• Monkey Face

    Man, I love this one!

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  • Maran Doll

    OH SHIT.

    Yeah, sucks for him.

    I liked this one!

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    • http://creepypasta.com Lola

      Hahaha that’s exactly what I thought, I was like OH SHIT

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  • http://www.youtube.com/user/P4INKiller P4INKiller

    Is there something I’m missing?
    Why would he possibly want to forget who he is?

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    • Anonymous

      maybe he has something to hide in his past that he prefers to stay there, given the chance to forget, he took it.

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      • christa doyle

        creepy,butcool

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    • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

      I know this story in a larger context: I’ve read it in Planescape: Torment, which is an awesome game, by the way, and its whole story revolves around an immortal amnesiac who’s trying to find out who he is and such. The story appears somewhere mid-way through the game, and at that moment everything you’ve gone through in the game has built up together in such a way that for me, the moment of reading this story was… well, strong. I laughed and got goosebumps and shed some tears, and to this day, when I read the story, or remember it, the goosebumps are back. I highly recommend the game, btw, it has much more moments like that.

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  • Royal-Sovereign

    You’ve definitely posted this before.

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  • http://www.creepypasta.com WHO WAS PHONE?

    You know, I totally thought I had, too… but I can’t seem to find it, so I guess I didn’t?

    Am I losing my mind?

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  • Xatherian

    Ah, I’ve read this before, though I’m not sure it was on this site.

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    • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

      First time I’ve read this was in Planescape: Torment and the text seems to be directly ripped out of the game, only piece of editing in there is that some “y’know?” and other “slangy” interjections (that the character who said the story in the game was using) were removed.

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  • Z

    I read this on some other creepypasta site, but not this one.

    Anyhow, I really like this. Again, it’s vague, but has a wonderful story behind it…

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  • Ben

    @5

    If you’re losing you’re mind then so are we. I’m sure I saw it here too.

    Still, it’s one of the best. I love it :D

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  • Anonymous

    Re: P4inkiller:
    He wanted to know who he was, not forget. Until of course, he found who he was and hated it or was scared by it and wished to forget it.

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  • Me

    i really like this one its great

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  • Le sheep

    Favorite one ever, it’s not creppy, but makes you think and it’s really well writen.

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    • godsband4life

      I agree. I hate creppy pastas.

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  • The Violet Nurse

    Ooh, very clever.

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  • comment leaver

    LOL funny dude

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  • Anonymous

    I liked it too but Its almost a word for word copy of something that happened in the Planescaoe campaign setting. The nameless one has that exact conversation with a witch. the onyl difference is that the witch doesnt disappear forever. she just leaves.

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    • rafael

      No, that is not right. The nameless one reads the story on a sphere, in a museum like place. It hints at the character of the story being the nameless one, but it doesnt happen. It might have happened. wow, now I want to play Torment again.

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      • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

        Not right either. The story is there multiple times. I don’t remember it in the museum (or just vaguely), but also Morte can tell the story in Brothel, when you’re exchanging stories with one of the girls there. Or she can tell the story first, or if morte is not in your party. And then Ravel tells it at some point. It’s kind of logical, as both the story and the game basically have the same central theme ;)

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    • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

      Nope, never actually “happens” in the game, there’s just about 3 places Nameless one comes across the story. See my response to rafael below ;)

      btw, the witch you meant is probably Ravel, and she certainly doesn’t just leave :-D
      Neither does the girl in Brothel.

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  • DJLoONa

    maybe he was the same old man that lost his legs and is gonna chase you with his stubs if you let him talk after midnight…=\

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  • Anonymous

    But…WHO WAS HAG?

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    • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

      Ravel Puzzlewell

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  • crimson

    i read this when it first came out on this site.

    i just realized what had happened in it at about 9:30 pm last night.

    g’damn.

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  • Reptilian Liar

    I like big circles of madness like this. Nice!

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  • shortys roc my sox

    wishes
    1. to know who i am
    2. to forget who i am
    3. to remember who i am

    ok if you were you, you would already know who you are right?

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    • Ryan

      Amnesia

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  • Latrijams

    THEN WHO WAS MAN?

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    • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

      The Nameless One

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  • i get up at mdnight to go home

    wow he must have been really bad too forget himself, in a way its kind of a sad story but very clever :D

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    • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

      I wasn’t sure, but it really seems this story, or at least in this form, is originally from Planescape: Torment. In its context, it not only makes perfect sense (and answers your concern before you even get to the part where the story is told), but fits so perfectly, and hammers the point so well that it gave me goosebumps.
      If you like clever and kind of mindfuck-y stories, I recommend playing the game, it’s chock-full of similar ones, both in the main story and the stories people in that world tell you ;)

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  • asdf-man

    very clever indeed, i like it!

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  • shortys roc my sox

    on my last wish i would wish for 3 more wishes

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  • Violet

    LOL the man got told what his second wish was, did it not occur to him to ask about his first…or would that have been a wish o_0

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    • Miroslav Hlad O’Mor Martinovič

      No, it would not have been a wish.
      And no, it did not occur to him. In the original context (which seems to be Planescape: Torment, at least for this form of the story), not asking what the first question was, is… a major point, part of the overall story.

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  • Casey

    Oh, I really like this one. Brings my imagination to life :D

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