"give me creeps", "give me the creeps" and "give me goose bumps"
please, are these expressions identical in meaning?
can I say that the first one is related to bad things (like fear), meanwhile the second one usually refers to good experiences?
what is the most casual expressions for each situation?
thanks a lot.
Re: "give me creeps", "give me the creeps" and "give me goose bumps"
I probably understood it incorrectly but it seems to me that both sensations mean skin muscle contraction and skin hair raising. how wrong am I, please?
let me try some examples:
if I am seeing a movie and there is an horror scene, can I say that it "give me creeps"?
If I see a beautiful scene does it give me "goose bumps"?