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50+ Cursed, Funny, and Best Copypastas for Twitch and Discord

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Copypastas are blocks of text that get copied and pasted across the internet. They originate from places like Reddit, 4chan, and Twitch chat and spread through platforms like Discord. While some find copypastas annoying, others use them lightheartedly to troll or joke around.

This comprehensive guide covers over 50 of the most popular cursed, funny, and best copypastas to use on Twitch and Discord. It provides context on the origin and meaning behind each one.

What is a Copypasta?

A copypasta is a block of text that gets copied and pasted repeatedly across the internet. The term comes from the words "copy" and "paste."

Copypastas often start out as absurd, funny, or mocking posts. They then get shared rapidly, spreading to forums, social media, and chat platforms. Their viral nature leads to saturation, with the same text popping up over and over.

Some key characteristics of copypastas:

  • Originate from forums, social media posts, or chat platforms like Reddit, 4chan, and Twitch.
  • Get copied and pasted repeatedly, spreading across the internet.
  • Often are absurdist, nonsensical, ironic, or mocking in nature.
  • Are shared for purposes of trolling, joking, or just participation in an internet meme.

While some copypastas started seriously, many take on ironic meaning when reused and become inside jokes. Their repetitive nature is part of their comedic appeal.

Twitch streamers and Discord users frequently use copypastas to troll, meme, or just go along with internet culture. Spamming or flooding with copypastas can be considered poor etiquette, but lighthearted usage is common in chat.

This list covers a wide range of popular copypastas perfect for Twitch and Discord.

Cursed Copypastas

Cursed copypastas have dark, unsettling, or creepy undertones. They may reference taboo topics or seem to come from disturbed places on the internet.

Here are some of the most cursed copypastas:

When the Imposter is Sus

This copypasta comments on someone appearing untrustworthy or questionable:

When the person who pretends to be someone else in order to deceive others, especially for fraudulent gain is giving the impression that something is questionable or dishonest, causing one to have the idea or impression that they are of questionable, dishonest, or dangerous character or condition.

The text is written in an overly formal tone, adding to the unsettling nature. It implies the subject may be masquerading and up to no good.

NFT Scam Threat

This copypasta parodies aggressive NFT bros by acting unhinged about theft:

Dude I own this NFT. Do you really think you can get away with theft when you’re showing what you stole directly to my face. My lawyers will make an easy job of this case. Prepare to say goodbye to your luscious life and start preparing for the streets. I will ruin you.

It pokes fun at the attitude of some in the NFT community by pretending to threaten legal action over stealing an NFT meme. The overreaction parodies how some NFT owners respond to their art being used without payment or attribution.

Money Snek

This emoji filled copypasta tries to compel the reader to repost it using promises of money:

This πŸ‘ˆπŸ‘‰ is money snek. πŸπŸπŸ’°πŸ’° Upsnek β¬†β¬†πŸ”œπŸ”œ in 7.123 7⃣ 1⃣2⃣3⃣ snekonds 🐍🐍 or you βœ‹βœ‹ will NEVER ❌❌❌❌ get monies πŸ’°πŸ’° again Beware!! βœ‹βœ‹βŒβŒ You😏😏 don’t ❌❌ have much time!!πŸ•›πŸ•§πŸ•πŸ•œπŸ•‘πŸ•πŸ• You 😏😏 may never ❌❌get monies πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸπŸ’°πŸ’° again!!

The promise of money and threat of never getting money again prey on the reader‘s greed and gullibility. Its ominous tone makes it seem like a dangerous proposition.

Cockroach Roleplay

This copypasta mimics a hissing cockroach through roleplay:

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The cockroach emojis and repetition of random characters give the sense of an insect hissing and scuttling around. It‘s an unnerving image that can freak out anyone with a phobia of roaches.

Rat Invasion Roleplay

The rat invasion copypasta floods chat with images of rats swarming:

RATS RATS WE ARE THE RATS WE PRAY AT NIGHT WE STALK AT NIGHT WE ARE THE RATS

Spamming this creates a visceral visual of being overwhelmed by rodents. The sense of invasion makes it uncomfortable and skin-crawling.

