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Definition of information squirrel

information squirrel


  • Someone who obtains and hoards information or data on a subject and stores it away electronically (on a computer) or physically (as in a file drawer), whether or not they will ever look at it or use it ever again.
    Terry became an information squirrel when shopping for her upcoming online purchase and printed 166 pages of the research that she had done.

    Last edited on Jul 31 2018. Submitted by bobhurd3d on Jul 26 2018.

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Other terms relating to 'information':

Definitions include: acronym for "for your information."
Definitions include: the internet.
Definitions include: acronym for "too much information".
Definitions include: acronym for "way TMI", i.e. "way too much information".

Other terms relating to 'squirrel':

Definitions include: to need to defecate.
Definitions include: very nutty, i.e. very crazy.
Definitions include: genitalia.
Definitions include: to store for future use.
Definitions include: attractive females.
Definitions include: really stank.

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