What Do You Find (Unintentionally) Creepy?!

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8 Comments → “What Do You Find (Unintentionally) Creepy?!”


  1. Audrey

    6 years ago

    80 year old women with so much plastic surgery they look like a duck, dyed black hair that’s like cotton batton, wearing short shorts with super wrinkly bow legs. EEEEWWWWW Creepy!

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    • Dave

      6 years ago

      Amen! Worse even — the 80 year old GUYS sporting that same look.

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  2. linda

    6 years ago

    That yellow hat man who hangs out with Curious George.

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    • Dave

      6 years ago

      Totally with you. I always thought he was a cross-species pedophile…

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  3. TK

    6 years ago

    When you give someone who makes you uncomfortable a hug, but they take it upon themselves to forcibly hug you to the point where your middles touch – that’s awkward. And full on creepy.

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    • Dave

      6 years ago

      “Where your middles touch” is a hilarious concept. Well done, TK. I owe you a hug.

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  4. Phil Reid

    6 years ago

    When you drive by a carnival with your kids in the car,and they have been well bahaved so you decide it will be fun to go. When you start walking around, and you start to realize that you are at a Mexican carnival, with barkers yelling at you in Spanish, and strange food for sale (Like corn on the cob). Then your kids are having so much fun, they don’t want to leave. That is creepy.

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  5. Louise Gurf

    5 years ago

    Ventriloquist dummys are super creepy.in fact,
    ventriloquists are creepy in general!:)

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David BickelBesides being one of the world’s most respected creepiologists, David Bickel is a writer and producer who has been working in television since Clinton was president. His credits include “Hiller and Diller” starring Richard Lewis and Kevin Nealon, and a nine-year stint on the Emmy-nominated show “The King of Queens.” He is currently working on the series he developed, “Motorcity” for the Walt Disney Company.