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cop a squat

Sl. to sit down. Hey, man! Come in and cop a squat here next tome. Cop a squat and crack a tube.
See also: cop, squat

diddly-squat

  (American informal)
nothing at all What does he know about the South? Diddly-squat! The lyrics in his songs aren't worth diddly-squat - it's the melodies that make you feel good.

cop a squat

tv. to sit down. Cop a squat and crack a tube.
See also: cop, squat

diddly-squat

and (doodly-)squat (ˈdɪdliskwɑt and ˈdudliskwɑt)
n. nothing. (Folksy. Originally black or southern.) This contract isn’t worth diddly-squat.

doodly-squat

verb

squat

verb

squat

1. in. to sit (down). Come on in and squat for a while.
2. n. nothing. (see also diddly-squat.) I earn just a little more than squat, but I am very pleased with my life.

take a shit

and take a crap and take a dump and take a squat
tv. to defecate. (It is always taken not given, done, or put. Shit is the most offensive with the others following in descending order of offense.) Hurry up in there! I gotta take a shit. Why didn’t you take a squat before we left home?
See also: shit, take

take a squat

verb
See also: squat, take
References in classic literature ?
So now she squatted upon her haunches and insulted both her admirers impartially.
Tarzan had recovered the greater part of his rope and was busy fashioning a new noose, while Teeka squatted close behind him, in evident token that her choice was made.
He dropped the shovel and squatted suddenly on his heels.
Still he squatted on his heels, rubbing dirt from gold and debating in just what manner he should rise up.
In his council hall he was surrounded by the gravity of armed chiefs, while two long rows of old headmen dressed in cotton stuffs squatted on their heels, with idle arms hanging over their knees.
Daniel Sherman, competing in the 74kg bodyweight class, squatted 210kg, benchpressed 127.
James recently came down from 83kg bodyweight, where he had squatted over 300kg.
People who are known to have squatted in the past will not be liable to prosecution.
According to VPS, the basic minimum clean-up bill for a small commercial property, such as a pub, after being squatted can be upwards of pounds 1,500.
A typical consumer who misspells a popular URL has a 1 in-14 chance of landing at a typo-squatter site -- Children's sites are heavily targeted: More than 60 of the most squatted sites are designed to appeal to the 18-and-under demographic, with squatters targeting domains like webkinz.
Subjects squatted, slowly, with a lightweight wooden across their shoulders until they gently touched stop pads positioned in a squat rack.
Bremler, a 6-foot, 280-pound defensive lineman, lifted 275 pounds on the power clean and squatted 515.
But when he tried to eject the people who had squatted on his Virginia farmland, his lawyer warned that, in Ford's words, "If he succeeded in his suit against the settlers on his estate, they would probably burn his barns and fences.