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  • I came to the realization that wrestling is a form of entertainment and began watching again, now as a smark, which is someone who understands the realities behind professional wrestling, but chooses to be a fan anyway, even going so far as to suspend disbelief from time to time.


  • Must see for anyone who likes quick, smark comidy.

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  • We are also amazed at all the “smark cookies” who post here, as my dad would say. s243a

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  • LOL … yes it goes down as the funniest and the day she said it i text messaged my best friend in disbelief of what she had said my smark aleck girlfriend texted me back "well mom, what are you waiting on get it on back in there where you belong!!!"

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  • As much as anything, this entire back-and-forth was a good reminder for me that it's just not smart, not to mention nice, to say anything that seems to openly disparage the hard work that other smark folks are doing in the industry. News

  • Also, I take it the wrestling aspect is really more of a subplot and this isn’t a “smark” movie like “Beyond the Mat”?


  • Einstein himself is said to have remarked, ‘It’s not that I’m so smark.

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  • In professional wrestling, there’s the word “smark,” which can either mean someone who thinks they know what’s real in pro wrestling but doesn’t, or someone who does know what’s real in pro wrestling, but pretends not to.

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  • Since smark means snot (in Polish): a snotty or smartass remark.

    April 26, 2008

  • Professional wrestling term used to describe 'smart fans' or 'fans who are in the know'.

    April 24, 2008