Seriously, do I need to say anything more?

wea·sel
ˈwēzəl/
noun
noun: weasel; plural noun: weasels
  1. 1.
    a small, slender, carnivorous mammal related to, but generally smaller than, the stoat.
  2. 2.
    informal
    a deceitful or treacherous person.
    synonyms: scoundrel, wretch, rogue;

    informalswine, bastard, creep, louse, rat, ratfink, toad, snake, snake in the grass, serpent, viper, skunk, dog, cur, scumbag, scumbucket, scuzzball, sleazeball, sleazebag, slimeball, sneak, backstabber, heel, nogoodnik, nasty piece of work;
    datedcad;
    “he was a double-crossing weasel”
verb
verb: weasel; 3rd person present: weasels; past tense: weaselled; past participle: weaselled; gerund or present participle: weaselling; past tense: weaseled; past participle: weaseled; gerund or present participle: weaseling
  1. 1.
    achieve something by use of cunning or deceit.
    “she suspects me of trying to weasel my way into his affections”
    • North American
      behave or talk evasively.
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