To make this Valentine's Day extra special, why not send a Rachel Maddow e-card?! Full of snarky love sure to hit just the right spot, there are 14 cards to choose from.
Some have a message on the "inside," too.
I think of it also as clever and ironic in addition to RR's definition "sarcastic and bitchy". Given all of that, it's difficult to be snarky without casting dispersions on someone else, but it is possible.
It's kind of a cross between sarcastic and bitchy. I think that's the closest I can come to explaining it. I think it's slang and may not be in any dictionaries yet, but I haven't actually tried to look it up.
Please can someone define "snarky" for me? It is not a word that we use over on this side of the pond.
I am not even sure it counts as "irony" either....
I thought they were pretty funny. Now, if only I weren't single. Oh, and I had a mad crush on Rachel Maddow. Or even watched her show for that matter.
Not sure. I guess the truth is harsh sometimes.
Won't you be my neighbor? @theKELword
Why is that irony "brutal"?
Thanks for bringing those to our attention Kelly. Most of them are pretty funny. If I received a couple of them, the sender would be history. Call me humorless, but put-downs are not funny to me. (Snarky can be funny without being a put-down.) It's a good thing I'm single....
see, cuz choice is something for ALL THE HUMANS!
I still want to know who the sadist torturing Theon in the dungeon...
This is an excerpt from the code of conduct for a local high school in Texas,...
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