy at any size if you hyperventilate from climbing five stairs and it ain't society that brainwashed me into not being attracted to you, it's the 300 debris ibs.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 07:39, April 22, 2017 (UTC)

Now to be fair, anorexic people aren't known for being mentally sound. The source of their problems is a delusional view of the world. Also, personally I'm much more appalled to see an anorexic person than when seeing an obese one (for the former I'm extremely worried about while on the later I'm more a bit disgusted. I have few theories on why). As much as I dislike hypocrisy and cognitive dissonance, it doesn't make criticism any less valid (especially from doctors).
That's something for my stalking data and sense of smell to decide, though unless she's some sort of murderer I think there won't be any issues.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 15:01, April 24, 2017 (UTC)
Believe me, there's a severe number of mental illnesses that get even worse.
That was more of a 'keep in mind' thing, as none of the examples counted as legitimate criticism. Have to ask, what kind of doctor was that?
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 21:08, April 24, 2017 (UTC)
Speaking of PTSD, don't know how have you been keeping up with Samurai Jack, but the last episode was probably the most controversial yet (and one of the best).
Or ice-cream flavored dog food. Speaking of that, I think the commercial that affected me the most was that Snickers Halloween one. Interestingly, it didn't scare me when I watched it but it gave me the worst nightmare I had in months. Might be because it reminded me of that I feel fantastic video.
I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 11:17, April 25, 2017 (UTC)

Sapphire 2nd Best Stone

I went back and finished my playthrough of Pokemon Alpha Sapphire last week, liked it lots, because of you and Hailey talking to me about Pokemon XD I guess I just need a break from the games to enjoy them again. It gets kinda stale when they crank out one every year as opposed to the traditional 2 or 3. Pokemon Diamond and Pearl turned 10 the other day, I think it was yesterday, and now I'm feeling really old because those came out when I was in High School >.>

I looked into Pokemon Sun and Moon a little and they have some unique and interesting concepts that appeal to me. I might end up buying Moon version now. I am disappointed in them only having added 80 new Pokemon this generation (or maybe it was 80 catchable in each version. I can't remember, I just remember the number 80 applying to one of those two things and either is disappointing). What's happening with you? Your mom doing okay? Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 00:12, April 24, 2017 (UTC)

Glad to hear it. I don't want to get too in detail outside of email, so I'm going to be somewhat short on explanation here: he's not where we want him to be at in terms of recovery, but he's okay. I'll send you another email some time soon to explain things if you are still okay with it (I saw the message you left near mine on Hailey's talk page, sorry, about being tired often. I don't want to be piling stuff on you/worrying you when you aren't feeling well. Well, I never do, but you know what I mean). Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 09:34, April 25, 2017 (UTC)

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So I decided to tone down the lie into something more mild. I haven't finished the scene yet but the lie Yuki tells the woman goes partly like this:

(11. Yuki then describes having a dream about her and Kathy battling against each other using Pokemon (Pocket Monsters), with Yuki using her favorite Pokemon Leafia (Leafeon) and Kathy using a Nyorobon (Poliwrath). However, just when Leafeon is about to finish off Poliwrath off using Solarbeam, the dream is interrupted when Yuki is woken up by the sound of someone knocking at the door. She then hears a woman’s voice say, “Hiroki. It’s your neighbor, Azumi. Open up!” Azumi discovers that the door is unlocked and walks into the apartment, with Yuki still silently hiding under the table blanket. Yuki hears Azumi’s shoes stomping against the floor.

A few moments later, Azumi walks over to the table blanket and puts her hand on it. She whispers, “Huh. Still warm.” and thinking that Hiroki is hiding underneath, she lifts up the blanket and is shocked to find Yuki. At that point, Yuki’s heart is beating fast and she finds herself shaking as she stares at her. Azumi asks what she’s doing in Hiroki’s apartment. Thinking quickly, Yuki says, “I’m his sister and I just got in a few hours ago.” The woman says, “Really?” and Yuki replies with, “I’ve been meaning to visit him for a long time but I didn’t really have the money to do so. But I’ve recently managed to scrape up some yen and well… here I am.” The woman thinks about what Yuki said. As she is doing so, Yuki crosses her fingers and hopes that she falls for the ruse.)

I'm not sure if Azumi will fall for the ruse or get skeptical and ask her a few questions. I saw the Patrick Psychopath video in my subscription box but I haven't seen it yet so I don't know what kind of points they make.

So I started writing part of the intro to the Sunny Hill Farms story. Here's what I have so far:

(Over the years, I've had many different jobs. Some of them I liked and others... not so much. There was one job however that I could never forget. At the time I decided to take this job, it was around the middle of May and I knew that I would be going to college soon. Because of this, I wanted to take my laptop with me. You know, to take notes with and all. However, the laptop I owned at the time had numerous dings and scratches in it and it had recently been making noises similar to a jackhammer on numerous occasions such as when I opened a program and even when I just let it idle for a bit. This wouldn't have been so bad if it ran great but unfortunately, it was really slow to load practically anything! Much to my dismay, I didn't have the funds to purchase a new one since I had spent quite a bit of my savings on a birthday gift for my best friend a month prior.