These cursed copypastas range from surreal to threatening. Their unsettling nature makes them perfect for creeping out chat or catching someone off guard. Use them sparingly to maximize their shock value.

Funny Copypastas

Funny copypastas aim to be lighthearted, humorous, and make people laugh. They poke fun at online culture or mimic relatable experiences through absurdity.

Here are some of the most popular funny copypastas:

High IQ Rick and Morty

This copypasta mocks how Rick and Morty fans describe the show as extremely intellectual:

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humour is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer‘s head…

It satirizes the elitist attitude that someone needs high intelligence to appreciate the show‘s humor. The over explanation parodying fans‘ self-professed genius makes this a funny call out.

No Snapchat

This short copypasta humorously declines Snapchat in an exaggerated way:

I πŸ‘† don’t πŸ™…β€β™‚οΈ want your snapchat πŸ‘» I want πŸ‘… πŸ’¦ you 😍 to snap πŸ™‡β€β™‚οΈ my neck πŸ’€πŸ€ πŸ‘Œ

The escalation from turning down a social media request to asking for murder is absurd. The tonal whiplash makes this darkly funny.

Chungus

This copypasta pokes fun at the Big Chungus meme:

Me, I’m a big Chungus as you can see. Yeah, I’m in the band, uh, I play the trumpet. Yeah and maybe a little bit of trombone, y’know? If I’m feeling it, yeah? Do you go on Reddit? Do you like Rick and Morty? Me too!

The awkward boasting about being a Big Chungus and predictable taste makes this a funny satire of an oblivious meme lord.

Unwanted Grammarly Ad

This copypasta parodies repetitive Grammarly ads:

Writing’s not easy. That’s why Grammarly can help. This sentence is grammatically correct, but it’s wordy, and hard to read. It undermines the writer’s message and the word choice is bland. Grammarly’s cutting edge technology helps you craft compelling, understandable writing that makes an impact on your reader. Much better. Are you ready to give it a try? Installation is simple and free. Visit Grammarly.com today!

The perfect grammar and robotic tone mimic the formulaic nature of the ads. The spontaneity of inserting an ad copypasta satirizes brand saturation.

Baka Weeb

This copypasta makes fun of weebs who wrongly use Japanese:

Like the word ばか that means idiot in japanese, but the wannabe Japanese idiots will always try to type those words in the romaji, they type β€œbaka”. I hate it when people do that, stop trying to talk japanese if you don’t even know it.

It calls out problematic behavior in a mocking tone by exaggerating frustration with weebs failing at Japanese. The overreaction pokes fun at gatekeeping.

Funny copypastas rely on irony, satire, and absurdity. Lighthearted usage can give chat a good laugh. Just be cautious of taking things too far or resorting to offensive humor.

Best Copypastas

Best copypastas are universally popular, widespread memes. These classics encapsulate internet culture and are good go-to options.

Here are some of the best all-around copypastas:

This intimidating copypasta threatens elaborate violence:

What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills…

It continues describing battlefield experience and threatens extreme harm. This iconic copypasta is aggressively absurd while being packed with vivid details.

Who Asked / No One Cared

This copypasta dismissively responds that no one asked the question:

ɴᴏᴑ α΄˜ΚŸα΄€ΚΙͺΙ΄Ι’: Who asked (Feat: No one) ───────────βšͺ────── ◄◄⠀▐▐ β €β–Ίβ–Ί 5:12/ 7:56 ───○ πŸ”Šβ € HD βš™οΈ

The bot aesthetic and blunt rejection make this a snarky put-down. It‘s a popular way to dismiss unwanted messages or opinions.

I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter

This copypasta mocks gender identity by comparing it to identifying as an attack helicopter:

I sexually identify as an attack helicopter. People say to me that a person being a helicopter is impossible and I’m mentally ill, but I don’t care. I’m beautiful. I’m having a plastic surgeon install rotary blades, 30 mm cannons, and AMG-114 Hellfire missiles on my body. From now on I want you guys to call me β€œApache” and respect my right to kill from above.

