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Definition funny of Thrupp:
To forcefully jab a thumb up an arsehole.
1: Dude, my ass stings this morning, and my hand stinks. 2: Does your thumb ache? 1: Yeah, real bad. 2: You've been thrupping again, stupid bastard.
Probably the best last name ever. Word used when referring to something or someone awesome.
Wow, that guy is such a Thrupp!
Books about Thrupp:
Thoughts for the Day [By D.a. Thrupp]. by Dorothy Anne Thrupp (Aug 31, 2012)
Psalms and Hymns for Public Worship, Selected and Ed. by J.F. Thrupp by Anonymous (Jun 4, 2011)
Psalms and hymns for public worship, selected and ed. by J.F. Thrupp by Joseph Francis Thrupp (Sep 13, 2013)
Psalms and Hymns for Public Worship, Selected and Ed. by J.F. Thrupp by Anonymous (Jan 11, 2010)
List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest, district of Stroud, Gloucestershire, parishes... by No author given (1988)
The Song of Songs : a Revised Translation with Introduction and Commentary / by Joseph Francis Thrupp by JOSEPH FRANCIS (1827-1867) THRUPP (Jan 1, 1862)
Miss Thrupp Visited: Some History and Reminiscences of a Village School by Anne Knee (Jul 1984)
Wiki information Thrupp:
Thrupp is a hamlet just north of Kidlington in Oxfordshire. It is beside the Oxford Canal and close to the River Cherwell.
Thrupp & Maberly was a British coachbuilding business based in the West End of London, England. Coach-makers to Queen Victoria they operated for more than two centuries until 1967 when they closed while in the ownership of Rootes Group.