- v. Simple past tense and past participle of freak.
“Andy will remain freaked throughout the weekend, so check that link over the next three days.”
“The first time I clicked over to your site from a comment on Sweet|Salty, your blog title freaked me the fuck out and I was sure it was some kind of nasty prank.”
“PARIS HILTON turned down the chance to have a sex doll made in her image - because the idea freaked her out.”
“Actor Joseph Mazzello, best known as a freaked-out 8-year-old chased by dinos, will now play a nerdy Harvard engineer chased by ConnectU lawyers.”
“The first time I clicked over to your site from a comment on Sweet | Salty, your blog title freaked me the fuck out and I was sure it was some kind of nasty prank.”
“The parents of the kids kind of freaked out over that bit.”
“Rep. Mike Quigley, another Chicago Democrat, told NBC Chicago his staff was "freaked" following the Saturday shooting rampage in Tucson where Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head and six others were killed.”
“This poultry version hit the heat just fine, but the second I tried to turn it on end to cook the bacon ... well, it kind of freaked out, * disintegrated, * and scattered to hell and gone, madly skating over sizzling extra virgin olive oil.”
“Ms. CASE: No, I was just kind of freaked out that he was asking us to do it.”
““It was an instant reminder and I kind of freaked out at that point.””
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