2. Apparently a word that replaced "stalker" overnight around the turn of the decade, with a possible connection to the above's rise to popularity.
3. One of THE dumbest excuses for a movie/TV monster ever. Wears an ugly brown suit, and a mask with a face that looks like the male equivalent of a witch--green, crooked, etc. Occasionally, it can get even dumber when it's portrayed as an ACTUAL MONSTER, not some scrub-in-a-suit.
Steve: "AH! Oh, fuck you! I spent all friggin' day punching down trees just to BUILD that stupid cabin! Goddammit..."
ZOMG That guy John from school always likes your posts! CREEEPERRR!
*Velma pulls off the mask*
Scrub-in-a-suit: "AND I WOULD'VE GOTTEN AWAY WITH IT TOO, IF IT WEREN'T FOR YOU MEDDLING KIDS, AND YOUR STUPID DOG TOO!"
Shaggy: "Like, ZOINKS, Velma! I never would have guessed--because REAL monsters totally wear brown two-piece suits in order to look their best when terrorizing youth, right?"
Creepers are especially dangerous mobs due to their near-silent approach, save for light footsteps and a signature 'burning fuse' hissing noise that often signifies it's already too late. Their explosion is devastating at short range, to both entities and structures.
Creepers run from cats and ocelots, and will even ignore the player to run away when a feline is too close. As cats can be acquired and controlled by the player, this provides an important avenue of defense from Creeper attacks.
Creepers have gained notoriety and infamy among Minecraft players for their infuriating habit of sneaking up on the Player to inflict devastating damage following an all-too-short warning sound. They have arguably become the most recognizable image from Minecraft, as well as the game's unofficial mascot.
You can find this in the Minecraft wiki Article
Logan: Yeah, that sucks.
2. All timid drivers are creepers, but not all creepers are timid drivers.