No, crept (this is the way you write this word, not 'creeped') is a past tense verb. A metaphor is when you compare two objects (nouns) by saying that an object is something else. For example, 'he had arms of steel' is a metaphor because a person's arms are not actually made out of steel. A verb is an 'action' word which shows that something is happening.
it is a metaphor because a simile must have 'as' or 'like' in it whereas a metaphor is something that's not literal and is normally when something stands for another thing
Metaphor...similes use like or as
It's not a metaphor, because it doesn't explicitly say that women are fish. If the phrase was "Women are fish, and there are more of them in the sea", it would be a metaphor. Though, it is a 'Figure of Speech'.
A bit creeped out, but don't worry too much x
Yes, he should be...
it is when you dont get payed and you a creeped out by it
Shane Dawson TV - 2008 Creeped Out was released on: USA: 25 April 2009
freak out, frighten,creeped out
There is 1 syllable.
Britney spears I know right I got creeped out to
She bought a hairless cat.
No, boys don't get creeped out if you say hi to them. But you should probably say hi and then say what your name is.ANSWER:If they do seem like they get freaked then run it is a sign that they probably are in love with you....
Its a metaphor
it is neither, it is personification