adj. same as up shit creek, but sounds better and is easier to say.
I was up a creek when the bill collector came.
by fizzle April 11, 2004
You either pass this this course or you'll be swimming up the creek.
by Anonymous August 17, 2003
A celebratory statement that means "good shit". Almost always accompanied with an upwards fist pump.
Did you see the tattoo on Vaughnie's ass? It's "Up The Creek".
by Bioshocker April 27, 2012
To say that someone is up shit creek is to imply that he or she or it is in real jam.
I didn't study for my final exam; I'm up shit creek.
by Cranberry Bob January 13, 2020
To be in deep trouble with no solution.
(It's actually "Up shit creek without a paddle" --- scans better than "with no paddle."
There he was with two nickel bags and the narcs at the door. He knew he was up shit creek without a paddle.
by M. Bridger October 30, 2003
To be in a bad situation which is either slowly or rapidly getting worse with no evident way out. Should you be armed with a paddle, you still, typically, have a slow long recovery

see shitty
As soon as the principal saw the smirnoff bottle in my hand, I knew that I was "up shit creek"
by chris unger April 22, 2004
To be in an undesirable place, or to be in trouble. A contraction of "Up shit creek without a paddle." It can be made to define even more extreme circumstances by adding the suffix "with the repo men on the shore waiting for the boat"
"I was up Shit Creek without a paddle, and the repo men were waiting on the shore for the boat."
by Syndustry August 1, 2005