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  • v. Present participle of squidge.


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  • The two basic actions of the game are called squidging (shooting a wink with a special oversized wink, or squidger) and squopping (covering a wink with another, thereby paralyzing it).

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IV No 3

  • I am never squidging myself and those animals into that space again.

    Ignore the Siren

  • Today, they lack sharp resistance, squidging under heels as if they were sodden hummocks of moss.

    Sandy, Bedfordshire

  • They both used the palms of their hands to push their noses up, which they both called by the same made-up name, “squidging.”

    Now What?

  • We rule that anyone who's really that bothered about squidging up a carrot and putting it in a trifle – or whatever these books tell you to do – should probably find something better to do with their time, like sitting in a corner clawing at their face with their hands, for example.

    Jerry Seinfeld Flips His Car, Creepy Smugness Intact

  • Dere izn’t gonna b enny noze boinking, cheek pinching, or squidging mah cheeks, is dere?

    IMPOSTER! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?


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