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I'm a Creep

tstafford

Active Member
Jul 4, 2015
1,039
245
Nashville, TN
Never knew that I'm a creep at heart. Sometimes I love just silently creeping around a parking lot at 4 or 5 MPH. I really don't think folks hear me coming until it's too late! :scared:
 

cgiGuy

Active Member
Jul 9, 2013
1,500
1,081
Everywhere, Nowhere
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alwaysru

Member
Jul 11, 2015
180
93
Austin, Texas
The downside is when you're creeping in a Costco parking lot behind 4 side-by-side folks walking at .5mph.... they don't even know you're there. AND NEVER MOVE.
 

S'toon

Knows where his towel is
Apr 23, 2015
3,702
3,644
AB
I'm just naturally creepy. Don't have to do anything.

For example, several months ago I was walking down the block and there was this woman standing by a car, never seen her before in my life. She senses someone approaching and looks up smiling, and the moment she saw my face her smile froze into a creeped out look. I wasn't doing anything unusual, just minding my own business on my morning walk.
 

Cyclone

Cyclonic Member ((.oO))
Jan 12, 2015
5,058
1,143
Charlotte, NC
The downside is when you're creeping in a Costco parking lot behind 4 side-by-side folks walking at .5mph.... they don't even know you're there. AND NEVER MOVE.

I usually turn up the stereo for this. I have found out the hard way that everyone around me can hear my music, even when turned to 6.
 

ItsNotAboutTheMoney

Well-Known Member
Jul 12, 2012
10,619
7,795
Maine
The downside is when you're creeping in a Costco parking lot behind 4 side-by-side folks walking at .5mph.... they don't even know you're there. AND NEVER MOVE.

If they were going 5mph that'd be fine, but it's usually 1-3mph. It drives my wife nuts in our Volt. A lot of people are oblivious and self-centered. They got there in a car, they'll leave in a car, but in between they don't consider that there are cars moving around all the time, and so they should look out for cars and reversing lights, drivers and cars moving around the lot.
 

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