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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of squick.

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Examples

  • I think I remember those Umbert Unborn cartoons, from way way back–it was always a little boy sitting there making this or that smart remark, and only occasionally it was twins and then the other was a girl, always silent, it was still the boy that got to say all the cute things…It kind of squicked me out, and now I know why.

    Shaping my baby

  • If a person is "squicked" revolted/horrified/creeped out by something, they simply can't view it objectively, and they cannot like it.

    Auto-no

  • I’m just kind of squicked out, more than anything.

    Regretsy – Ain’t No Thing

  • My sophisticated high-culture “Izzard is the best comedian for overeducated smartasses like me” side is kind of squicked at the idea … like he’s slumming.

    inkblurt · Dr. Izz

  • If (and it's a big if) you can get past the ick factor, it's an interesting idea, but Roger Zelazny did it better at least twice, and the execution squicked me out so badly that I rate it lower than the Mike Resnick story.

    World Cup Day 14

  • It squicked me out to think of being that quiet with the person I was with.

    Compliments

  • That sounds like something really perverse going on at conventions. and I just squicked myself.

    Tweets I have known

  • It works in a comedy, and it works in something like CSI, but most people reading your perfectly normal book would get squicked if there was suddenly a cannibal of any sort.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Black Cat’s Review Forum

  • I've been squicked by things that were not strictly speaking all that squicky ... and then I read this Wincest fic and it goes down just fine.

    Supernatural Fic Rec

  • Because one of the reasons I get squicked over Cas is that he stands too close to people ... so ...

    Supernatural Review Episode 5.03

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