Did you maybe mean creeper?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of creep.
“So Gini and I watched Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets last night, and I was once again creeped out when Harry stabs the diary that contains the copy of a teenaged Lord Voldemort's essence.”
“| Reply lmao @ Rex Hondo. well done the new Joker face/expression creeped me out to high hell. im not so sure about the clothes. even if the new face is awesome, ive always been a fan of the neat and tidy purple suit and cane that allows the joker to walk with a bit of daintiness (read: hidden insanity)”
“Careful not to touch the body—the idea creeped her out—she picked up the pill bottle.”
“I just got home from having a manicure-pedicure done at our local "Nail Gazaasm," which I had kind of been avoiding because the inscrutable name creeped me out.”
“At about 3 1/2 miles we passed a cemetery; that kind of creeped out Liz.”
“While I completely appreciate Shel Silverstein and love his work now … his poems kind of creeped me out as a kid.”
“We get one scene where a gas station (the same from then end of the first film?) is surprise attacked by a hundred foot Transformer looking robot; it just kind of creeped up on them, understandably.”
“The double-exposed photo of the artist above, though, has always kind of creeped me out.”
“That actually kind of creeped me out, besides the fact that it's 4 in the morning and my house is as silent as christmas.”
“Am I the only one who is, given the pattern from the others, kind of creeped out by that last one?”
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