get goose bumps

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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I get goose bumps every time I think about stepping out at Old Trafford again, as does walking out on the pitch.
If anyone wonders if she is still relevant, or just wants to get goose bumps, they should check out her song "Wasteland of the Free" or her version of "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" at the close of the new version of "True Grit.
We can also get goose bumps when we are feeling nervous or angry.
In Late Fall" is one brief example: "I get goose bumps / when I see that woman's wide goose down hips; / if she comes any / closer, I /just might sprout wings / and fly south with her / for the winter.
Stories should be 300 to 1,200 words in length and make the reader laugh, cry, or get goose bumps.
You don't want to get chilly-chilly and get goose bumps, do you?
Sometimes you get goose bumps when you are frightened.
He plays songs like 'Star Wars' and 'Phantom of the Opera,' and you get goose bumps,'' Siegel said.
The minute we pull into the infield, I get goose bumps.
You may also get goose bUmps when you get a chill from your thrill.
I get goose bumps just thinking about his homage to the good people of the Valley fighting the dark and evil overlords of Downtown Los Angeles.
Harrell said he can get goose bumps playing for fans in the bleachers - especially for his daughters, 8 and 5.
Oh my gosh, I get goose bumps just thinking about it,'' Dicato said.