noun. A gross, freaky, ishy, disturbing state of affairs that is also sick, bad, wrong, and not of the Lord.
Related terms: squickage, squickery, squickitude.
Real citation: "Sorry--this is supposed to be the back-story to the Star Wars movies. Obi-wan Kenobi was DV's teacher and (after some kind of epic struggle) dumped him into a volcano. Only the power of the Dark side of the Force is keeping him alive, but he still needs the breathing apparatus. If I recall correctly, there is a brief shot of him putting the helmet on in one of the movies, with a glimpse of some serious squickosity."
(Manny Olds, Dec. 18, 1995, http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.arts.bodyart/msg/e58ef7989e1cbcab?hl=en)
Made-up citation: “Ah…I remember the glimpse of DV’s head as more orgasmitude than squickosity. For the true squick experience, a glimpse of Natalie Portman’s acting is all that is required.”