FNAF x Reader oneshots
- Human! Freddy x Reader
- Human! Foxy x Reader
- Human! Bonnie x Reader
- Human! Puppet x Reader
- Mike Schmidt x Reader
- Animatronic! Toy Chica x Autistic! Male! Reader
- Human! Child! Balloon Boy x Child! Reader
- Human! Chica x Reader
- Jeremy x Reader ~Lemon~
- Christmas special
- Human! Golden Freddy x Reader
- Withered! Bonnie x Frightened! Female! Reader
- Phone Guy x Reader
- Human! Mangle x Shy! Reader
- High School! Toy Chica x Male! Child! Reader
- Purple Guy (William Afton) x Reader
- Jeremy x Reader
- Female! Foxy x Autistic! Male! Reader
- William Afton x Reader ~Lemon~
- Mangle x Shy! Reader
- Rockstar Freddy x Reader ~Lemon~
- Animatronic! Freddy x Female! Reader
- Animatronic! Rockstar Bonnie x Female! Reader
- Marionette x Reader
Purple Guy x Ghost! Child! Reader
- Golden Freddy x Reader [Part 1/2]
- Golden Freddy x Reader [Part 2/2]
- Animatronic! Foxy x Reader
- Animatronic! Bonnie x Reader
- Rockstar Foxy x Reader
- Mike Schmidt x Autistic! Reader
- Withered! Bonnie x Frightened! Reader (Part 2????)(A/n)
- Withered! Bonnie x Frightened! Reader (Part 2)
- Elizabeth Afton x Female! Reader
- William Afton x Male! Reader ~Lemon~
- Scott(Phone Guy) x Jeremy's Sister! Reader
- Fredbear x Reader !Fluff!
- Vanny x Reader x Glitchtrap
- Lefty x Reader x Helpy
- Funtime Freddy x Reader x Circus Baby
- 5 Funtime Foxy x Reader
- Yandere! Freddy x Reader
- Female! Mangle x Emotionless! Male! Reader
- Toy Bonnie x Reader
- Michael Afton x Female! Reader
- Charlie Afton x Reader
- Orville x Reader
- Purple Guy x Autistic! Teen! Reader
- Chris Afton x Flirty! Reader x Micheal Afton
- Endo 02 x Reader
- Nedd Bear x Reader
- Toy Bonnie x Nightmare Balloon Boy ~Lemon~
- Lefty x Reader x Glitchtrap
- Vanny x Reader x Glitchtrap (Part 2)
- Ballora x Male! Reader
- Female! Puppet x Male! Reader
- (Crying Child) Chris Afton x Reader
- Golden Freddy x Reader x Puppet (Female)
- Boy! Chica X Oblivious! Reader
- Girl! Bonnie x Sassy! Reader
- Elizabeth Afton x Male! Reader
- Human!Lefty x Shy!Abused!Suicidal!Depressed!Teen!Reader !Lemon!
- Chris Afton x Reader !Lemon!
- Lefty x Shy! Abused! Suicidal! Depressed! Reader
- Funtime Freddy x Animatronic! Reader
- Ballora X Female! Reader
- Circus Baby x Female! Reader
- Withered Bonnie x Female! Emotional! Reader !Lemon!
- Withered Bonnie x Female! Shy! Reader
- Ennard x Female! Reader !Lemon!
- Nightmare Chica x Female! Reader !Lemon!
- Withered Bonnie x Frightened! Reader (Part 3)
- Toy Bonnie x Female! Reader !Fluff!
- Vanny x Reader x Glitchtrap (Part 2/3) !Lemon!
- Michael Afton x Female! Reader (Part 2)
- Charlie Afton x Reader (Part 2)
- Purple Guy x Autistic! Teen! Reader (Part 2)
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This is my first oneshot book and don't really know how these thing work. But I'll try my best. I will be doing requests. (Requests are now closed and I will be finishing up the drafts I have)
# bonnie # bonniethebunny # bonniexreader # chica # chicathechicken # chinaxreader # fivenightsatfreddys # fnaf # fnaffanfic # foxy # foxythepirate # foxyxreader # freddy # freddyfazbear # freddyfazbearxreader # mangle # manglexreader # marioneteexreader # marionette # puppet # puppetxreader # purpleguy # purpleguyxreader
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(Just... I love the gif so much XD)
I was dancing and singing with the animatronics with the other kids.
