I have covered a lot of unusual stories for October, but this might just be the most unusualist. Is this just a thinly veiled excuse to share a video I found amusing …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Maybe.

I miss the world of Creepy/Crappy Pastas, not the best written stories, but a fun time of an abundance of horror themes and ideas. I know this video goes about the lose of the domain name and the fundamental flaw of Pastas being stories with no copyright authorship; however maybe creepy YouTube isn’t too bad off. I mean Corpse Husband is like everyone’s favorite Among Us player at the time of writing this.

I can relate to Roger, I too have loads of ‘Enimes’. I mean: Invisible Man art critics, Boss Baby Stans, Every ‘at the Movies’ website, ENG/LIT classes, everyone. The tale is more or less a troll, but it is kind of a subtly clever comedic exercise. Arrant logic, contradictions, and run-on sentences all work to take readers of the rails to a humorous effect.

While Kevin is mostly here for the laughs, it is an interesting exploration into internet story telling. Whether it be by animations, animatics, gmod, or readings there’s plenty of options bringing this tale into vivid detail. It’s a simple and brief story, and it has probably been shared to millions of people. Just goes to show that you don’t need a publisher to get your work out, just a story and a bit of originality.

Oh well you are all my Enimes, and I will now become a movie theater monster. But in the future because I haven’t died yet. Stay Spooky!

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