I learnt "creepy" is feeling unease or scared, but it's not considered rude to say creepy at someone?
In my language, when people felt scared about something in horror, we use a word close to "eerie" but for bugs which feels uncomfortable to see, or person who acts strange, or a stalker, we use a word similar to "ew" and it's rude because it expresses a feeling disgust about the person.
In English, when people say "He is creepy!" or "You are creepy!", it's not rude? Not including of disgust like "ew"? It's just like "Your act is scary"? I know "you are disgusting" is rude and showing strong disgust, but "creepy" for bugs or weird people, it also has nuance of disgust? and rude?