Extreme exhibitions of silliness, stupdity, child-like behaviour, tomfoolery, shenanigans, capers, joking-around, monkey business, larking about, toungue-in-cheek leg-pulling and/or high-jinks - taken to the absolute extremes of good taste and socially acceptable behaviour but with good humour, a degree of intelligence and no ultimate malicious intent.

Derived from the word Twunt but not as rude or potentially offensive in its use as the root word itself.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart is 30 minutes of unadulterated twuntery.

I find all that twuntery quite amusing.

Parliament is a house of fools and has so much twuntery going on it is no wonder they can't run the country.
Por SevenT 15 de agosto de 2008
The art (and science) of being a twunt - and of all things twuntish. Extreme sillines. Foolishness. Good-humoured stupidity.


Similar usage to "tomfoolery" or "idiocy"
I have no time for that sort of twuntery!

He was skilled in Twuntery.

SevenT's Attention-Whoring Shack Of Totally Unadulterated Twuntery.
Por SevenT 10 de agosto de 2008

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