party girl, sorority girl, shallow girl. Plural form, bippytwats. Can not be used as an adjective. More often used in place of a proper noun when speaking of materialistic women, aged 13-29 years old.
"I'm down to earth, I don't hang out at malls or talk about shoes like a bippytwat."
"All that bippytwat ever wears is pink."
A shallow, generally annoying young woman, overwhelmingly preoccupied with typically female concerns such as makeup, gossip, and weddings, which leads to lack of toughness and originality, and may even cause "helpless girl syndrome", a disease known to strand women with flat tires and light bulbs that need changing. A bippy twat is also notably marked by cattiness, particularly an unwillingness to get along with other, unfamiliar women, especially attractive ones. Often a bippy twat fits the stereotype of a sorority girl, or the image of a "bitch's bitch", as described by Andre 2000
of the hip-hop group Outkast
in the song "Roses
The bippy twat left the camping trip in a fit of disgust due to the lack of cell phone service, modern plumbing, starbucks, and people to wait on her, her high heels sticking in the dirt with every step she took.
An over-enthusiastic, dumb, naieve, annoying, loud, squealy, MTV generation teenage chick that will do anything stupid to be the center of attention. Everyone's brother, cousin, boyfriend, best friend has dated or slept with one- and regretted it.
-That bippytwat is gonna get it if she doesn't get her hands off my boyfriend.
That dumbass bipppytwat girlfriend of yours has got your ass WHIPPED!
1. A female lacking in any redeeming qualities that make them capable of thinking of anyone but themselves.
2. An ABERRANTLY stupid female (meaning all females carry the stupid gene, a bippy twat is unusually and exceedingly stupid)
3. A blonde
Stop stealing my air for your vapid head you rapacious bippy twat! Wear ear plugs so you don't leak.
The people you see in front of cofee houses talking on their phones, acting like pretentious idiots, talking like "valley people"
"I, like totally know what you are talking about. I read it in a book somewhere."