While controversial in its mocking tone, this copypasta is arguably one of the most well-known. It spreaded rapidly across 4chan and Reddit.

Thanos Car

This simple copypasta combines Thanos from Marvel with a car:

Thanos Car

It originated on Reddit in a thread titled "Thanos Car." Despite no body text beyond the name, its absurdity and simplicity made it widely used.

Upside Down Meme

The upside down meme copypasta flips the text upside down:

Ι₯sᴉlΖƒuƎ Κ‡noqɐ uǝɯɯoΙ” ɐʇᴉnb ΙΉoɟ sʞuɐΙ₯Κ‡

Viewers have to turn their head or device upside down to read it. The disorientation makes this a fun, engaging copypasta.

These top copypastas represent the most prevalent memes in online culture. Familiarity and wide use make them safe, reliable options.

Twitch Copypastas

Twitch has its own culture of emotes, memes, and injokes. These copypastas originate from or reference Twitch culture.

This copypasta parodies obsessive stans threatening legal action:

Please DO NOT buy the Dream hoodie if you don‘t stan him. You‘re preventing actual Dream fans who have been waiting for months from having the hoodie experience. Buying the hoodie and not understanding its significance is literally merchandise appropriation and it‘s not okay.

It mocks entitled behavior in fan communities by pretending to take merchandise ownership extremely seriously. The absurd gatekeeping satirizes stan culture.

Advice for Streamers

This helpful copypasta gives streamers sarcastic advice:

Hello future pros, here’s another tip for y’all out there. You can hide Twitch chat for an instant increase in IQ and for a better viewing experience! Good luck and have fun!

The tone of a wise mentor contrasted with the silly advice pokes fun at condescending gaming tips. Short copypastas with fake advice are common Twitch jokes.

Sneeze Roleplay

This copypasta spams sneeze emojis for an awkwardly long time:

Hang on guys, I need to sneeze😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😳🀧 scuse me.*

Excessive emoji spam creating an awkward moment of roleplay is a classic Twitch chat tactic to troll streamers. The length piles on the discomfort.

Touch Grass

This copypasta tells someone to touch grass/go outside:

You’ve been grinding for hours. The bags under your eyes are heavier than ever before. Red lines course through those same eyes like crimson rivers. Your hair is unkempt, your hygiene more questionable by the minute. When’s the last time you showered, my guy? Go outside and touch some grass. I promise, the game will still be there when you get back.

The vivid description of poor hygiene and over-grinding humorously advises taking a break. It pokes fun at hardcore gamers and their hermit lifestyles.

TSM Joke

This copypasta mocks the TSM esports team:

TSM aka β€œTruly Somewhat Mediocre” is a North American team that consistently underperforms in all international tournaments. It is specifically known for having a weak early, mid, and late-game.

Making fun of TSM‘s lackluster international performances is a long-running Twitch meme. Variations mocking the team‘s shortcomings are common.

Twitch copypastas allow participating in the platform‘s distinct culture. When used lightheartedly, they can enhance the chat experience.

Conclusion

Copypastas allow sharing universal in-jokes across the internet. While they can be disruptive in excess, lighthearted usage gives chat some beneficial humor.

Cursed copypastas work best for disturbing or catching someone off guard. Funny copypastas take a more ironic, satirical angle. The classics represent the most widespread memes. And Twitch copypastas reference platform-specific culture.

This guide covered over 50 of the top options for Twitch and Discord. However, new copypastas emerge constantly. The absurdist nature of the internet will likely keep the trend going as long as people can copy/paste text.

When used judiciously, copypastas can provide some laughs. Just be conscious of taking them too far or crossing lines. Like any meme, moderation and reading the room is key.

Ultimately, copypastas allow participing in the crowdsourced world of online humor. They represent an evolving form of internet comedy that connects platforms. For streamers and chatters who don‘t take things too seriously, copypastas offer a fun way to geek out over meme culture.

AlexisKestler

Written by Alexis Kestler

A female web designer and programmer - Now is a 36-year IT professional with over 15 years of experience living in NorCal. I enjoy keeping my feet wet in the world of technology through reading, working, and researching topics that pique my interest.