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2 definitions by Mega-Arper

 
1.
Arpa is a Swedish version of the verb of the word arp. In English (both American, British, Australian and Catholic) it would be simply "to arp" (see arping). Local variations may differ, and words such as "tooarp" or even something as utterly ridiculous as "twarp" may or may not enter some regional cognitive consciousness.
Question:
What are you doing in Italy with no money, no plan at all, not checking the destinations of the trains you get on and meeting somebody you don't even know for coffee (at his place)?

Answer:
I'm arping! Or, in Swedish, Jag arpar runt! And everything is perfectly fine but not necessarily divinely harmonious!
by Mega-Arper January 15, 2009
 
2.
arp
A general state of mild (or severe) mental or emotional (though not spiritual) confusion that is deeply accepted, and perhaps even liked, by the confused entity itself.
I don't know what I'm doing, I don't know what I'm talking about and I don't know what's going to happen next; really, I don't know what I do or don't know! And all of this is perfectly fine in a way I can't even begin to comprehend!

Arp?
by Mega-Arper January 15, 2009