Shi•cle [shy-kuhl] noun, verb, -cled, -cling.
1. any shitty round or series of occurrences that repeats or is repeated.
2. a recurring period of time in which certain shitty events or phenomena repeat themselves in the same order and at the same intervals.
Use shicle in a sentence>
My period came on the 45th day of my shicle this month.
Last week, I shicled all the way to the fertility clinic.
They told me to come back at the end of this shicle.
I feel like I'm shicling in circles and not getting anywhere.
Middle English: shite
BumpMister: CD 45: "wow, what a shitty cycle. it's a shicle. haha."