Top Ten Worst Things About the Creepypasta Jeff the Killer

Unpopular opinion here! In my opinion, Jeff sucks. I am going to be attacked by a lot of fangirls and fanboys, but here's the list.
The Top Ten
1 The Story Has No Emotion

I literally felt nothing for any of the charecters, even when Jeff was being hurt, I still didn't think much, he wasn't feeling any pain demonstrated in the story.

I happen to be in love with Jeff the Killer.

Ticci toby's story actually made me feel sad can't say the same for JTK though.

Overrated in my opinion

2 Unrealistic

I know it's a fantasy story, but 3 kids in the suburbs walk down the street and decide to pull out some guns and knives and pick a fight? If the story took place in a city, it would make sense, but this is just stupid. Also, at the second fight adults were around. Why didn't any of them try to stop it, or call the cops? And how exactly did Jeff burn his eyelids only, not there rest of his body? And cut off his lips with no blood?

Jeff got set on fire and looked white. That does not make logical sense

3 It's Overrated

Words alone can't explain how overrated he is. Not even scary in a slightest bit! Other Creepypastas like Eyeless Jack, BEN Drowned, Laughing Jack, Slenderman, 1999, etc deserves Jeff's spotlight because they're more well-written, more realistic, and scarier (even though they're not too scary, at least they're scaruer than Jeff)

Terribly, a story about a bunch of kids with no emotions that are pretty much phsycopaths already, then they fight amongst themselves, one kid decides to burn his eyelids off and cut his lips off and then go kill someone. The End.

It's not even that good. It's just scary because of the picture and even then it's more funny than scary.

4 No Character Development

Jeff has no motivation to snap, he just flat out snaps because he wants to be a Joker ripoff. Also the other characters have no motivation either. BASIC WRITING 101: Make your characters actually have a motivation to do something. If you don't then it comes off as lazy and that you're not even trying at all.

It's ok to have the main charecter a villain, but at LEAST make him interesting. Can anyone explain Jeff's personality? (Before he became a psychopath) before Jeff's fall to insanity, he was one dimensional and it's hard to explain him to someone. His brother was pretty one dimensional, although going to jail for his brother was his only development. Every other charecter was very flat, and cliché. Like the stereotypical boy gang (leader, skinny guy, fat guy)

5 The Fans

I'm sorry, but somebody has to address the elephant in the room. The fangirls turn him into an emotional, lovey-dovey angel with abs who would fall in love with some random girl. I mean, have you SEEN the Jeff The Killer x Reader stories? They're bloody awful! It's like he goes "Hey you're cute, wanna make out? ' The real Jeff would kill you without an inch of remorse. So to fangirls everywhere: Get you're head out of your *ss, and realize that even if he was real, HE WOULDN'T CARE ABOUT YOU!

If you're going to love a psychopath, love Stephen from DanPlan.

So Ima crazy werewolf huh m8?

Fans = cancers

6 The Fanfiction Makes It Worse

A typical Jeff fanfiction works:
1. Draw Jeff, except make him smile with bright eyes, and try to make him hot as possible and nothing like he would look in real life
2. Add in a completely irrelevant character
3. Draw her poorly
4. Have them locked up in a room together
5. Make them have sex after 2 minutes of knowing each other
6. After having a one night stand, Jeff gets emotional and leaves her for her protection (as if phsycopaths act like that)
7. The girl cries
The. End.

7 Forced Dialogue

Everything seemed forced and formal, like Jeff's dad calling him "son" in the 21st century? And kids using "illuminated" or "ominous" what?

8 The Title Is Bad

Ok, you may think this is a dumb reason to hate a story, but it's a huge spoiler alert! It shows someone is going to be a killer, and makes Jeff's fall to insanity less suspenseful. A better title would be: "Go to Sleep".

My names jeff

9 The Original Photo of Him Allegedly Came from a Girl Who Committed Suicide

Really!? That's messed up that they used a photo of a girl that killed herself for a serial killer

Wow this got worse

10 The Beginning

It is very misleading, I thought it would be some sort of murder mystery, or police files. But turns out the only thing it did was spoil the story and be pretty pointless. If the boy was giving details, police investigating, and eventually Jeff's story unfolds that would be better.

It has bulling in it

Was a great start

The Contenders
11 The Endless "Does Jeff Like You?" "How Does Jeff Feel About You?" Quizzes

Jeff is a psychopath! He thinks nothing of you, or anybody else. He's a psychopath! What is so attractive to female fans about a psychopath who goes around with a permanent smile and burned-off eyelids that likes to kill people ATTRACTIVE? Out of curiosity I took one of those quizzes and it came out as "He Loves you" and I'm like, what? And it turns out we have sex. Phsycopaths can't feel love for someone, (especially after, like, 5 interactions) and then want to have sex with you because he loves you and not lusty things.

12 He Is a Copy of The Joker

He scares the crap of me

I thought it was a oval shaped white cheese with paper eyes and black string hair

13 Portrays Psychopathy Unrealistically
14 He is a Kuchisake-Onna wannabe
15 It's Cliche
16 It’s Inappropriate
17 The Popular Story Isn't as Good as the Original Story
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