Unfortunately, he's an attention-seeking little twerp
who is also a Sinn Fein MP (who, like his colleagues in party, somewhat pointlessly and self-defeatingly doesn't take his seat in the Houses of Parliament).
He might not realise it, but he is and makes himself out to be a right twerp
To freeze out a player just because his agent is a twerp
is not principled, it is petty.
Who the hell does the jumped-up tattooed twerp
think he is?
Contrary to the belief we are clawing each other's eyes out backstage, we are actually incredibly friendly" Sky TV presenter Kay Burley on women in the media "Who the hell does the jumped-up tattooed twerp
think he is?
I'm just surprised that after being daft enough to marry that trumped-up little twerp
she didn't do it sooner.
This companion to Twerp
provides an engaging story about friendship, and explores connections between people.
The book (a sequel to Twerp
[Random House, 2013] that can be read as a standalone) has some funny parts, such as when Jules is wrongly punished for defacing a painting of a Quaker house: he hands in bogus essays for his punishment until the school principal threatens to remove him from the accelerated program.
The sequel to Twerp
continues with language that is simple and accessible but packs a punch, especially when dealing with the sensitive topic of cancer.
Cardinal Burns also recasts Banksy as the risible twerp
you suspect he truly is and, in Young Dreams, skewers the artificial world of Made In Chelsea.
THERE was a point in the 5ive gig where I couldn't help but think back to Blackadder Goes Forth, and the music hall episode in which Stephen Fry proclaims: "The Three Twerps
were one Twerp
short - again
They've got Antwerp but we've got Malcolm Rifkind - an even bigger twerp