At first glance I thought maybe the cruise people had pulled images of us off the Web—that would have been freaky enough.
But each of the three freaky frights has a different history and personality.
This week: An Italian reviews the Mafia flick everyone's talking about, a totaled electric car, and a freaky box of broccoli.
The year was 2006 and Allen, like her fellow UK countrymen Arctic Monkeys, was borne in the freaky fires of MySpace.
“I will freaky Friday with you anytime,” one of the dads tells him.
They'd been watching my subway use and wanted to know why it had been so freaky lately.
She's a wide, dumpy-built old girl, and dressed sort of freaky.
Seems as if it's swellin' and widenin' out, like one of these freaky toy balloons you blow up.
The rancher had been stripped of every vestige of clothing by the freaky lightning.
On through the desert slogged the man and on trotted the freaky animal whose colour made him outcast even from his own kind.
Having the qualities of a freak or a freak-out; far out: I think it would be freaky to have an affair with my barber/ There is nothing bohemian, or beat, or hippie, or freaky about them. They are straights, uptight (1960s+ Narcotics)