Chirp

What does Chirp mean as slang?

To ‘Chirp’ is to ‘Insult’

When someone uses the slang term ‘Chirp’, they’re generally mocking or dissing another person. It’s like saying they’re throwing insults that are as pointless and irritating as a bird’s constant chirping.

If you’re on the receiving end of a chirp, you might feel that the insult is just as insignificant as a bird’s chirp. It’s just noise that doesn’t mean much.

Now, if you want to deal with someone who’s chirping at you, there are a couple of ways you can respond. One way is to simply tell them to stop. You can say something like, “Quit your chirping.”

Another approach is to retaliate or ‘clap back’ at the person who is chirping. But remember, as the old saying goes, a chirp for a chirp might just result in everyone going deaf. This means that engaging in back-and-forth insults doesn’t usually solve anything, it just escalates the situation.

Example for using ‘Chirp’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear what Lisa said about my new haircut?

Yeah, she totally chirped you. But don’t let it bother you, it looks great!

Thanks, I won’t pay attention to her chirps.

That’s the spirit! Rise above the chirps and keep rocking your new style.