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  • (creepy music)

  • (bats squealing)

  • (cackling)

  • - And even to this very day, I feel the insects

  • crawling inside me, in my skin, in my abdomen,

  • in my antenna!

  • (gasp)

  • - Oh snap! He turned into an insect in the end?

  • - Oh, I wouldn't like turning into an insect.

  • That would really bug me!

  • (laughing)

  • - Well, that's just great.

  • After that creepy pasta I feel like I'm covered in bugs!

  • I need a shower.

  • - That's good, you feel like you're covered in bugs!

  • That's how you know it's a good creepy pasta.

  • - Should we do another?

  • - Oh, do we have to?

  • I'm already really on edge,

  • (loud crash)

  • (screaming)

  • - Oh I apologize.

  • I hope I didn't startle you!

  • (laughing)

  • - No, it's just that, we were reading creepy pastas.

  • - Creepy pastas?

  • Why, those are my forte!

  • And trust me when I say, mine are to die for!

  • (laughing)

  • - Ah, I'm not scared.

  • You guys are scared!

  • - My first creepy pasta, perhaps my creepiest

  • is called "The Tag".

  • There once was a very small apple, that was annoyed

  • by that tag on his mattress that said "do not remove".

  • Every night, the tag tickled his tiny, nonexistent toes.

  • Finally, one day, he tore that tag off in frustration,

  • but heard a scream as he did.

  • The tiny apple looked all over the place,

  • but he could not figure out where the scream came from.

  • Later that night, as the diminutive apple

  • prepared for bed, the lights suddenly went out.

  • There was a slam, clatter.

  • The apple was very frightened,

  • not to mention very, very small.

  • - [Apple] Okay, we get it!

  • - [Pasta] Who was there, wondered the puny little apple.

  • What could it be?

  • As he reached for his flashlight,

  • a shadow appeared in the doorway.

  • Frantically, the minuscule apple tried to get the flashlight

  • to turn on, but it was far too big for him

  • to properly handle, because he was so tiny, you see.

  • Before he could react, the figure reached out

  • and tore the apple's tiny little stem clean off!

  • (screaming)

  • He screamed in agony and dropped the flashlight,

  • which finally flickered on to reveal...

  • the mattress!

  • (screaming)

  • - Wait, the mattress is exactly

  • who I thought it was gonna be.

  • - Guys? Where's Little Apple?

  • - Oh, he must have had to go use the bathroom.

  • - That's actually a good point.

  • He usually pees his pants at scary stories.

  • It's a good thing he made it to a bathroom this time.

  • - Huh, our little Apple's growing up!

  • - I wouldn't exactly say he's growing!

  • (laughing)

  • - Speaking of bathrooms, would you like to hear

  • my creepy pasta called "Toilet Monster"?

  • - I guess we have some time to kill

  • until Little Apple gets back!

  • - Time to kill indeed!

  • (laughing)

  • "Do not flush paper towels", read the sign above the toilet,

  • but the grapefruit could not be bothered to obey the rules.

  • He was, in his mind, too cool for the rules.

  • So, day after day, he flushed paper towels down the toilet.

  • "What's the worst thing that could happen?", he figured.

  • "The toilet gets clogged or something?"

  • But the grapefruit was wrong.

  • Because the warning sign was not posted

  • because the pipes might clog.

  • The sign was to deter people from inadvertently

  • feeding the toilet monster, who lived deep within the pipes.

  • Thanks to the grapefruit's negligence, day after day

  • the toilet monster feasted on its favorite food,

  • paper towels, and grew larger, and larger, until one day,

  • it grew too big for the toilet and burst out,

  • hungry for more paper towels!

  • As fate would have it,

  • the foolish grapefruit was holding the paper towel roll.

  • At that very moment, the toilet monster

  • devoured the paper towels,

  • and the grapefruit along with it!

  • (screaming)

  • - Hold on, now Grapefruit's missing!

  • - Oh, he must have needed to go buy socks or something!

  • - That makes no sense!

  • - Ah but you know what would make sense,

  • listening to another creepy pasta, courtesy of yours truly.

  • - No, thank you!

  • - I heard "Yes, please".

  • Very well, this one I like to call "Boaring".

  • Once upon a time, there was a boring pear,

  • who wrote boring math equations on the white board.

  • After boring his entire class half to death,

  • his incessant scrawling actually bored a hole

  • through the board.

  • The boring pear fell through the hole

  • in the board he had bored, and found himself

  • in a world filled with wild boars.

  • One of the boars charged toward him, and the pear screamed!

  • But the boar stopped in it's tracks.

  • "Why would I attack you?" asked the boar.

  • "You're one of us!"

  • The pear was very confused,

  • because he was most certainly not a boar.

  • And that's when the first tusk jutted out of his mouth!

  • Then another!

  • Then a tail

  • and a snout!

  • And before he knew it, he had become the only thing

  • he had ever known how to be,

  • an utter and complete boar.

  • - That wasn't a very scary ending!

  • - That's because I haven't gotten to the ending yet.

  • Do you know what those boars did, day in and day out,

  • for the rest of their boring boar lives?

  • - [Orange] Uh, what did they-

  • - [Pasta] Algebra!

  • (screaming)

  • - Oh, is it just me now?

  • Apparently so!

  • (laughing)

  • - Yeah, Pear must have left.

  • Maybe he had to rush out to see that new art exhibit

  • about slugs downtown.

  • You know the one.

  • - Well, actually, that does sound like Pear.

  • - Oh yeah, of course it does.

  • And now then, I've one last creepy pasta to tell,

  • and I assure you, it's going to slay!

  • (laughing)

  • - If the story's half as punny as you are,

  • this orange is juiced to hear it!

  • (laughing)

  • - As fate would have it, the story just so happens

  • to be about an orange.

  • I call it "Orange Slice".

  • - Very nice!

  • (laughing)

  • - Every day, the little orange's mother

  • would tell him not to run with knives.

  • "You'll slice yourself wide open", she used to warn him,

  • but did the little orange ever listen?

  • He did not.

  • - How could he?

  • He had no ears.

  • (laughing)

  • - Please let me finish the creepy pasta.

  • Breaks the mood.

  • One day, the little orange was out playing with...

  • - [Orange] His friends!

  • - [Pasta] No, actually, he was playing with knives.

  • - [Orange] Uh, knives are so dull!

  • It should definitely be his friends.

  • Orange you glad I'm contributing to the story?

  • (laughing)

  • - I am not, as a matter of fact.

  • I'm a master creepy pasta writer.

  • You need to let me tell my story the way I want to tell it.

  • - Ah, come on!

  • Let someone else take a stab at the story, would ya?

  • - Huh? No!

  • - I promise, I'll add a twist ending and everything!

  • (laughing)

  • (screaming)

  • - Wow!

  • - Wow, you guys, I just had the craziest dream!

  • - Me too.

  • - Really?

  • The dream I was having was pretty boring.

  • - Guys, don't worry.

  • I cleaned up that whole creepy pasta mess,

  • although, now we gotta clean up

  • this other creepy pasta mess!

  • (laughing)

  • Ew!

  • - Not to worry, fellas!

  • Grapefruit's on it.

  • Paper towels are right over here and...

  • (snarling)

  • and that wasn't very smart, was it, Grapefruit?

  • (screaming)

  • (spooky organ music)

(creepy music)

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/02/25
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