A man dressed in purple that had purple hair walked up to me.
"Heya Kid." he says.
"Hello sir!" I say.
"Who's your favorite animatronic?" he asks with a smile.
"I like f/a." I say with a bright smile.
"Well I can take you to meet f/a." the man says.
"Really?!" I say excited.
"Just follow me kid." he says.
"Okay sir!" I say and we begin walking to the back.
He opens a door to the back room and we walk in.
I look around as he closes the door.
"I don't see f/a in here." I say.
I hear nothing and then I feel a sharp pain as everything goes black.
~A few years later~
I was sitting in the hall as that awful man in purple came walking by.
I curl myself up and hope he doesn't notice me.
He stops right in front of me.
"Go away." I say not looking at him.
"Y/n.... Please just talk to me." he says.
"I did. I said go away." I say hiding my face in my knees.
The man in purple sighs and leans his head against the wall.
"I regret killing you... All of you." he says, "I just had such an urge to kill."
"Is that supposed to make we feel better?" I say, "I won't get a childhood now! None of us will."
I start tearing up, "And it's all your fault" I say crying.
"I'm sorry Y/n. If I could I would go back in time and not do any of this." he says.
"I miss mom and dad... I miss my dog... I miss my fish." I say crying more, "I miss life."
The purple man puts his arm around me and I feel... comfort?
I look at him with teary blood shot eyes.
He looks at me and smiles. A sincere smile.
"Is everything okay?" he asks.
"You've never smiled like that before." I say looking at him still.
"I smile a lot Y/n..." he says.
"Not a real smile. It's always fake." I say and sit up a bit.
"Well now you know I mean what I said. I wish I could you a childhood." he says and removes his arm from around me.
"Please hold me." I say.
"Huh? Why me?" he asks looking confused.
"It felt like when my dad would hold me when I'm scared.... You may not be able to give me a childhood, but you can give me a dad." I say.
He wraps his arm around me again and I feel safe.
I smile and lay my head on him.
"Thank you for forgiving me Y/n." he says.
I yawn slightly, "Thanks for apologizing." I say and doze off.
Hamas Seeds Violent Videos on Sites With Little Moderation
The strategy mirrors efforts by extremist groups like the Islamic State and Al Qaeda in years past.
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By Sheera Frenkel and Steven Lee Myers
A video of a Hamas gunman firing his assault rifle at a car full of Israeli civilians was viewed more than one million times on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, since it was uploaded Sunday.
A photograph of dead Israeli civilians, strewn across the side of a road in an Israeli kibbutz near the Gaza Strip, has been shared more than 20,000 times on X.
And an audio recording of a young Israeli woman’s desperate cries for help as she was being kidnapped from her home has been shared nearly 50,000 times on the platform.
Since Hamas launched a deadly cross-border attack into Israel over the weekend, violent videos and graphic images have flooded social media . Many of the posts have been seeded by Hamas to terrorize civilians and take advantage of the lack of content moderation on some social media sites — particularly X and Telegram — according to a Hamas official and social media experts interviewed by The New York Times.
The strategy mirrors efforts by extremist groups like the Islamic State and Al Qaeda, which took advantage of the lack of guardrails at social media companies years ago to upload graphic footage to the internet. Social media companies reacted then by removing and banning accounts tied to those groups.
The issue has sprouted anew in the past week, particularly on X, where safety and content moderation teams have largely disbanded under Elon Musk’s ownership, and on Telegram, the messaging platform which does virtually no content moderation.
Israeli groups who monitor social media for hate speech and disinformation said graphic imagery often starts on Telegram. It then moves to X before finding its way to other social media sites.
“Twitter, or X as they are now called, has become a war zone with no ethics,” said Achiya Schatz, director of FakeReporter, an Israeli organization that monitors disinformation and hate speech. “In the information war being fought, it is now a place where you just go and do whatever you want.”
In the past, his group reported fake accounts or violent content to X, which removed the post if it violated its rules, Mr. Schatz said. Now, he added, there is no one at the company to talk to.
“Everyone we once worked with is gone. There is no one to reach at that company,” he said. “The information war on Twitter is gone, lost. There is nothing left to fight there.”
He added that platforms like Facebook, YouTube and TikTok had been responsive about removing graphic images and misinformation, although the companies were being inundated with requests.
