CreepyPasta Meets Mary SueHoody: ...What should we do today?More Like This
Masky: I'm not sure, we can go on a killing spree.
Hoody: Masky, we did that 5 minutes ago...
Masky: Oh yeah. Well-
Jeff: I'M GOIN ON A KILLIN SPREE! BYE!
-Jeff swings the door open-
???: OMG! THERE YOU ARE MY BOYFRIEND!
Jeff: Da f-
-Masky and Hoody look up-
Masky: Is that a fangirl....?
Jeff: No, she looks different....
???: I'm Princess Bloody Midnight Rose, or Bloody Midnight, Or Midnight The Killer.
Hoody: How did you find us.....?
Bloody Midnight Rose: Oh, I lived here!
Jeff: What, no... You never lived here...
Bloody Midnight Rose: Oh I have, that is until Zalgo kidnapped me and took me to his dungeon where he kept me in for 58 years, but I'm still 16 because of a magical spell to keep me young forever. But I look like I'm 18 or 20 because I'm so mature~
Masky: Anything ELSE?
Bloody Midnight Rose: Oh, I'm glad you asked dear brother~
Masky: B-B-BROTHER!? We look NOTHING alike!
Bloody Midnight Rose: Oh I know, well it's a long story. But, my chil
Shadow and the Not So Perfect PrincessMore Like This
Shadow has a run in with a Mary Sueish fancharacter.
Since said princess--doesn't even have a set personality, because she apparently has like eight personality types from Britney and Jenette from the chipettes, to kizette from Les Miserables, to Kairi from kingdom hearts, to Bella swan from Twilight, to Wyldstyle from the Lego movie and about four other characters inbetween--so I incorporated the horrible behavior of a certain 14 year old into the princess character. I just took the inspiration i had in hand and ran with it right then and there, so just go with it. Everything I describe here, even the lame excuses, actually happened--except passing off others' art as her own; that I know of, that hasn't happened--at least not on DA.....Oh- no wait--i checked it out, claims the princess character is her own 100% "original design" and then in a comment to someone, admitted that the design came from someone else so that counts as representing someone elses art as your own.