- v. present participle of twat.
“But be warned – if you do ever find yourself blurting out "fastest fingers first!" like some kind of twatting parrot in front of Chris Tarrant, you have to accept the repercussions.”
“Turns out, on July 10th, some cisgendered, homophobic snot at Readercon was twatting rude little missives about my person (that's only one thing that led to yesterday being a shitty day).”
“I suppose I should go finish my coffee, stare out at the clouds, see what people are twatting over at Twitter (greygirlbeast), maybe hurt myself with a fork.”
“And yeah, I'm still twatting (tweeting, whatever).”
“Today, I'll be twatting micro-excerpt #14 from The Red Tree, at greygirlbeast.”
“All three new offences carry a range of on-the spot penalties, ranging from a damn good twatting with a riot baton up to the application of police dogs, tasers, pepper-spray and firearms at the discretion of the officer doing the beating.”
“Yes, Woffle, we love twatting people with our big sticks; there is nothing we like more.”
“But if everyone thinks they can kill with one punch, they just end up twatting other people for no real reason.”
“Because I have enough to think about other than what douchebags on twitter are tweet twatting about.”
“Of all the stupid, nobsacky, preposterous, self-important, overblown twatting songs he could have picked, the smug little turd decided to sing My Way.”
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