Widely adaptable large unit of measure. Generally speaking, take an amount of something that an average person may have and add a shitload more to it. This results in a shit-ton.
Kilby has a shit-ton of old NES games.
Por WallyFro 10 de marzo de 2003
a lot
I have a shit ton of beers in my fridge.
Por King Festus 21 de agosto de 2003
A Shit-ton is equivalent to 24 metric assloads, or 1/10th of a fuck-ton.

Used to measure un-quantifiable amounts of something. Although it can be used in the measurement of very large people it actually is not a unit of weight.
Bad Usage:

That guy must weigh a shit-ton.

Good Usage:
I just payed a shit-ton more money switching to Geico AND it took 20 minutes.
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A shit-ton of thought went into this definition.
Por MastaFlava 16 de febrero de 2010
An ambibously large number, larger than a crapton, but less than a holyfuckton
Well the original had 29,000 transistors, and the P4 has about 55 million... so to sum it up... a shitton
Por Celt 10 de junio de 2003
Defined literally as 20 hundredshits, where one hundredshit equals 112 shits in the Imperial System (long or gross hundredshit) and 100 shits in the U.S. System (short or net hundredshit). Furthermore, a shit-ton-force refers to 2,000 shit forces, which is a hell of a lot (i.e. a shit-ton) of Newtons.
"We just received a shit-ton of corned beef from Europe."
Por NearLight 24 de octubre de 2008
1. A large quantity
2. A quantity beyond measure
That is a shit-ton of homework.
Por |KPF|Batman 11 de marzo de 2009
538.4 pounds
The average American Male weighs 189.8lbs, a ton is 2000lbs, so a ton of humans is 2000/189.8=10.5 people. If human fecal matter is .27lbs on average, then for a ton of men, a Shit-Ton is 2.8 people, or 538.4lbs. This number is also attainable by taking 2000, the number of lbs in a Shit-Ton, and multiplying .2692 pounds, yielding 538.4, the average weight of a Shit-Ton. With two different formula's yielding identical answers, I here by submit the average weight of a Shit-Ton to be 538.4 pounds.
Por LastSaneOne 21 de abril de 2011

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