Definition: To squat and waddle (Merriam-Webster online)

Sample usage: “Grab that pig and squaddle under the barbed wire fence, would you?”

Popularity: In what world would you need to squat and waddle? And even if you did, why would you want to tell anyone what you’d done?

 

JAMES LILEKS

 

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