Telegram and X did not respond to a request for comment. Over the weekend, X’s safety team posted an update to its policies, stating that it was removing Hamas-affiliated accounts and had taken action on tens of thousands of posts.
Nora Benavidez, senior counsel at Free Press, a media advocacy group, said the state of discourse on X during the conflict was “the terrible but natural consequence of 11 months of misguided Musk decisions.”
She cited the rollback of policies against toxic content, cuts in staff and the priority given to subscription accounts, which “now allows, even begs for, controversial and incendiary content to thrive.”
Some of those subscription accounts have also been posting fake or doctored images, said Alex Goldenberg, the lead intelligence analyst at the Network Contagion Research Institute at Rutgers University.
Researchers have identified images from video games that were posted on TikTok as actual footage. Old images from the civil war in Syria and a propaganda video from Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite militant organization, have been circulated as new.
“It’s a problem across social media,” Mr. Goldenberg said.
Mr. Schatz said his organization on Sunday identified a video of children in cages that had been viewed millions of times on X, amid claims that the children were Israeli hostages of Hamas. While the origins of the video aren’t clear, Mr. Schatz found versions posted weeks ago on TikTok, and other researchers have discovered versions of the video on YouTube and Instagram claiming it was from Afghanistan, Syria and Yemen.
“We reported that the video was fake, and definitely not a current video from Gaza, but nobody at X responded,” Mr. Schatz said. “The real videos are bad enough without people sharing these fake ones.”
The effect of the videos has been stark. Some Israelis have begun avoiding social media for fear of seeing missing loved ones featured in graphic footage.
Dr. Sol Adelsky, an American-born child psychiatrist who has been living in Israel since 2018, said many parents had been advised to keep their children off social media apps.
“We are really trying to limit how much stuff they are seeing,” he said. “Schools are also giving guidance for kids to be off certain social media apps.” Some schools in the United States have also encouraged parents to tell their children to delete the apps.
Dr. Adelsky added that even with the guidance, a lot of unverified claims and frightening messages had made their way to people through messaging apps like WhatsApp, which are popular among Israelis.
The fear and confusion are part of the strategy, according to a Hamas official who would speak only on the condition of anonymity.
The official, who used to be responsible for creating social media content for Hamas on Twitter and other platforms, said the group wanted to establish its own narratives and seek support from allies through social media.
When ISIS published videos of beheadings on social media, he said, the footage served as a rallying cry for extremists to join its cause, and as psychological warfare on its targets. While he stopped short of saying Hamas was following a playbook laid out by ISIS, he called its social media strategy successful.
Sheera Frenkel is a reporter based in the San Francisco Bay Area, covering the ways technology impacts everyday lives with a focus on social media companies, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Telegram and WhatsApp. More about Sheera Frenkel
Steven Lee Myers covers misinformation for The Times. He has worked in Washington, Moscow, Baghdad and Beijing, where he contributed to the articles that won the Pulitzer Prize for public service in 2021. He is also the author of “The New Tsar: The Rise and Reign of Vladimir Putin.” More about Steven Lee Myers
Our Coverage of the Israel-Hamas War
Netanyahu’s All-Out War: In his 15 years as Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has resisted major military entanglements. That is now changing .
Evacuation of Gaza: As Israel prepared to invade the Gaza Strip , it told 1.1 million people in the northern part of the territory to head south for their own safety . But with strikes later intensifying in southern cities, few safe options remain .
Spreading Terror: Since attacking Israel, Hamas has deployed a new war tactic: seizing the social media accounts of kidnapped Israelis and using them to issue death threats and calls for violence.
Hezbollah: Could the Lebanese Shiite group launch its own military campaign against Israel in response to the country’s expected offensive against Hamas?
The Conflict’s Global Reach
Biden’s Trip to Israel: The president visited Israel at a volatile moment in war looking to ease tensions and avoid a broader conflict.
Fury in the Middle East: Biden’s staunch support for Israel has stoked accusations of American hypocrisy by Arab critics, as grief and fury toward Israel mount in the region.
International Arms Sales: Israel’s conflict with Hamas, is contributing to a boom for weapons makers and a chance for Washington to build closer military ties to other countries.
Turning to a Longtime Mediator: The United States is joining forces with Qatar , a tiny nation with extensive ties to militant groups, in a diplomatic effort to save hostages held by Hamas.