A micro-computer you swallow and it makes you cool.
Buy your squip and be cool.
by John V. May 29, 2004
1) In the book Be More Chill by Ned Vizzini, a "squip" is a tiny microcomputer that is ingested in pill form and travels to your brain, where it gives you instructions on how to be cool and/or popular. No such techonology yet exists (stuff somewhat similar in concept to this is being developed, though).
The squip is deactivated/destroyed by drinking Mountain Dew Code Red, the short-lived, highly caffenated Mountain Dew spinoff.

2)Originally, this idea was part of Ned Vizzini's largely sucessful (in some places, anyway), campaign to draw attention to his book, Be More Chill.
The campaign was based around the use of stickers that said "SQUIP? Google it.", which fans were encouraged to get for free off of his website and stick wherever they could.
As a result, many people did Google squip, and in the process stumble upon the book.
1) Some people really do wish they could have a squip.
2) "SQUIP? Google it."
by killerfiller February 23, 2006
a minicomputer in a pill form, that, when digested, talks to you and instructs you on how to be cool
a)the first thing my squip did was get me a girl
b) the squip turns you into a dick, or so "To Be More Chill" claims
by jeremy heere April 15, 2004
The art of having no discernible courage.
Pete was such a God damn squip on that slalom today
by jenno July 22, 2012
A consideration to either skip or quit something, normally only an aforethought to an action not followed through.
I almost squipped Con Law today.

I want to squip law school so badly.
by LawGirlU2013 January 24, 2011
A young boy, aged about 8-14. A derogatory term for a young boy whose demeanor tends towards those who are pushed around.
STFU, Squip. You suck at this game!
by x_401_err0r_x June 08, 2013
Means to whip or murk.

Look up squipper
Yo i will SQUIP you!
by Squipper March 20, 2004

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