September 13, 2006

not mean squat

Posted in verb at 9:55 am by Feng

squat — A small or worthless amount; diddlysquat [see squat]

On ‘Two and a half men’, Alan makes a decision on behalf of Charlie to let the maid live in the house. This pisses Charlie off as he owns the house but is not consulted. He angrily says to Alan: “This is my house. You stay in my house. Whatever you say does not mean squat.”

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