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This week’s CreepyPodsta: The Creepypasta Podcast is just a nice tale about a normal man who does a dance that is not scary. Everything is fine!

ALSO I LAUNCHED A PATREON: PATREON.COM/JEFFJK

Theme music is by dAmbient and can be found here

This story was We Danced

Jessie is the host of Turn To Page, a show where he reads chooseable-path children’s novellas!

Megan is on there sometimes too!

If you want to be prepped for future episodes, go ahead and read up on PenPalHachishakusamaBorrasca, Anansi’s Goatman StoryThe Slender Ṁ̸̨̛͉͎̞͔̙̘̱͕̠̜̙̟̫̗̲̠̅̉͆̊̑͋́̿͋̈́̾͂̕̕͜͝͠a̶̧̡̢̨̧̭͔̻̟̳̼̺̭̮̥͙̋͆̒̓̓̉̓̄͗̓̈́͊̀͐́͘̕͜͠ͅn̵̳̦͉̬̜̭͙̬̹͔͓͉̜̼̙̔͑̂̿̓̌̈͆́̎͛͒͌͋̚̚̚̕͜͜ͅ a̧͈̠̣͇͕̱̣̞͊̓̏̇͐̎̽͟͝͝͝ṇ̞͎̘̦̪̣͌͂̉̐́̃͋̾ḡ̡̖̩̲̖̟̩͑̂̌̐̋̌e̸̢̢̡̲͕͚̔́̏̀͟͠ͅȑ̸̢͉̫̺͚͛̍̉͗̽̎̋̒

This week’s CreepyPodsta: The Creepypasta Podcast is all about smiles and dancing. Nothing scary at all, just a nice man doing a big smile and a funny dance.

ALSO I LAUNCHED A PATREON: PATREON.COM/JEFFJK

Theme music is by dAmbient and can be found here

This story was The Smiling Man

Jessie is the host of Turn To Page, a show where he reads chooseable-path children’s novellas!

Megan is on there sometimes too!

If you want to be prepped for future episodes, go ahead and read up on PenPal,  We DancedHachishakusamaBorrasca, Anansi’s Goatman StoryThe Slender Ṁ̸̨̛͉͎̞͔̙̘̱͕̠̜̙̟̫̗̲̠̅̉͆̊̑͋́̿͋̈́̾͂̕̕͜͝͠a̶̧̡̢̨̧̭͔̻̟̳̼̺̭̮̥͙̋͆̒̓̓̉̓̄͗̓̈́͊̀͐́͘̕͜͠ͅn̵̳̦͉̬̜̭͙̬̹͔͓͉̜̼̙̔͑̂̿̓̌̈͆́̎͛͒͌͋̚̚̚̕͜͜ͅd̛͓͚̟̦̝̼̖͛͋͗͗͌͆̑͌̇͢͜a̧͈̠̣͇͕̱̣̞͊̓̏̇͐̎̽͟͝͝͝ṇ̞͎̘̦̪̣͌͂̉̐́̃͋̾ḡ̡̖̩̲̖̟̩͑̂̌̐̋̌e̸̢̢̡̲͕͚̔́̏̀͟͠ͅȑ̸̢͉̫̺͚͛̍̉͗̽̎̋̒

We finally get into one of the dreaded atheism subreddits here on Seeing Red(dit), but it’s not that bad. Lots of talk about Wario, Pokémon, and real deep philosophical shit. Get into it, y’all.

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