This wouldn't have been too bad except my family and I weren't exactly the richest people in town. In fact, a lot of my things such as my clothes and even my phone once belonged to my older brother. So asking for a new laptop or even the money to purchase one wasn't really an option for me. At the time, I though the best way to earn money was to find a job. However, the idea of working in some loud, overcrowded, and stuffy kitchen for subpar wages was ridiculous to me, especially considering the fact that I wasn't exactly a fan of noisy places.)

After this part, I want the story to transition to the part where the protagonist uses all kinds of sources to look for jobs. I'm trying to figure out which medium they should use first. Should they start looking in the classifieds section of the local newspaper or start looking on sites like first?

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 19:02, April 24, 2017 (UTC)

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I guess you have a point there. To make up for it, I'll talk about something else. So you mentioned the most recent episode of the Sun and Moon anime. I recently got around to watching it and I'll admit, it was a real tearjerker for me and it usually takes a lot for me to cry.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 20:58, April 24, 2017 (UTC)

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In Sun and Moon, there's a feature called the Poke Pelago. Basically, it allows the Pokemon in your PC Box to do various things which are separated into different islands. For example, there's an island that allows Pokemon to go into a mine/cave type area that allows them to search for items like shares, stones, rare items, etc. I like to think that Professor Oak got wind of this and decided to try this out with Ash's Pokemon.

So I decided to have the protagonist start with the local paper. I'm trying to make the job hunt interesting enough to justify it being in the story. Here's what I have so far:

(However, the idea of working in some loud, overcrowded, and stuffy kitchen for subpar wages was ridiculous to me, especially considering the fact that I wasn't exactly a fan of noisy places. So, I decided to start looking for jobs in the local paper, as I felt I would have a better chance of finding a job that wasn't too far away from where I lived. I skimmed through the help wanted section and as I got to the end, I slammed the paper down on the couch.

"How is that possible?" I thought to myself. When I was looking through it, a lot of the jobs I saw either had really lousy pay or required experience that I didn't have at the time. Hell, I even think some of the other jobs listed had both of these qualities. I mean, even for a local paper, you'd think there would be at least one or two good jobs in there. I took a deep breath and grabbed the paper, placing it on the large wooden coffee table.)

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 23:54, April 25, 2017 (UTC)

"Little doggies ice-cream"

Yep, he wanted to commit harakiri for 50 years of perceived failures and a humongous misunderstanding that happened at the end of the previous episode. And she wasn't exactly nude, just there weren't clothes she was wearing, but rather something more traumatizing.

I have some weird sense of admiration for those who make these robots/costumes/mannequins. I mean there's uncanny valley and then there's "HOLY CHRIST!" valley. I imagine never being able to sleep with one even several rooms and/or locks away, consider some of them might keep those in their rooms.

I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 12:46, April 26, 2017 (UTC)

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I'm not sure if you have the latest version of the third Johto Quest episode so here you go: ( So one of the most recent editions to the episode may be a tearjerker for you. Spoilers! Here's whats I got:

("Hey Kuni, I thought you hated Chikorita ever since one of them tried to cut your hand off with Razor Leaf." Kuni harshly nudged Miki with her elbow and quietly growled, "Shut up, Miki." Several moments later, Kuni took a closer look at Emily and gasped.

"Oh no. You're all wet too?" Kuni sighed as she put both hands on her cheeks.

"I can get Felix to dry her off with Flamethrower." said Miki. All of a sudden, every other kimono clad woman, including Kuni, shouted, "No!" in unison.

"Okay! Geez." Miki said in a mildly angry tone.

"Yeah, I'll just take a towel." said Emily.

"Actually, I have a better idea." Kuni replied. She walked towards Emily and grabbed both sides of her stomach. She then hoisted her up into the air and Emily found herself laying in her arms. As she lay there, her mind began to drift. She envisioned herself laying down on a couch watching a movie. In this movie, a small, feline Pokémon with cream-colored fur that turned brown at the tips of its hind paws and tail, was learning to walk and talk to impress a Pokemon just like it. While Emily was watching the movie, she was struggling to keep her eyes open. All of a sudden, her mother stood in front of her and scooped her up in her arms. The next thing Emily knew, she found herself inside her bedroom being gently tucked into bed. Her mother bent over and picked up a plushie of a small, bipedal Pokémon with bluish fur on top of its body, and a milky color on the underside. She turned to Emily and handed it to her. She then leaned towards her cheek and gently kissed it.)

"My aunt has noted that a lot of places are contradictory, noting that the employers say they'll only hire people with experience, but people can't get experience unless they're hired!" Ah the always classic Catch 22 example. So a while ago, my brother and uncle were debating about the origin of the term "Catch 22". My brother says it came from the book of the same name but my uncle says the term pre dates the book.

Heeere's Hailey! Wanna Talk? 00:42, April 27, 2017 (UTC)