1: suggestive of the supernatural; mysterious.
There is a big difference between the words "spooky" and "creepy." Spooky can't hurt you. Creepy can and probably will. Goth is not "Creepy." It's "Spooky." rubber bats are not "creepy." They're "spooky."
coming across a human skull in your backyard=creepy. (well, maybe not, depending on who put it there/your tastes)
but in a non-mainstream way. For example Abercrombie may be cool among a certain set, but it will never be spooky.
Poss. derivation from Fox Mulder's nickname on the X-Files because Mulder embodied an outsider ideal of sorts being cute and smart and totally committed to his world view even when it was constantly under attack by all the "normal" people.
A: "Did you see her new Global Frequency tattoo?"
J: "Yeah, it's spooky."
One of the more notable reviewers in the porn world. Writes reviews for Adult DVD Empire. Has been reviewing adult DVDs since 2000 online, and considered to be one of the more knowledgable people in the industry when it comes to adult film and adult performers.
Man, that Roger Pipe is a good porn reviewer, but he's no Spooky
Nickname assigned to Ppecial Agent Fox Mulder.
Scully: "Thats spooky."
Mulder: "Thats my name isn't it?"
To a great extent or degree, very, extremely to the point of being scary.
Replaces the exaggerated soooo
I'm soooo drunk it's scary! = I'm SPOOKY drunk!
I'm soooo horny it's scary! = I'm SPOOKY horny!
I'm soooo stoned it's scary. = I'm SPOOKY stoned!
Consuming colossal amounts of alcohol and commiting deleterious acts amungst your own community.
Lets get spooky tonight king