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The Pregnancy

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Since before I could remember, I’ve wanted to be a mother. It seemed my whole childhood and teenager years were spent yearning for a child of my own. By the time I was nine, I had names–and color schemes for the nursery–picked out. All I needed was someone to make them with. But college was disappointing. I went through a whole string of bad boyfriends and bad father material. Getting on with my career didn’t seem to help much. I realized, though–when I was twenty-seven, and there were no suitable prospects on the line–that, technically, I did not need a man to have a
child with. Just a very particular product of his. I found a sperm donor bank, chose the best prospect they had, got out my turkey baster and… well… hoped for the best.

I was overjoyed when my first pregnancy test came out positive. My doctor was surprised to see me coming in sooner than he’d expected. Before I was four weeks along, I had the nursery painted, and the furniture set up. Toys and diapers, bottles and books, bibs and coveralls. I had everything a new mother would need.

I couldn’t explain all the weight I was losing. I kept getting thinner–everything except for my belly. My friends all joked that it had to be at least twins. Or the biggest baby they’d ever seen.


I got weary of the kicking somewhere in the third trimester. And the scratching.


Just one more week until my due date.


I just wish it would stop gnawing.

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98 thoughts on “The Pregnancy”

  1. I actuallly liked it you big meanies. They tried their best at least they had the guts to actually post this!

  2. ForeverMyMaster

    My one reaction was


    yes. I said dafuq. Not The Fuck. Dafuq. You may make fun of me now.

  3. This was such a blatant Rosemary’s Baby rip-off. Now, that isn’t instantly damning (Rosemary’s Baby was awesome), but there should be some new twist or structure that engages the reader. Otherwise, it’s just like a tired meme. You know, like Who was Phone or Candlejack. Oh shit, he’s here.

  4. Don't ask me that

    This story really was something.I just wanna know one thing:Who is the demon that shot his nut juice into a cup?! Like…really?! You know you’re a demon, yet you masturbate to help get a woman pregnant with your demon offspring.

    I would’ve been like “I had an abortion! I didn’t wanna have another one of your sons!” If you get where that’s from, you’re more epic than I am. :)

  5. Ones like these really chill my bones. They seem almost completely normal until the very last sentence. Although the mother seemed completely oblivious to the demon growing inside her. Which although unrealistic doesnt effect the story, and its also a creepypasta, so realism is kinda not needed. 7.8-10

    1. No no, She realized that it was a demon baby, but she was too obsessed with the fact that she was having a baby and ignored it. Basically, she was too in love with the idea of having a kid to realize that it was some kind of monster.

  6. I don’t know about you but this sounds really painfull. I think having to push a monster baby through your vagina. I hope she gets a c section…… and soon.

    1. And then what? It’s way too late for an abortion.
      Oh, and I’m nine weeks along…I hope my baby isn’t something out of Stephen King. :\

  7. I think that this pasta really needed more research. Although obviously no screening process is perfect, I find it hard to believe that a sperm bank would allow material in that wasn’t even human. Beyond that, there’s also the issue of the fact that in-vitro fertilization is obviously a much more complicated procedure than what the story depicts here.

    Outside of that, the protagonist is apparently going to a doctor, so why doesn’t he notice anything unusual about her weight loss, or recommend an ultrasound? The possibility of excess amniotic fluid would cross any practitioner’s mind, given that the main character’s stomach is swelling so significantly.

    Overall, unnerving idea, but the execution has too many plot holes.

  8. That’s why I do not want to be pregnant. Oh, there’s also the fact that I’m a man. A straight man. That isn’t Arnold Schwazenegger

  9. Turkey-baster line aside (I mean, really?), I quite enjoyed this pasta. Even though you could see where it was going early on, I thought it brought a nice little twist to the “demon offspring” trope. I see the narrator as a sort of stepford perfect woman, the kind to try to out do Martha Stewart, so obsessed with having a child she doesn’t notice it’s a monster. I could imagine the last line being sighed by a pregnant woman with an air of resignation. I think this story has been underrated.

  10. Orphan, Case 39, there are plenty of adoption-gone-wrong movies and stories… kids are killers too, once they realize the difference between fantasy and reality, and choose to kill people. They’re capable.

  11. poisoned echoes

    The idea that pregnant women in general scare the crap outta me.. and then..this…
    No.. It didn’t scare me or anything.
    Just the fact that the only thing I fear are pregnant women.
    ._. Just.. Just no..

    1. ‘Exactly’? No, it’s not. Like… at all. I’m not trying to make fun of or talk down to anybody, honestly, but other than the presence of a pregnant woman, it’s just *not* ‘exactly the plot of the book/movie.’ Just… not at all! She didn’t use a sperm donor, she was married, and even though she ostensibly had sex with Satan, you still can’t call Him a donor, especially when He had the approval of her husband. She didn’t feel anything gnawing or scratching, just a sharp, constant pain in her abdomen that took a month to stop. She didn’t lose much weight while pregnant, instead she ‘looked pale and sickly’ to her friends, and her belly didn’t show very much at all. She went to her baby doctor all the time. There is no mention in this CP of Satan, Catholicism, paganism, old hotels, previous deaths, or satanic covens, elderly or not.

  12. Why is there a Twilight fanfiction on creepypasta?

    …. LOLno, I kid. This was freakish.


    Also, @ Holder, that comment made me giggle like a ‘tard.

    “What, did this “sperm bank” just hand over a big, sloppy paint can full of semen for her to take home?

    Here’s your gallon of sperm, have at it!”

  13. lol, i can picture the alien walking out of one of the rooms at the sperm bank with his little jar of green spoof, hands it to the receptionist and she says ‘ your going to make someone a really happy mommy’………………..

  14. Holder of the Penis

    Turkey baster? What, did this “sperm bank” just hand over a big, sloppy paint can full of semen for her to take home?

    Here’s your gallon of sperm, have at it!

    Beats a siphon hose, I suppose.

  15. LOL. I think can here a “Maury, Maury, Maury!” in this woman’s future.


  16. @ shortys
    i’m a girl love [why would i be a pregnant boy?!] and…no…i’m not even sure i’m pregnant O_o
    but thanks for that…i’m all scared now!

  17. *To Foolish* Ahahahhahaaa!!! That’s what I though of, too! “Oh, noes! she ate the chocolate mousse!” The old naked Satanists creeped me out, too friend. Wait….would that mean that Satan is a sperm donor? HAWT.

  18. I like this one mucho. Just the right amount of creepy. Reminds me of a sort of cannibalistic Rosemary’s Baby, except without the naked elderly satanists.

  19. @ I WAS PHONE … If creepy pastas have to be possible for you to enjoy them, you really are going to have a lot of issues finding this site enjoyable. And, if you do find any of the monster, ghost or alien ones ‘possible’, I suggest you get yourself to a therapist, and what quick.

    1. The last time I said FALCON PUNCH, I was in my kitchen playing Mario 3d land. I was running around punching and yelling that out. My mom walked in and thought I said Fu***** Punch!

  20. In any real life situation, I would suggest she got an ultrasound. Mostly because, even if it isn’t a monster in her uterus, she could be suffering from something much worse, and if it doesn’t get diagnosed, she could have a medical emergency on her hands.

    Otherwise, she’s got a big, healthy baby/monster on her schedule for next week.

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