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A new study finds people are largely consistent in their perception of creepiness. Watching someone from a distance, frequently touching someone, and steering conversations toward sex are the top behavioral indicators of a creeper. Having greasy hair, being extremely thin and tall, and showing little emotional expression all registered as creepy physical qualities.
Amongst creepiest professions cited were clowns, taxidermists, funeral directors, and sex shop owners, supporting a hypothesis that people in fields involving "threatening stimuli" such as death and sex would be considered especially creepy.
Almost sounds as if they are saying that people who conduct research are creepy.......
There you go man, keep as cool as you can. Face piles and piles of trials with smiles. It riles them to believe that you perceive the web they weave. And keep on thinking free. (Moody Blues)