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A horror story on FictionPress and was on the e-zine The House of Pain, it's a slash fanfiction writer's nightmare as the author who wrote it took a very hard swipe at those who lift copyrighted properties and rule34 them. Fandom Weirdness addresses real person fiction as he does the form at his own expense as he treats the style like writing creative nonfiction. The story was a forerunner to creepypasta as it's one that it was a little more toned down from his true crime outing as he kept the swearing to a minimum in the first introduction. The writers who found it on The House of Pain noticed it came from an angle that was very much unexplored for a writer yet to be published in print as it sparked controversial responses. It's coined House of Pain's most controversial dark horse. The LGBT community are the ones who want to spear him the most as comments suggesting he needs to be the bottom of anal with no Vaseline.

Slash writers would pull the snacky's law retort as they would bully the author first when they would try to make fandoms from his original content. It's noted for the quote from R. L. Stine. He also introduced the Chick Tracts to the horror lexicon as he when he was 18 had passed them out until he enrolled in college and examined the movement with his blog where he at great length pointed out their fallacy. He used strong language in the blog entry as he did with his cult horror output as he got a following as high up as Huffington Weird.
slash fanfiction writer: did you read that horror story?
other fangirl: what one is that?
The Bara fanboy: Are you two talking about The Fandom Writer?
Slash fangirl: The fucker drew 43 reviews from torqued fan fiction writers.
All of them: oh shit he's borrowing from pundits as he's also a Conservative
fanfic lesbian: Shit he's the same writer who introduced an alleged true crime yarn in the vein of Edgar Allan Poe. This freaked out the community that was Goth Community on LiveJournal as he was noted for having his diary-x journal linked back as the maintainer.

Gossip blogger: I looked into the case, he wasn't making it up as the local newspaper the true crime yarn originated reported on it from 1993-1994. The insight he gave played into the articles themselves as the lines from Cabbie mirror the article. Though he hasn't seen it in years as he wrote this entirely from memory and cited the high school paper as they had a piece on the subjects.

Fandom_wank: let's troll this one and violate his copyrights. He's published and a public figure. We'll cite Encyclopedia Dramatica and ljdrama as our journalistic sources. In 2004 -- LiveJournal user fallofrain decided to take a shit on the story on a community called Marysues. It's safe to say the slash community was torqued because of the implied faggot jokes in the story.
by illinoishorrorman May 05, 2018
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A horror story on FictionPress and was on the e-zine The House of Pain, it's a slash fanfiction writer's nightmare as the author who wrote it took a very hard swipe at those who lift copyrighted properties and rule34 them. Fandom Weirdness addresses real person fiction as he does the form at his own expense as he treats the style like writing creative nonfiction. The story was a forerunner to creepypasta as it's one that it was a little more toned down from his true crime outing as he kept the swearing to a minimum in the first introduction. The writers who found it on The House of Pain noticed it came from an angle that was very much unexplored for a writer yet to be published in print as it sparked controversial responses. It's coined House of Pain's most controversial dark horse. The LGBT community are the ones who want to spear him the most as comments suggesting he needs to be the bottom of anal with no Vaseline.

Slash writers would pull the snacky's law retort as they would bully the author first when they would try to make fandoms from his original content. It's noted for the quote from R. L. Stine. He also introduced the Chick Tracts to the horror lexicon as he when he was 18 had passed them out until he enrolled in college and examined the movement with his blog where he at great length pointed out their fallacy. He used strong language in the blog entry as he did with his cult horror output as he got a following as high up as Huffington Weird.
slash fanfiction writer: did you read that horror story?
other fangirl: what one is that?
The Bara fanboy: Are you two talking about The Fandom Writer?
Slash fangirl: The fucker drew 43 reviews from torqued fan fiction writers.
All of them: oh shit he's borrowing from pundits as he's also a Conservative
fanfic lesbian: Shit he's the same writer who introduced an alleged true crime yarn in the vein of Edgar Allan Poe. Fuck this one has a sting as the horror e-zine going back as far as 1994 picked this up. That's it, he's got our number, talk about getting pwned.

Gossip blogger: I looked into the case, he wasn't making it up as the local newspaper the true crime yarn originated reported on it from 1993-1994. The insight he gave played into the articles themselves as the lines from Cabbie mirror the article. Though he hasn't seen it in years as he wrote this entirely from memory and cited the high school paper as they had a piece on the subjects.

Fandom_wank: let's troll this one and violate his copyrights. He's published and a public figure. We'll cite Encyclopedia Dramatica and ljdrama as our journalistic sources.
by illinoishorrorman May 03, 2018
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