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  • I live in Canada
  • I was born on September 3
  • I am Male

Hello, I'm Redx360, but you can just call me Red. I'm a Content/Discussions Moderator on this wiki.

I was formally called "JJnotOddlyColouredBB" but i've reverted to my old name.

Wikis I'm On

FNaF 2

Occasionally, the player may encounter this odd-looking model of Balloon Boy hiding under the right side of the desk in The Office while looking directly at them. The hallucination does not appear to affect the player, neither attacking or jump scaring them. It seems to simply disappear if they check the Monitor. In the files, it's name is JJ. Although the model is exactly the same, JJ has magenta cheeks and eyes, a purple nose and eyelids, a bit pale skin-colour, and the red stripes on his propeller beanie are now a bluish-purple as well as a button from on top being light-red.

FNaF World

JJ also appears in FNaF World as a character, which confirms the name is JJ (AND NOT ODDLY COLOURED BB), also JJ is one of the only characters in the game to be voiced. It also reveals in the game files that JJ stands for Jay Jay.

I'm from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Here is some info about those places.

About Calgary

Calgary is the largest city/metro in Western Canada, and the largest city/metro in Alberta. Calgary is basicly the Canadian version of Dallas and San Antonio. It was founded in 1875 and named after Calgary, Mull, Scotland. It is located near Banff, and Lake Louise, which is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful places on earth (or at least in Canada). It is home to one of, if not the largest rodeo in the world, in 2015, there where 1,168,509 that went to the rodeo. Calgary has a metro population of 1,392,609 people, making it the 4th largest metro in Canada, behind Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. The voice actor of Trevor from GTA 5 was born here. Also it should be noted LOL was created in Calgary.

About Alberta

Alberta is located in Western Canada and is where most people live in Western Canada. It's basically the Canadian version of Texas, which means oil and farming/ranching is a big thing here. Most people have the Western Canada Accent. Just like Texas, Alberta likes to do their own thing compared to the rest of Canada. Another similarity to Texas is that Alberta is very Conservative. Alberta is aslo home to Bioware, which made games such as the Mass Effect series, and the Star Wars KOTOR series.

About Canada

Canada is divided into 10 provinces (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Québec, and Saskatchewan) and 3 territories (Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon). There are different cultural regions in Canada (like the Midwest and New England in U.S.A), which are Eastern Canada (Ontario, and Québec), Western Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta), the West Coast (British Columbia), the East Coast (Newfoundland & Labrador), the Maritimes (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and P.E.I), and Northern Canada (Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut). Each cultural region has it's own dialect (ex. Eastern Canadians say "Eh", while Western Canadians say "Hey" like in the U.S.A), of course Eastern Canadian is the most spoken since 61.49% of people live in Ontario (38.26%) and Québec (23.23%).

Metros with a population over 100,000 in Canada are:

  1. Toronto
  2. Montréal
  3. Vancouver
  4. Calgary
  5. Ottawa
  6. Edmonton
  7. Québec City
  8. Winnipeg
  9. Hamilton
  10. Kitchener
  11. London
  12. Niagara
  13. Halifax
  14. Oshawa
  15. Victoria
  16. Windsor
  17. Saskatoon
  18. Regina
  19. Sherbrooke
  20. St. John's
  21. Barrie
  22. Kelowna
  23. Abbotsford
  24. Sudbury
  25. Kingston
  26. Saguenay
  27. Trois-Rivières
  28. Guelph
  29. Moncton
  30. Brantford
  31. Saint John
  32. Peterborough
  33. Thunder Bay
  34. Lethbridge
  35. Nanaimo
  36. Kamloops
  37. Belleville
  38. Chatham
  39. Fredericton
  40. Chilliwack
  41. Red Deer
  42. Sydney
  43. Sarnia
  44. Drummondville