yolpie

Meaning : 1. A derogatory term for a privileged college student that fronts as an online executive.
2. An online young urban professional (yuppie).
3. A dweezel, not to be confused with a marshy.

Example : Those stupid yolpies have blocked traffic with their egos again.

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