Top Definition
A vagina resembling a clown pocket. Large enough for one to squat and take a shit in like one would do on a camping trip in the woods.
John:Have you seen Jennifer's pussy man?

Mike:Yeah she's got a squat hole...I'd like to take her camping.

John:Yeah I want some captain D's too.
#squat #clown pocket #hole #vagina #toilet #twat #shit #captain d's
by Jaque MeHauffe October 16, 2009
Noun. A business or pleasure traveler, whom of sufficient frequent flyer airline status, knowingly attempts to trick unsuspecting travelers into switching seats, through ignorance, ineptitude, dawning of expensive noise cancelling headphones or other forms of trickery, such that said traveler can perform a modern day version of squatters rights, and sit in the aisle seat, of an airplane."
Verb. The act of tricking a passenger into switching seats through clever forms of trickery, dramatic rendition of ignorance or dumbfounded silence.
Adjective. A descriptive depiction of a frequent flyer who attempts to trick travelers into switching seats, but the airline status of said traveler is not known until discovered at a later point in time.
Usage noun. Overheard from the person sitting in seat 4B, "Some squathole was sitting in my seat, belittling me into believing seat 4B is the window seat. However, judging by his diamond medallion tag on his expensive luggage, he knew exactly, which seat was mine and which seat was his. I called the flight attendant over and she politely instructed the diamond medallion passenger to take seat 4A. Whatta Squathole!".
Usage verb. I squatholed my way into an aisle seat and slept like a baby. I mean seriously, some people shouldn't be sitting up here and the red eye from SFO to New York is serious business where aisles are the only way to go. That silver medallion, actually believed that 10C was the window! Read the diagram! But later in the flight, the silver medallion got up to go to the bathroom and spilled water on my seat. Squatholing ain't easy

Usage Adjective. That squathole flyer actually tried to separate my wife and I, until I reminded him, that we both booked aisle seats, across from each other. That squathole flyer tried to appear dumbfounded, but I knew the gig and pointed to the seat diagram, and slowly moved my finger to the diamond medallion tag, on his expensive ballistic grade luggage. The flight attendant addressed the Squathole by "Mr." followed by his surname and politely asked if he needed assistance in moving over.
by todamhyp May 19, 2016
Noun. A business or pleasure traveler, whom of sufficient frequent flyer airline status, knowingly attempts to trick unsuspecting travelers into switching seats, through ignorance, ineptitude, dawning of expensive noise cancelling headphones or other forms of trickery, such that said traveler can perform a modern day version of squatters rights, and sit in the aisle seat, of an airplane."
Verb. The act of tricking a passenger into switching seats through clever forms of trickery, dramatic rendition of ignorance or dumbfounded silence.
Adjective. A descriptive depiction of a frequent flyer who attempts to trick travelers into switching seats, but the airline status of said traveler is not known until discovered at a later point in time.
Usage noun. Overheard from the person sitting in seat 4B, "Some squathole was sitting in my seat, belittling me into believing seat 4B is the window seat. However, judging by his diamond medallion tag on his expensive luggage, he knew exactly, which seat was mine and which seat was his. I called the flight attendant over and she politely instructed the diamond medallion passenger to take seat 4A. Whatta Squathole!".
Usage verb. I squatholed my way into an aisle seat and slept like a baby. I mean seriously, some people shouldn't be sitting up here and the red eye from SFO to New York is serious business where aisles are the only way to go. That silver medallion, actually believed that 10C was the window! Read the diagram! But later in the flight, the silver medallion got up to go to the bathroom and spilled water on my seat. Squatholing ain't easy

Usage Adjective. That squathole flyer actually tried to separate my wife and I, until I reminded him, that we both booked aisle seats, across from each other. That squathole flyer tried to appear dumbfounded, but I knew the gig and pointed to the seat diagram, and slowly moved my finger to the diamond medallion tag, on his expensive ballistic grade luggage. The flight attendant addressed the Squathole by "Mr." followed by his surname and politely asked if he needed assistance in moving over.
by todamhyp May 19, 2016
Noun. A business or pleasure traveler, whom of sufficient frequent flyer airline status, knowingly attempts to trick unsuspecting travelers into switching seats, through ignorance, ineptitude, dawning of expensive noise cancelling headphones or other forms of trickery, such that said traveler can perform a modern day version of squatters rights, and sit in the aisle seat, of an airplane."
Verb. The act of tricking a passenger into switching seats through clever forms of trickery, dramatic rendition of ignorance or dumbfounded silence.
Adjective. A descriptive depiction of a frequent flyer who attempts to trick travelers into switching seats, but the airline status of said traveler is not known until discovered at a later point in time.
Usage noun. Overheard from the person sitting in seat 4B, "Some squathole was sitting in my seat, belittling me into believing seat 4B is the window seat. However, judging by his diamond medallion tag on his expensive luggage, he knew exactly, which seat was mine and which seat was his. I called the flight attendant over and she politely instructed the diamond medallion passenger to take seat 4A. Whatta Squathole!".
Usage verb. I squatholed my way into an aisle seat and slept like a baby. I mean seriously, some people shouldn't be sitting up here and the red eye from SFO to New York is serious business where aisles are the only way to go. That silver medallion, actually believed that 10C was the window! Read the diagram! But later in the flight, the silver medallion got up to go to the bathroom and spilled water on my seat. Squatholing ain't easy

