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    Some time ago I started a new job in a new town. This guy kind of creeped me out. He was friendly and seemed normal enough but I couldn't shake the feeling. One day chatting with some coworkers. I said that he creeped me out and he looked like a molester. (Yeah, one of those "oops, shouldn't of said that out loud moments") Well, one woman points at me and said "He was never convicted!" I was like "um what!?" Turns out he was accused but never convicted of molestation.
    So a few years later he ended up getting fired because he smacked the CEO on the ass and kept going into the ladies room at our work party.
    He then gets a job at a lumber yard loading customers vehicles. After he locked himself and someone in their own van, he ends up in jail.

    Anyone have "saw that coming" stories to share?
     
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    Not trying to insite illwill, but, Is creepily a word? :p. I've not heard it.

    If you are asking if the "SpidySense" works then yep. I can smell (feel) shady characters right off, I don't get close enough to look them in the eye to be sure...instead just find my exit.
     
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    Not sure! But you have to admit..... Its fun to say! :grinning:
     
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    That is true!! May be why I liked it...LOL
    E.g.: The strange clown slithered creepily along the wall out of the illuminated cast shadow.
     
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    That image gives me goose bumps :fearscream:
     
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    I almost didn't read this because I thought it might be another right wing politics thread.

    When I was at college, all of my girlfriends liked hanging around a certain football player. He gave me the heebie jeebies and they used to get mad at me for refusing to go to his parties. Why don't you like him, scientia? I could not say what it was. Anyway, they went to a few of these parties and he ended up drugging and raping two girls. After that, they all thought I was psychic.
     
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    Omg! Close call! I'm glad you went with your instincts!
    I have found in the past I would get feeling about something and over think it. Going against my initial reaction. Then end up making the wrong decision. I've decided over time to trust my instinct because I never regret it if it ends up being a mistake.
     
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