I guess I was just thinking of the effects of a bad fanfic, then. Plus the fact that there's dispensers of Bleeprin everywhere and a Bleeprin version of everything? My idea is that it probably would make sense that some nameless, faceless NPC has a Bleep addiction, it's just that the PPCers themselves seem to steer clear of making their agents Bleep addicted due to the fact that drug addictions are a serious topic and easily trivialized or turned into offensive humor. (Which I respect completely.)
About the agent: Yes, I do know that. (For once I know something. Take that, everyone! Haha!) If I join, I'm the PPCer, not the agent. The agent is the character I create for missions. However, my characters-that-were-going-to-be-agents are somewhat based on me, much like many folks' agents are (probably because it's really hard not to want to directly feel the satisfaction of killing off a badfic, instead of having to distance yourself from the character and not feel quite as strong.)
I'm guessing that what suggested that idea to you was that I mention how "I can't really join" and stuff? Yeah. I can't be a PPCer, or at the very least, since you say that being active makes you a PPCer, I'll have to be a secret one. I just can't let them know that I'm here. All because killing fanfic hurts authors' precious little feelings. (Even though bad fanfic hurts feelings too - ahem: trivialization, blatantly discriminatory authors, and tragic backstories done horribly wrong.) So yeah. Have I explained everything enough?
I mean, it even says on the Wiki that nobody has a Bleep addiction as far as we've seen. Also... just to clarify, but you know it's not you joining as an agent, right? Because some of your messages... more
I am smart person. twistedwindowpane (Twistey),Wed Apr 12 5:10pm
I'm pretty sure I have yet to see an outright Bleep addiction, though there certainly are overdose effects (mainly to do with memory issues, IIRC). Also, now I've started thinking about the Bleep... more
Oh gosh, more Bleep stuff... Everybody seems to have a thing for that thing... (After thinking about Ketcheep for a while, I suddenly thought it sounded like a... weird ship... I'll spare you.) Okay, ... more