Usage Adjective. That squathole flyer actually tried to separate my wife and I, until I reminded him, that we both booked aisle seats, across from each other. That squathole flyer tried to appear dumbfounded, but I knew the gig and pointed to the seat diagram, and slowly moved my finger to the diamond medallion tag, on his expensive ballistic grade luggage. The flight attendant addressed the Squathole by "Mr." followed by his surname and politely asked if he needed assistance in moving over.
by todamhyp May 19, 2016
Noun. A business or pleasure traveler, whom of sufficient frequent flyer airline status, knowingly attempts to trick unsuspecting travelers into switching seats, through ignorance, ineptitude, dawning of expensive noise cancelling headphones or other forms of trickery, such that said traveler can perform a modern day version of squatters rights, and sit in the aisle seat, of an airplane."
Verb. The act of tricking a passenger into switching seats through clever forms of trickery, dramatic rendition of ignorance or dumbfounded silence.
Adjective. A descriptive depiction of a frequent flyer who attempts to trick travelers into switching seats, but the airline status of said traveler is not known until discovered at a later point in time.
Usage noun. Overheard from the person sitting in seat 4B, "Some squathole was sitting in my seat, belittling me into believing seat 4B is the window seat. However, judging by his diamond medallion tag on his expensive luggage, he knew exactly, which seat was mine and which seat was his. I called the flight attendant over and she politely instructed the diamond medallion passenger to take seat 4A. Whatta Squathole!".
Usage verb. I squatholed my way into an aisle seat and slept like a baby. I mean seriously, some people shouldn't be sitting up here and the red eye from SFO to New York is serious business where aisles are the only way to go. That silver medallion, actually believed that 10C was the window! Read the diagram! But later in the flight, the silver medallion got up to go to the bathroom and spilled water on my seat. Squatholing ain't easy

Usage Adjective. That squathole flyer actually tried to separate my wife and I, until I reminded him, that we both booked aisle seats, across from each other. That squathole flyer tried to appear dumbfounded, but I knew the gig and pointed to the seat diagram, and slowly moved my finger to the diamond medallion tag, on his expensive ballistic grade luggage. The flight attendant addressed the Squathole by "Mr." followed by his surname and politely asked if he needed assistance in moving over.
by todamhyp May 19, 2016
Noun. A business or pleasure traveler, whom of sufficient frequent flyer airline status, knowingly attempts to trick unsuspecting travelers into switching seats, through ignorance, ineptitude, dawning of expensive noise cancelling headphones or other forms of trickery, such that said traveler can perform a modern day version of squatters rights, and sit in the aisle seat, of an airplane."
Verb. The act of tricking a passenger into switching seats through clever forms of trickery, dramatic rendition of ignorance or dumbfounded silence.
Adjective. A descriptive depiction of a frequent flyer who attempts to trick travelers into switching seats, but the airline status of said traveler is not known until discovered at a later point in time.
Usage noun. Overheard from the person sitting in seat 4B, "Some squathole was sitting in my seat, belittling me into believing seat 4B is the window seat. However, judging by his diamond medallion tag on his expensive luggage, he knew exactly, which seat was mine and which seat was his. I called the flight attendant over and she politely instructed the diamond medallion passenger to take seat 4A. Whatta Squathole!".
Usage verb. I squatholed my way into an aisle seat and slept like a baby. I mean seriously, some people shouldn't be sitting up here and the red eye from SFO to New York is serious business where aisles are the only way to go. That silver medallion, actually believed that 10C was the window! Read the diagram! But later in the flight, the silver medallion got up to go to the bathroom and spilled water on my seat. Squatholing ain't easy

Usage Adjective. That squathole flyer actually tried to separate my wife and I, until I reminded him, that we both booked aisle seats, across from each other. That squathole flyer tried to appear dumbfounded, but I knew the gig and pointed to the seat diagram, and slowly moved my finger to the diamond medallion tag, on his expensive ballistic grade luggage. The flight attendant addressed the Squathole by "Mr." followed by his surname and politely asked if he needed assistance in moving over.
by todamhyp May 19, 2016
Noun. A business or pleasure traveler, whom of sufficient frequent flyer airline status, knowingly attempts to trick unsuspecting travelers into switching seats, through ignorance, ineptitude, dawning of expensive noise cancelling headphones or other forms of trickery, such that said traveler can perform a modern day version of squatters rights, and sit in the aisle seat, of an airplane."
Verb. The act of tricking a passenger into switching seats through clever forms of trickery, dramatic rendition of ignorance or dumbfounded silence.
Adjective. A descriptive depiction of a frequent flyer who attempts to trick travelers into switching seats, but the airline status of said traveler is not known until discovered at a later point in time.
Usage noun. Overheard from the person sitting in seat 4B, "Some squathole was sitting in my seat, belittling me into believing seat 4B is the window seat. However, judging by his diamond medallion tag on his expensive luggage, he knew exactly, which seat was mine and which seat was his. I called the flight attendant over and she politely instructed the diamond medallion passenger to take seat 4A. Whatta Squathole!".
Usage verb. I squatholed my way into an aisle seat and slept like a baby. I mean seriously, some people shouldn't be sitting up here and the red eye from SFO to New York is serious business where aisles are the only way to go. That silver medallion, actually believed that 10C was the window! Read the diagram! But later in the flight, the silver medallion got up to go to the bathroom and spilled water on my seat. Squatholing ain't easy

Usage Adjective. That squathole flyer actually tried to separate my wife and I, until I reminded him, that we both booked aisle seats, across from each other. That squathole flyer tried to appear dumbfounded, but I knew the gig and pointed to the seat diagram, and slowly moved my finger to the diamond medallion tag, on his expensive ballistic grade luggage. The flight attendant addressed the Squathole by "Mr." followed by his surname and politely asked if he needed assistance in moving over.
by todamhyp May 19, 2016
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