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  • noun One who, or that which, squishes.


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squish +‎ -er


  • You know, you can go to those fairs and put them in the squisher.

    CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2006

  • Not the old "first they came for the dogfighters and the chick-squishers, and I was not a dogfighter or chick-squisher" cliché.

    Hammer Of The Blogs

  • I completely understand your intimate relationship with the "SIC". the squisher I had was excellent!

    Rocks In My Dryer

  • The squisher panel (that would be the technical term) on top appeared to be made of acrylic, considerably less scary than, you know, the cement block I had envisioned.

    Rocks In My Dryer

  • And who knows, maybe by the time I visit the squisher it will simply consist of walking through a metal (or tumor) detector.

    Rocks In My Dryer

  • - sub html: what is lacking to make main stream: squisher, and wireless auto syncing that auto deleted files after listening or at least moved out to holding area.

    AutoHotkey Community


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