to talk down, insult or straightout downgrade another persons capacity to live or perform an activity. commonly used on sporting fields, school yard bust ups, or between friends.
blacktown boy to hills opposition chirp: mate might aswell march your mother on the field, she would have a better chance of scoring
by d_tizzle May 24, 2009
When someone tries to be funny around a group of people and no one laughs. You can also get chirped even if you don't mean to be funny. This idea was taken from when comedians tell jokes and it is very silent so you hear the crickets chirping.
by Manson55569 July 16, 2011