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My word is “squadouche,” which basically means “nothing.” Don’t really know where I heard it from... But basically used in the context, “Hey dude, what’d you get at the store today?” “Squadouche! I didn’t get anything.” I work in a kitchen, and sometimes you have to be loud to get your point across, especially when it gets hectic. If someone asks you to do something, you can just shout “Squadouche!” They will know you can’t do it. I think I heard it for the first time in a casino; some guy lost a bunch of money and I heard him say, “I’m going home with squadouche.” I hope that didn’t mean he caught something.

Robert Adam | Age: 35 | Occupation: Chef | Lives: Santee

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