“There's quite a strong contrast between the tragic drama of the first half and the slightly magical comedy of the resolution, and I was surprised at the number of snickers from the audience at some of the earlier lines which seemed to me dramatic rather than humorous.”
“Because whatever else The Social Network is -- a darkly (and darkly-lit) movie, well-acted throughout (kudos to dynamic Justin Timberlake), at times fun, witty and entertaining (the mere mention of the Facebook "wall" drew snickers from the audience) -- the film represents the biggest culmination yet of old media's disdain and misreading of new media.”
“McGwire answered again that he was "not here to talk about the past," eliciting snickers from the gallery.”
“What would a diebetic call a snickers when their blood sugar drops to 50?”
“Over on the forums, when someone brings up Children's Week, he just kind of snickers and avoids the topic.”
“Genesis passage, causing "snickers," Schoenberg writes.”
“Polly took great joy in teaching it to her uncle, but when, himself questing for some of this genial flood of life that bathed about his brother, Frederick essayed the song, he noted suppressed glee on the part of his listeners, which increased, through giggles and snickers, to a great outburst of laughter.”
“Such a simple idea, and yet it gets all balled up in ways that invite snickers at local pettiness until we are reminded again that when "Parks" appears to be sending up the good, quaint folk of Pawnee, it is really pointing a finger of fun at all of us.”
“Democrats and some pundits tee-hee about the "dwarfs" in this race, but perhaps their snickers are premature.”
“I cannot even look at a snickers bar without laughing.”
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