This is a proven true story. Its how Peppa Pig actually came to be based on a suicide case. Yep, you read it right. A suicide case. Well, have fun, I guess. There once was a little girl named Peppa, who lived in the north part of Oregon. Her parents wanted a boy, so they refused to love her. She would nearly starve to death once every week, and only get fed leftovers that the dog didnt want. She was kept in the basement for most of her life, with nothing. Not even her little brother was allowed to see her. He snuck into the basement one night to give her his dinner because he felt bad, but was murdered and buried by the parents soon after. Peppa was never allowed to go to school, or even step a foot outside the basement. Her father got drunk nearly every night, and almost beat her to death multiple times. One night, her mother said she was so tired of seeing her ugly face, so she bought Peppa the only thing she ever received. A pig mask. Peppa was forced to wear this mask every night. It was covered in her own blood, sweat, and tears. Peppa was sick of it. Her parents had murdered the only person who had ever loved her. One night, Peppa snuck out of the basement and got a knife out of the cabinet drawer. She was found dead in the living room soon after, still wearing the old pig mask. After twelve years, she finally snapped. The parents were sentenced to life in jail for child abuse and murder. This is the origin of Peppa Pig Abuse is a real thing. Life isn't a cartoon, and real children dont bounce back. Its not just child abuse either. There is animal abuse. Some husbands abuse their wives. Some wives abuse their husbands. This is the sad reality of the world we live in. I really felt like I had to put this message in here. Sorry if I made this story less scary, but this is really important to me.

Story is told by Skullkid07

Egyptgachacat


I feel bad for Peppa even though I still like da Peppa pig memes

Hunter Bates


Do what's best for you man, and what you feel is the best thing you can put out there! That's where all great writers start!