No man you’re my peeps as in you are my people. It is a term of endearment, like what you call family and friends.Hey Walter, just wanted to share a thought with you. I consulted in a school district where 1 principal referred to the building staff as her peeps. Almost everyone found that offensive (like she was the mother hen and staff her children). It was the only time I,personally, ever heard peeps used to in that manner. But to each their own said the old lady who kissed the cow.
To your question, I clean my pistols when I get back from the range which is kind of the same as cleaning before you go. I know you don’t have to clean that much, I do it because I enjoy it.