from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Snide remarks.
- v. To express oneself in a snarky fashion
- v. To snort.
- n. A graph in which every node has three branches, and the edges cannot be coloured in fewer than four colours without two edges of the same colour meeting at a point.
- n. A fluke or unrepeatable result or detection in an experiment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name given in “Alice's Adventures in Wonderland” to an imaginary animal. See blend-word.
I didn't realize the Constituion differentiated between "creative artists" and ordinary schlubs. * snark snark*
You quote me correctly to say, Maybe smarmy snark is an ethnic trait that you possess ...
Maybe smarmy snark is an ethnic trait that you possess.
Maybe smarmy snark is an ethnic trait that you possess ...
I'm not even sure if the word "snark" had been coined yet, but that's what we were practicing.
Too bad snark is useless – if he was to propose actual solutions, his comments might have some validity.
But mindless snark is your First Amendment right and I stand with you against anyone who would take it away, despite laughing at your mindlessness.
You can follow her on twitter (@graylinfox) - caution - snark is usually a daily occurrence.
Check your unhealthy cynicism - healthy cynicism is called snark and is fun - and assumptions at the door.
Staash, do you really not see any relevant difference between one couple adopting a baby and a business, or do you just think this type of snark is a silver bullet against liberalism?