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get goose bumps

To get bumps on one's skin where one's body hair stands on end as the result of an intense feeling of cold, nervousness, anxiety, excitement, or fear. I got goose bumps watching that scary movie last night! Their concert was so amazing, I got goose bumps when they played their first song! It's so cold in here that I'm getting goose bumps.
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The next day, Zach goes to his new school when he is befriended by the goofy Champ (Ryan Lee), a Goosebumps nerd.
It gives me butterflies and goosebumps every time because it's something I'll never forget - hearing the audience sing along with you as you are skating.
Having already heard him professing his love for Croxteth, we then got this from the boyhood Evertonian who left Goodison Park far too early - speaking about his wonderful debut goal against Arsenal, when he was still just 16, he said: "When I see that goal, I still get goosebumps.
goosebumps as he belted out Shoes The set is impressive, evoking a run-down council estate in Liverpool.
Developed by KAIST researchers, a thin flexible capacitive goosebump patch can measure the degree of human emotion quantitatively.
When Deila was appointed manager last summer, he spoke of the goosebumps which covered him when he attended the Hoops' nowfamous win over Barcelona in the Champions League just over two years ago.
The thrills-filled Goosebumps TV series, based on the popular Scholastic books written by R.
Somewhere in his bid to seduce Goosebumps fans now in their 20s and 30s, [Stine] stumbles.
Summary: "I got goosebumps the minute you all started singing, and I think you have a big future ahead of you.
I still get goosebumps when I recall Brian's first solo show in Scotland - at the Clyde Auditorium in 2002 - and his back catalogue is priceless.
Goosebumps happen when the tiny muscles in each hair follicle, called arrector pili muscles, contract, says Dr.
This double-CD, recorded on the diva's sell-out 2006 tour of the States, raises goosebumps with its pin-drop perfection.
Stine, the author of the Goosebumps series of books.
Three tales of middle-school horror have been adapted from the ubiquitous, long-running Goosebumps series into graphic novel format.
GRAEME DOTT has had a year to get used to the moniker 'world champion' but he has still got goosebumps about being introduced as such at the Crucible today.