Theo Void wrote:
how does she freak you out? its not like she's waiving a knife in front of the camera.
I have noticed, being creep'd out and things being freaky are both greatly over exaggerated emotions with people under 25. I find it really immature when people say something is creepy but they give no detail as to why its creepy. its almost an unwritten law that if some one says creepy we are suppose to not question if the creepiness exist out of fear of ourselves being called creepy. most of the time the creepiness doesn't exist and the person saying it does, is only saying so to make them selves appear to be above any type of flaws or faults.
I notice the same thing w/ younger people. To be considered "creepy" is apparently the worst thing ever! Yet they'll say it about virtually anyone or anything in order to assume a position of false superiority.
This is incorrect. To say someone is creepy is a statement about how that person makes the speaker feel
. Creepiness doesn't exist in the same way that, say, a kilo of cheese can exist and be devoured. To briefly explain the feeling, it occurs when someone who is felt
to be inferior acts in such a way that suggests he doesn't share the sentiment. Hence, the position of superiority precedes
A guy buying a drink for a girl of higher
social rank than himself is "creepy as fuck", whereas a guy buying a drink for a girl of lower
social rank than himself is not creepy. Rather he is "a stud", "a hunk", "a jock", "George Cloony", "Bruce Wayne", or "Jeff Goldblum".