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  • The longer he looked at the grayness on his gloves, the more creeped-out he felt.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • And while we love that sentiment, the kiddie preaching video phenom made us slightly creeped-out, and reminded us of those kiddie pageants -- maybe kids can just be kids and not mini-adults.

    Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: HuffPost Religion Round-Up: August 14-21

  • I even spied a few lions and tigers roaming through, but they looked more creeped-out by the other things than truly ferocious, if you ask me.

    The Three Furies

  • He forced himself to smile, having read somewhere that it creeped-out the Irlane.

    New Race

  • Remember how creeped-out the world was by the video of Saddam Hussein beckoning five-year-old Brit Stuart Lockward to sit on his knee [19]?

    Is it McChrystal Clear? Our new General in the Middle East

  • He could start by not coercing his daughter into reciting some creeped-out pledge from an index card in front of a crowd.

    Matthew Yglesias » Purity Ball Fun

  • I only ask because I'm getting a more creeped-out vibe than the warm fuzzies.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Tantalus – thanks for not quoting the dictionary and for getting the whole “creeped-out” thing.

    The OLG Racket « XUP

  • But I'm interested to get his take because frankly I'm creeped-out by what's in that crate.

    CNN Transcript Aug 14, 2008

  • Based on the creeped-out play by Tracy Letts, whose screenplay remains faithful to the freaky original, Bug is ugly, repellent, nauseating and relentlessly lurid.

    Paranoid Pap

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