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Which do you use? I've never even heard "cop a squat" until that thread. The only definitions I can find are out of the Urban Dictionary. Both definitions are the same. Also, I've never used "Pop a squat" to tell someone to sit. I've only ever used it in terms of peeing outside. I'm wondering if this could be a regional thing, like coke, soda, and pop. Oh shoot! I missed that thread.
Has anyone been able to prove which phrase came first? I'm going to do some Google research to try to find out. Whichever came first will be the winner. For now, I'm team "pop a squat". Thank you for this. There's a special joy in being told you're wrong and then finding out you were correct all along! I'm from the south everyone here says pop a squat and it's used in terms of telling someone to have a seat. When peeing outside we say gotta go behind the bush lol! The educational health content on What To Expect is reviewed by our medical review board and team of experts to be up-to-date and in line with the latest evidence-based medical information and accepted health guidelines, including the medically reviewed What to Expect books by Heidi Murkoff.
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Learn more about our guidelines Just so you know, What to Expect may make commissions on shopping links on this . This discussion is archived and locked for posting. Archived discussions are usually a bit older and not as active as other community content. Newest First. DoubLL, I use "Pop a squat". DoubLL, Sorry, this content has been deleted. DoubLL, I don't personally use either phrase, but I thought it was "pop a squat.
DoubLL, I have only ever used pop a squat. And also only when referring to peeing outside. DoubLL, Do a what with a squat?!? From the UK- not heard either of these phrases. DoubLL, Thank you for this. DoubLL, I'm from the south everyone here says pop a squat and it's used in terms of telling someone to have a seat.
I've only heard pop a squat, and only in reference to peeling outdoors. Your Guide to the First Trimester of Pregnancy. Your Guide to the Second Trimester of Pregnancy. WTE Must Re. Jump to Your Week of Pregnancy. Pregnancy Week. Trending On What to Expect. Please whitelist our site to get all the best deals and offers from our partners. Moms Discuss Family Planning. Follow us on.Popped a squat
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