A common misinterpretation of the phrase "pop a squat" which results in its personification.

In the phrase, the words "Pop a" are heard as "Papa," where "Papa" is defined as "Father."

After internalizing the definition, it becomes acceptable to use the phrase "Father Squat" interchangeably with "Papa Squat."
Vivian: "I'm tired of standing, let's pop a squat"
Marcus: "Who is Papa Squat?"
Vivian: "haha"
Marcus: (after internalizing his mistake) "Okay, we can Father Squat"
by MJecks December 06, 2010

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