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2.
an obnoxious little runt
Someone put a lid on that little twerp.
by moris February 24, 2003
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1.
A younger kid that is an annoying pest.
That twerp just stole my sandwich!
by Jon November 10, 2004
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3.
Ash Ketchum and any of his friends, according to Jessie, James, and Meowth.
Jessie: Oh no, it's the twerps! Time to get that Pikachu...
by sysvjbjr August 20, 2010
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4.
Justin Bieber
annoying "twerp" with a high pitch squel in your ear when you wake up in the morning feeling digusted to hear a pre-pubed boy singin and prancin like a balet and fat viking singin chick type combined.
by I-H8-U September 05, 2012
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5.
A Short annoying person. Usually a younger person.
Dude, your little sister is a twerp!
AKA Mitra Yosri

by Conraken April 14, 2009
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6.
According to the late Kurt Vonnegut, a twerp is someone who shoves false teeth up his rear end and bites the buttons off of the back seats of taxi cabs.
That Luddite over there is a real twerp.
by VonnegutFan September 12, 2010
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According to Kurt Vonnegut, a twerp is a guy who:

(1) sticks a set of false teeth up his butt and bites the buttons off the back seats of taxicabs. (Not to be confused with a "snarf");
(2) hasn't read either Ambrose Bierce's "Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" or Alexis de Tocqueville's "Democracy in America".
"Do you know what a twerp is? When I was in Shortridge High School in Indianapolis 65 years ago, a twerp was a guy who stuck a set of false teeth up his butt and bit the buttons off the back seats of taxicabs. (And a snarf was a guy who sniffed the seats of girls' bicycles.)

"And I consider anybody a twerp who hasn't read the greatest American short story, which is "Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge", by Ambrose Bierce. . . . It is a flawless example of American genius, like "Sophisticated Lady" by Duke Ellington or the Franklin stove.

"I consider anybody a twerp who hasn't read "Democracy in America" by Alexis de Tocqueville. There can never be a better book than that one on the strengths and vulnerabilities inherent in our form of government."

-- Kurt Vonnegut, in "A Man Without a Country".
by Dinkum July 08, 2013
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