adj. Because “creepy” isn’t creepy enough to cover some of our finest citizens and cousins.
Real citation: “All right. At this point, my ‘creep-o-meter’ was starting to register some strong creepitudinous vibrations. So he keeps on ‘Nyarrm’-ing and studying the bench and I'm trying to rinse off as quickly as possible to make my escape.”
(Nov. 5, 2006, Crabbydad, http://crabbydad.blogspot.com/2006/11/more-fun-in-lurkerroom.html)
Made-up citation: “Why are you leaving me? Is it my creepitudinous tendencies, my gnarly toenails, my platinum locks…? Come back, sweet Veronica, do not forsake me!”