To lose all human control and revert back to one's simian roots. Usually resulting from seeing an attractive woman or, if you are a comic book fan, a mint copy of The Avengers #1.
Did you see that girl at the club that I was talking to last night? I was really chimping for her.
Mark looked at the woman and began to chimp heavily.
The chimp tried to answer journalists questions today... what a laugh
To review an image on the LCD screen of a digital camera after taking a photograph. In common usage among press photographers. The act was dubbed chimping after photographers were caught making monkey-like noises when they reviewed a good shot in their cameras.
1. The photographer chimped his double-play shots from the first base photo position.
2. The photographer was caught chimping on the sideline after a play and missed the interception shot.
Somebody who's freakin' out and needs to chill. Can be used as a verb, noun or adjective.
"Yo I just ate weed brownies and I'm hella chimped."
Person A- "Wanna hang with Brian tonight?"
Person B- "Nah, that dude's a chimp."
Person A- "Ahhh oh no (insert complaint about whatever)!
Person B- "Yooo quit chimpin'."
Person A- "Woah... you're right. I need to chill."
Person A- "Word."
Infantile or mischeivous individual. A person with a childlike sense of humour.
Stop being such a chimp
Can be used as either a noun or a verb. As a noun, chimp describes someone who departs from a public house or club early to return to one's domicile. This could be for a variety of reasons: too ripped up
to continue drinking, being ejected by bouncers (a corollary of being ripped) or being under the thumb. The verbal form is used to describe this act of baling out early: thus 'to chimp out'.
chimped out again last night. He is such a chimp.