Meaning of “Kissho(きっしょ)” / “Kishoi(きしょい)” / “Kimi(キモい)”

“Kissho(きっしょ)” means creepy.
It is an abbreviation for “Kishokuwarui(気色悪い)” which means creepy.
“Kishoi(きしょい)” and “Kimi(キモい)” mean same with “Kissho(きっしょ)”, and they are also an abbreviation for “Kishokuwarui(気色悪い)”.
It’s a kind of a slang.

Example Conversation

A: I met Kimi(キモい) shopper during my part-time job at convenience store.
B: hmm
A: He grasped my hand when I gave change, and he smiled…
B: What!? Scary! Kissho(きっしょ)! And scary!!

A:このあいだコンビニのバイトでキモい客がいてさぁ
B:ほお
A:おつり渡したら、ぎゅって手を握ってきたんだよね…そんで顔見たらめっちゃ笑顔だったんだよね…。
B:え、なにそれこわっ。きしょっ!っていうかこわっ!

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