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English citations of tweeps
Noun: "(Internet, slang, plurale tantum) Twitter followers, especially one's own"
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- 2010 — Liz Fielding, Mistletoe and the Lost Stiletto, Harlequin (2010), ISBN 9781426874901, unnumbered page:
- Thanks for concern, tweeps.
- 2010 — Rick Mathieson, The On-Demand Brand: 10 Rules for Digital Marketing Success in an Anytime, Everywhere World, AMACOM (2010), ISBN 9780814415726, page xii:
- […] and when actor Ashton Kutcher became the first person to top 1 million Twitter followers, or "tweeps."
- 2010 — Tori Spelling, Uncharted TerriTORI, Gallery Books (2010), ISBN 9781439187715, page 75:
- "Star magazine says we have a loveless marriage." I told my tweeps not to believe it.
- 2012 — Leonard Sweet, Viral: How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival, WaterBrook Press (2012), ISBN 9780307459152, pages 64-65:
- I want my tweeps (people who follow me and whom I follow) either to smile after reading one of my tweets or to shake their heads and sing, "What a Tweep We Have in Jesus."