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What does "derp" mean?

Okay, on memebase there are so many things that say derp. What the firetruck does derp mean!? >:U

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The definition of DERP is "Reply to stupid comment or action"

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Ha ha, i think that it is just a stupid made up word that people use to sound funny... My sister and my cousin use "derp" and "herp" all of the time just to annoy people so i don't think it means anything

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It is just what to say when you have nothing to say. Derp also refers to someone in a rage comic usually the creator, who does not want to disclose their actual name. Also when there is a picture that is so random and funny words can not describe it, derp also works there. It's a hard word to pin down any sort of definition for.

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The family name of 'Herp'

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It's a name of the main guy in rage comics

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In social networking Derp could mean a lot of things like whatever, don't talk to me etc.. & it's also another word for Erks.

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Rain dance with syrup 24/7! I'm like a derp expert

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Gasp... Lauren shut up... Shes my best friend invade anyone is wondering
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Incase*
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I'm not just mean... I'm a mean expert
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Wow. That convo was derp... xP ;D
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Aw thanks!!!! :)
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Are you people serious I thought every one know after the Rage comic would use it. IT MEANS Dont Ever Rape People????

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LOL dude no XD
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