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  • n. The property of being squicky.

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  • The story pulls no punches on the grotesquerie, but there's a plausible cross-species love story amid the squickiness, and the protagonist makes a decision that actually surprised me.

    MIND MELD: Memorable Short Stories to Add to Your Reading List (Part 1 of 2)

  • And I definitely think that the whole reason why Lisa wrote this article was to promote that work, in addition to expressing some squickiness about the casting commercials.

    Sexy Science Students Sought for Sexy Nerds Reality Show - Pink Raygun.com

  • Personally, I think that the only thing that tops kopi luwak coffee in terms of both squickiness and poshness is ortolan, a thankfully very rare French speciality. macon d 1:19 am on December 19, 2008 | # | Reply

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  • Writing: "The Girl With the Bloodred Mind" -- Lowered the squickiness of the revelation.

    Lazy Saturday

  • In the interest of fairness, I went to a GoTR lyrics site and read over the actual wording of the lyrics ... looking for squickiness.

    Genius is fleeting...and mine has fled...

  • It may very well be stressful, but so is being completely alone while in the worst pain you may ever experience, knowing that the person who from this day foward will have a claim on this child as well has chosen to not even to endure the DISCOMFORT of having to deal with the very real pain, squickiness and gore of childbirth.

    “Try to see it from his point of view”

  • Maybe some inappropriate sex-related stuff, since that sort of squickiness is one of the things that makes listening to

    feminist blogs

  • Dunno … but i am amazed that no one involved picked up on the (instant to me) inherent squickiness of a person being reduced to a “Book” …) “They must be returned to us in the same condition, as they where in at the time of check-out.”

    The Living Library – take out your prejudice?

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