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not necessarily, lolz if i worked at a hotel front desk, i wouldn't be able to resist saying stuff like that.. it'd be hilarious all the stuff you could say to freak people out.

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You didn't know that hotel staff drugs the candies on the pillows, sneaks through the windows at night, quietly creep over to your bed (ninja style) and curls up next to you until the "special candy" wears off?

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Why? Are you one or do you aspire to be one? I know a group of people who hate this use of the term "creeper:" Gardeners! Now when they want to discuss philodendrons, for example, the rest of us think Phil O'Dendron is a paunchy, middle-aged pervert masturbating just outside of a teenage girl's window. A similar fate struck the model railroad club of northern Ohio, the Cleveland Steamers.

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I agree. I'd never heard the term before until a few months ago, and since then it's been everywhere. Following me, if you will. :]

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It's eating us from the inside AHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! The pain fluffy come help meeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HELP ME!!!!!!

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8trickster8 the term creeper didn't "spring up all of a sudden" it's been gaining in popularity for the last like, 5 years or so. That's about when I first heard it anyways, and I've been using it regularly for the past 3 years at least.

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Gender stereotyping or just an innocent mess-up? OP is a man and the receptionist's gender is unconfirmed.

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