V. the process of moving an idealistic group into a previously well-maintained public square or park; also the movement of any unwanted group onto any desirable property or personal space.
When is this occupation of North America by the Europeans going to end? I have some plans for lower Manhattan island that I'd like to get to.

Hey! Some random family is occupying our "slacker" table in the food court.

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    usually beginning when one enters college, said young person reads deep literature, searches for the meaning of life, and listens to college radio, all the while secretly becoming even more confused than when he/she was an lame 16 year old.

    the post-adolescent idealistic phase usually entails naive 18-20something year olds upholding hopeful, yet unrealistic morals. often, utopian dreams can be confused for "the truth."

    after the phase has ended, the young person must beware becoming highly hypocritical and/or jaded once life has slapped them around a bit.
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