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Creepypasta

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All this shit started when I found that little note.

On a square piece of paper I found at the bottom of a box I was moving out of my basement, it read, “HELLO? PLEASE RESPOND”. I had no idea how long the paper had been there, those boxes had sat in my basement since I moved in. I ignored it until the next morning, when I opened my coffee maker to throw out the grounds, and inside was a sopping wet piece of paper that read “PLEASE RESPOND! PLEASE HELP”. I figured it must have been put inside my coffee maker by whoever was pulling this pointless prank, because it wasn’t there when I put my coffee grounds in.

I found more notes, under my mousepad, inside my computer tower while I was putting in some new RAM, between the layers of tissue of my toilet paper roll, under my DVD player’s disc tray. Places that no one would ever look, places you’d never think of putting a note, places you knew no one would ever look and it would be foolish to put a note, because who knew when they would see it?

But it kept happening, and they all said the same thing every time, begging me to respond and help them. Being the retard I am, one day I just got fed up when I found one inside a cup in my dishwasher (right after I had run it – the paper was dry) I wrote on the back of it “HELLO. I’M RESPONDING. PLEASE EXPLAIN YOUR SITUATION!” and slid it under a crack in my bath-fitted tub.

No sooner had I left my bathroom did I find another piece of paper, floating on the surface tension on the surface of my glass of sprite I had in the living room.

I carefully picked it out of my drink, it read “THANK YOU.” and in larger letters, “I’M TRAPPED”.

I waved it around to dry it off a bit, and wrote on the back of it again, “where are you trapped? how are you sending me notes?” and, not creative enough to think of where to put it, I just threw it behind my couch. I waited and looked, but I didn’t see any other notes for the rest of that day.

The next day I checked my mail, inside of some spam letter was the next note, “IN THE SECOND DIMENSION. BELOW YOU”. I wasted no time in responding “whoever you are, this prank is retarded. give it a rest” and threw it outside, the wind blew it away.

The next note I got was still in obnoxious capital letters, though it was much longer than before and the last sentence seemed to have been squeezed into the remaining space. I think it was a passage from some encyclopedia or textbook. “The first dimension is a defined point in space. The second dimension (this was underlined) is anything that exists with height and width, while the third adds on length. The fourth includes time, the and the fifth is the past: time that has already occurred and is solidified in timespace.” Everything beyond that was too squished in to read. I rolled my eyes and responded again, “How can you read this if you’re in the second dimension? How can you even exist??” I slipped this note into the space in my toaster between the element and the metal casing.

My reply came when I brushed it out of my hair the next morning before I took a shower. “WRITING IS 2D. VISION IS 2D- TWO 2D IMAGES SUPERIMPOSED.”

That didn’t really get to the point of how I was supposed to “rescue” this person, which I defined in my next note that I flushed down my toilet.

“MAKE ME 3D” was all that was on the new slip of paper I found inside of a chocolate bar I unwrapped, later on. How the idiot was putting these inside sealed products was beyond me but at this point I decided to play along, maybe it was some kind of TV show thing.

“How?” was all I wrote for my reply. I remember exactly where I put it, because it was the last thing I wrote for a long time. I put it in a crack between my length mirror, and it’s wooden backing. As soon as I let go it slid out of sight and I didn’t see any papers again for a year and a half.

Getting dressed one morning for work, I went into my room and adjusted my tie and shirt in my mirror, the same one, only it was now on the opposite side of my room. Looking into it, I noticed a square behind me on the wall. Turning around, there was none. In the instant before I turned around again I thought it must have fallen off, but in the mirror it was still there, still suck to the wall. I touched my mirror thinking maybe it was some sort of warping or optical illusion, but it wasn’t.

I lifted my heavy mirror up from the ground and slowly walked backwards with it, nearing myself to the opposite wall on which the paper was stuck. The closer I got, the clearer the message on it became, until I stopped, sandwiched between the heavy mirror and the wall, looking at the paper immediately over my shoulder: “MAKE YOU 2D” it said.

I moved the fuck out of that house as soon as I could. After bunking at my girlfriend’s for a while, I got the fuck rid of the mirror, the toaster, everything. My heart still skips a beat when I see any perfectly square piece of paper, sitting on the floor, all alone. I still live in fear of some day I’ll open up a book or look in the inner lining of a jacket, and a piece of paper will flop out.

I check all my things, now. Constantly. I also don’t drink coffee anymore.

