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- v. to make the noise of an animal (such as a pig) eating
- v. to eat greedily
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Doesn't 'snarfle' sound too much like 'snarkling'?
January 30, 2008 at 1:44 pm i gibs you mai choklit! iz not safe foar me to drinks when i read yur commints. dey maeks me snarfle wateber iz drinkin!
Believe me, Dash said with an elaborate snarfle of phlegm.
One teacher friend of mine told me that on Monday morning, some of the students really snarfle up the food, like they would have been starved the whole weekend.