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Definition funny of Torpy:
a really freakin weird dude who plays guitar, gets squished by people like david, and is generally just a freaky person. who plays guitar.
you've got to get torpy out of my salad dressing
The biggest fattest loser freak in all of azeroth, he sucks Rel's dick every single night. His mother is a prostitute. He loves screwing people out of loot so he can keep his circlejerk of officers to their their daily soggy biscuit routine.
Hey, I'm so glad I'm not a Torpy, that guy is the fattest loser on Barthilas and he doesn't even know who his father is.
someone who spends most of the day on a computer and looking like they havn't seen the sun in 5 years (due to excessive computer gaming) and acts as though he has as many friends in the real world as he does in his cyber world. Has an abnormally small head for his bodysize and arthritic hands from a strange fetish with rubix cubes. Also loves goosebumps books and often has wet dreams about their author steven king.
man, that dude is such a torpy. all he does is play world of warcraft.
mean. when describing someone or something as being mean, one would use the word torpy, referring to Torpy herself who is the epitome of unkindess and unfriendlyness.
Books about Torpy:
Torpy River 1:20k topo map 093I004(British Columbia) by Clover Point Cartographics Ltd. (Jan 1, 2005)
West Torpy River 1:20k topo map 093I003(British Columbia) by Clover Point Cartographics Ltd. (Jan 1, 2005)
Lessons of Kosovo: Minutes of Evidence, Wednesday 22 March 2000 - Vice Admiral Sir Ian Garnett; Air Commodore... by Defence Committee (May 22, 2000)
Wiki information Torpy:
Air Chief Marshal Sir Glenn Lester Torpy GCB, CBE, DSO is a retired senior Royal Air Force commander. He was a fast jet pilot in the late 1970s and 1980s, saw active service during the Gulf War and then went on to higher command. He was the air...
The Torpy River is a tributary of the Fraser River, rising in the Northern Rockies and the McGregor Range, a subdivision of the McGregor Plateau, and forming the boundary between the Rockies and the McGregor Plateau.