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  • corrosive nutsack

    I don’t understand the line “MAKE YOU 2D”

    But I thought that this was a very good pasta. Delicious

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    • Loop.

      Well, it was instructing him to become 2D so the thing could be 3D. How this would help make it 3D, I don’t know, but that’s basically what it means.

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      • HEY HEY HEY IT’S SLENDY!

        They are swapping places in the dimensions

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        • Killer

          and how is that scary enough to make him move?

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  • Maran Doll

    Clever! I like this one a lot. It could have been better-written, but otherwise it’s really good.

    Also, the fifth dimension is possibility, not past time. Past time is included in the fourth. The fifth exists in infinite potential.

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  • corrosive nutsack

    I don’t understand the line “MAKE YOU 2D” but other than that I liked this delicious pasta.

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  • Noose

    Personally, I thought “MAKE YOU 2D” was referring to perhaps squishing the narrator with the mirror, since he noted how heavy it was…

    I liked this pasta. It’s interesting, but to me, not scary… which earns it points in my case.

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  • DJ LoONa

    …trippy

    i rather enjoyed it
    XD

    but…-sigh-

    WHO WAS NOTE?

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  • MVO

    I believe “Make you 2D” is meant for him to squish himself between the wall and the mirror for not helping making the other guy 3D, I guess Mr.2D got pissed.

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    • Anonymous

      I second that

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  • Not Person

    Interesting. I liked it.

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  • life

    this would be an awesome movie

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  • The person formerly known as ‘Noneya’

    Alrighty. This is now my favorite.

    @;DJ LoOna, AWW YA BEAT ME!

    @ the people who dont get ‘make you 2D. The whole thing was someone(I suspect the mirror reflection, presonally) wanting to come into our dimension and be all three dee like we are. You know, with the depth and all. The only way it could happen though would be for the narrorator to swich places, meaning be squished, interstellarly transported into a new dimension, and most probably die or live in misery trapped forever in a universe that resembles a flat geometric plane.

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  • The person formerly known as ‘Noneya’

    Also, this reminds me of that one creepy pasta located in the ‘Uncategorized’ section. The one with you reflection trying to save you, only opposite.

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  • Someone

    I wasn’t too fond of this pasta to be quite honest

    It’s just, at the end there were too many questions unanswered

    I would love to know how he was supposed to make himself 2D though

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    • robert

      That’s the scary part to me, the mystery of not knowing what that process is like. Is it painful? Doesn’t matter, because in the end he’s trapped all by himself in a void of two-dimensional space for the rest of his life

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  • NO U

    I think the point of “MAKE YOU 2D” was that the 2D being took a year and a half to figure out that to become 3D the man had to become 2D. That’s my theory anyway.

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  • Comment Leaver

    I think the MAKE YOU 2D thing was impling that he’d have tot ake the place of the person he was going to rescue.

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  • The Violet Nurse

    Y’know what? I really liked this one. It was interesting, and was a good example of how gore isn’t totally necessary to make a good pasta.

    Comment Leaver: That was my understanding as well.

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  • BonerFruit

    This pasta, I like.
    Partially because I would respond if this happened to me, and mirrors freak me out.

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  • DJ LoONa

    aaaaaw sowee the person formerly known as ‘Noneya’

    i agree with u too comment leaver…

    4 1 2 b 3D the other wud have to be 2D…perhaps it was him all along in a parallel universe of some sort…mmm

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  • DJ LoONa

    btw…i just had a cup of coffee…and i’m gonna hav another 1…there better not b n e strange notes wen i get back ><

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  • Anonymous

    hmm, a bit confusing. here’s my take – the previous apartment dweller also discovered this “MAKE YOU 2D”, did it, realized he made a huge mistake, and is now trying to get mr 3d to take his place…

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  • Fund

    And that’s why I prefer tea.

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  • ME

    wait whats with the whole coffee thing is that where he found the first note or something? oh well i guess it was good not that scary though

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  • ME

    that is totally creepy before i posted some1 had posted there name was fund or something and right as i posted their post vanished

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  • MooMoon

    im gonna do this to my freind who read creepy pasta…..whatch out it could be you,,,,,,,,,,,,

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  • Miss Betterdone

    This is one of the best ones I’ve read in a long time. Fucking scared me. Good job.

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  • ME

    okay now im pissed all negative comments are being taken off to make it seem like a great story

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  • Zombie

    Good story, glad it wasn’t the usual boring slasher, this one makes you think…

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