Creepypasta And Horror Story Plot Generator

This horror story idea generator is based loosely off of John Atkinson’s most recent Wrong Hands comic. Just click the “Scare Me Again!” button below and voilà! You have your own brand new horror movie plot.



Do you have any good ideas for horror story plots? Put it in the comments below and I’ll try and get them added to the generator.

Baby Sloth Yawning

Find The Name Of Your Inner Sloth

Ever since Kristen Bell’s emotional sloth breakdown people around the world have been discovering their inner sloth. The real sloth in you comes out when you are being super chill, or maybe sleeping. And of course that sloth in you is gonna need a name. An identity all its one. Find out what yours is.




Oh, and if you’re way behind the curve and are unsure about what a sloth actually is, this website should help you out. Loosely based on the awesome analog version created by BuzzFeeder Joel B.

Slothy McSlothersonGif via Nature Blogger

One Percenter Nickname Generator

Are you fed up? Are you tired of being part of the lowly 99%? Would you like nothing more than to simply join the ranks of the nations elite 1%? Well, the first thing you’re going to need is a good One Percenter Nickname. One that makes you recognizable as being part the noble and gentile upper-crust. You need a name that will fully distinguish you from the obsequious proletariat camping out on our streets.

Fortunately I have just the thing to get you started: The One Percenter Nickname Generator. Simply click your gender, type in your name, and get a nom de plume that will suit your stature as a rich, power-hungry one percenter. Join the ranks of the One Percent now!

Give Me My One Percenter Nickname






You Are Listenig To Denver

Listening To Denver

You Are Listenig To Denver

I made this website a while back but forgot to write anything about it. So here goes.

You Are Listening To Denver is inspired by (some might say completely ripped off from) the youarelistening.to series of websites created by Eric Eberhardt. For me, it was mostly a good, self-taught lesson in setting up APIs. The music is brought from an Ambient playlist I created on SoundCloud. The radio scanners are from Denver police, fire, and EMS scanners pulled in via RadioReference. The left speaker is Denver PD while the right speaker is Denver Fire and EMS. Smashed together the streams make for a cool (and sometimes exciting) ambient background noise.

There was a nice little write about the site in Westword back in March. This is probably why I neglected to write about it here. Anyway, let me know what you think.