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twirp

and twerp (tʍɚp)
n. an annoying runt of a person. (Also a term of address.) Some little twerp threatened to kick me in the shin.

twerp

verb
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Now our world is shaped by think tanks - vacuous waffle shops staffed by twerps, or "wonks" as they liked to call themselves, which, give or take a letter, is about right.
Now there are two types of manager on Virgin Trains: the first would recognise the validity of such a protest; the other 99% are jumped-up twerps. On Sunday night I got the High Priest of twerps.
They're facing a tag team of twerps. The childish squealing alone would try the patience of Gaby Roslin.
Hollywood stars are far too cool to make utter twerps of themselves in public?
Words can't quite express the thrill when you hear Prokofiev's Dance Of The Knights, heralding another 12 weeks of watching 16 jumped-up little twerps making utter pillocks of themselves on national TV.
Especially when the victims are over-rated twerps who found their true love in their mirrors...So how about arranging one for Ben Elton next week?
Tall, untalented twerps like Tim Vincent and Steve Backley, meanwhile, are dragged round by their female partners and do virtually no actual dancing whatsoever.
BIG BROTHER proves that you need more than ten tedious twerps locked in a house to make an interesting programme.
I would just like to remind the well-intentioned twerps who dreamt up this idea that we are means testing pensioners, our NHS is buckling, house prices are soaring, social housing is to be curtailed, we're turning out school kids unfit for employment and because our borders are porous we're playing host to between 500,000 and one million illegal immigrants.
They're a wishy-washy woolly party of right-on twerps who at the end of the day have speared themselves spectacularly on their own sanctimonious standards.