urban

Definition funny of Cheep:

urbanCheeps are Jacquie's version of "Peeps", which are marshmallow bunnies, ducks, or chickens. They're much cooler, ghetto-er, and tastier than Big Webb's stupid Peeps.

urbanThe uber marshmallowness of the Cheeps pwned the crappiness of the Peeps.

songs

Songs about Cheep:

songsChirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Middle Of The Road from the Album Best Of

songsChirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Mac Katie Kissoon from the Album The Greatest Oldies, Vol. 4

songsChirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Mac And Katie Kissoon from the Album 100 Funny Favorites

songsI'm Into Something Good / Simon Says / Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Jive Bunny And The Mastermixers from the Album Jive Bunny Triple Tracker: I'm Into Something Good / Simon Says / Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep

songsChirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Mac And Katie Kissoon from the Album Let's Have Fun!

songsChirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Mac And Katie Kissoon from the Album 36 Funny Wacky Favorites

songsChirpy Chirpy Cheep (N.R.G. Trouble Remix) by Pure Energy from the Album Popcorn Party Compilation

books

Books about Cheep:

booksHomes for Rent-Cheep! (Leisure Arts #22609) by Elizabeth Scesniak (Oct 1, 2006)

booksJust Moms : A Mother by Any Other Squawk, Cheep, Yip or Mew Is Still as Sweet by Bonnie Louise Kuchler (Nov 2001)

booksCheep! Cheep! by Julie Stiegemeyer and Carol Baicker-McKee (Mar 7, 2006)

booksMerry Christmas, Cheeps! by Julie Stiegemeyer and Carol Baicker-McKee (Oct 2, 2007)

booksCount with Maisy, Cheep, Cheep, Cheep! by Lucy Cousins (Feb 24, 2015)

booksBuilding a Backyard Chicken Coop on the "Cheep": Volume 1 : An Urban Farming Guide (Urban Farming Simplified) by Seth W. Ralph and Kim M. Ralph (May 28, 2013)

booksIcemaker Repair (Cheep and Easy) by Douglas Emley (Nov 1998)

wiki

Wiki information Cheep:

Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
Musical Recording, Canonical Version, Cataloged instance

Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
Composition, Cataloged instance

"Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep" is a song recorded in early 1971 by its composer Lally Stott, and made popular later that year by Scottish band Middle of the Road for whom it was a UK number one chart hit. That version is one of the fewer than forty...