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Definition funny of Criddle:
v. To position one's self within a social setting such that one makes no meaningful contribution.
I'm just gonna go criddle over here for a bit. Look at that dude. He's criddling so hard over there. Hey, what are you doing? I'm just criddlin'.
yeah, I had to criddle that shit...
To rummage through and steal other peoples belongings, while high on Meth, they say its not stealing its criddleing.
The piece of shit sucked up tweeker that is riding around on a bicycle that he stole from some college kid that paid a 1,000 dollars or more for it that he spray painted black. who is unable to comprehend that criddle is stealing and yes he is a fucking Nigger.
To accidentally tarnish oneself while making a statement which is intended to be either humorous or offensive to another
Songs about Criddle:
On My Way (feat. Kirby Dominant and Kirby Criddle) by Factor from the Album Chandelier [Explicit]
Sorry Miss ft. Kirby Criddle by Gram and G.A.M. (Cam The Wizzard, Factor and Subtitle) Cam from the Album Cam, Gram and G.A.M. - Party Till Your Body Stops
Books about Criddle:
Criddle: Webster's Timeline History, 1865 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)
Spectral and Chemical Characterization of Organic Compound. A laboratory handbook. 2nd Edition. By Criddle and... by Criddle & Ellis (1980)
Norman Criddle: pioneer entomologist of the prairies.(Biography): An article from: Manitoba History by Neil J. Holliday (Apr 20, 2006)
Biography - Criddle, Joan D(ewey) (1935-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)
Emergency & Critical Care Pocket Guide- 7th ed. 7th (seventh) edition by Paula Derr, Laura Criddle published by... (Apr 30, 2011)
And Six Sons Went to War: The Family of James and Emma Criddle
Criddle-de-diddle-en... A biographical history of the Criddles of Aweme : Manitoba pioneers of the 1880s by Alma Criddle (1973)
Wiki information Criddle:
Deborah Criddle MBE is a British para-equestrian who won three gold medals at the 2004 Summer Paralympics and three medals at the 2012 Summer Paralympics.
Norman Criddle, born in 1875 in Addlestone, Surrey, England, died in 1933 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, was an entomologist active in the early development of control strategies for agriculturally important grasshoppers in the prairie croplands of...