something that you call someone who is anoying or a complete asshole
man that guy over there is sucha a F***ing twit
an acronym, standing for Trophy Wives In Training and referring to rich, snobby young girls with absolutely no substance whose only goal in life is to become a celebrated wife to a rich man.
I love going to professional tennis tournaments, but I hate all the young twits running around.
A word originating from British English used to describe a stupid, idiotic, dimwited, or lacking-common-sense person.
She was such a twit; her enquiry was one of the dumbest I've ever heard. Why would one ask where the wc is in the middle of a lecture?
TWiT: stands for "this WEEK in TECH,” a weekly podcast
centering on technology news. The podcast is hosted by Leo Laporte
(former host of The Screen Savers
) who is joined by a rotating list of panelists. Most of the key members have at one point been associated with or employed by what was TechTV
. Regulars include: Patrick Norton
, Roger Chang, David Prager, John C. Dvorak, Kevin Rose
, Robert Heron, and Joshua "Yoshi" DeHerrera. Slogans: “Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech” and “Combining a mind-numbing commitment to tech news with surprisingly valuable information.” Episodes are also referred to as TWiTcasts and the show’s devoted listeners are known as the “TWiT Army.”
The last episode of TWiT was late, but it was worth the wait.
I just downloaded the new TWiTcast and it sounds great since they stopped recording from Skype
Short for ,
That's what I was/am Thinking
Usually uttered when you realize that you and the person/s you are talking/hanging out with have the exact same thought, at the same time.
T....I'm hungry...lets get some dinner
L.....Dude, thats what I was thinking
T & L Twit! thats what I was thinking
A weak spot in the yarn caused by uneven spinning; some of us are more unevenly spun than others.
Helen is a real twit; she thinks an oxymoron
is a dumb cow.
Acronym for "This Week in Tech". "tWiT" is "America's most listened to podcast and winner of the 2005 People's Choice Podcast Award".
The podcast was created by Leo Laporte who "hosts the show, produces it, edits it, runs the web site, collects the money, pays the TWiTs, and eats crow when the show is late. You can read his biography at his personal web site.
Leo's co-host on The (late lamented) Screen Savers for many years was Patrick Norton.
Kevin Rose, the last host of The Screen Savers, currently produces and stars in systm - an Internet-only TV show created by his web TV company, Revison3. Learn more on his personal web site.
Kevin, Patrick, and Leo are principals in TWiT LLC.
Joining them each week is a rotating cast of TWiTs, all former TechTV hosts, including:
John C. Dvorak
Other regulars include:
You can download Leo's podcast "tWit" at twit.tv, the iTunes directory, or using a program such as ipodderX.
Something akin to a nerd; someone who is very unhip and also oblivious to the fact that they are. Like a guy wearing shorts and black socks with a camera hanging from his neck walking around Disneyworld with his twitty wife and twit kids.
Look at those twits playing jarts in their back yard.