David Wong

David Wong first appeared on the scene in 1999, publishing a website full of his, uh, unique and mostly unsettling work at the appropriately named PointlessWasteOfTime.com.

In 2007 he became the Editor of Cracked.com. Before the novel John Dies at the End came along, he was most famous for writing an essay called Inside the Monkeysphere.

Other stuff of his people have found worth reading:

5 Scientific Reasons A Zombie Apocalypse Could Actually Happen

6 Brainwashing Techniques They’re Using On You Right Now

10 Ways Online Gaming Will Change the Future

7 Reasons the 21st Century is Making You Miserable

5 Things You Think Will Make You Happy, But Won’t

10 Things Christians and Atheists Can Agree On.

The Next 25 Years of Video Games

A list of David’s other articles can be found here.

It is rumored that “David Wong” is just a pseudonym for Illinois native Jason Pargin. This has never been confirmed, mainly due to a complete lack of curiosity on the subject by the public as a whole.

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