The opening monologue was packed with witty—and in some cases, snarky—jokes.
By yesterday, he had reopened the sites for his users to resume the snarky, anonymous barbs that are the company's hallmark.
“Some of those people who were snarky about it might have wanted to be part of it,” she says.
He displays this anger throughout the script by being an unbearable, snarky ass to anyone who ever asks him a question.
She even got a snarky front-page headline in the New York Post.
Sorkin said he thinks the public is "eating our heroes alive" with snarky tweets and expressions of superiority.
Op-eds across the globe have condemned the public debate as snarky.
In a din of cranky, snarky, jaded, and occasionally even lazy late-night talk show hosts, he radiates pure joy.
A couple of times, Newt Gingrich got so surly and snarky and self-congratulatory that I was transported back to 1995.
I say, Luke leant forward confidentially across the rickety green tin table, you know how snarky Pater was about him?
Irritable; touchy: She's just in a snarky mood, that's all/ a snarky, no-illusions, but far-from-hopeless comedy
[1906+; fr British dialect snark, ''to find fault, complain,'' fr the basic sense ''snort, snore''; of echoic origin, with cognates in many Germanic languages]