That face you make when your schlong gets stuck in your zipper.
Don’t act like you’ve never done it!
Little Matthew Ritter from somewhere near Reading, Pennsylvania writes …
Dear Uncle Sharty, Is it true that “keep away” is no longer called “smear the queer”?
The Snark responds: Matthew, what a great question! This subject really takes Uncle Snarky back in time …
I remember this one time, I must have been, I don’t know, 27 or 28 years old. I had the football and I was running like the wind away from all my terrible tormentors.
They were all yelling and screaming “Smear the Queer!” and “Hey Asshole, give us our football back!” and other such fun taunts. I giggled like a schoolgirl as I ran. I don’t mind telling you, it was one of the greatest moments of my life … until.
All of a sudden, I felt my world disintegrate into chaos. A small pair of hands wrapped around my waist and then began to punch me right in the family jewels! I lost consciousness. For how long I can’t be sure, but when I came to, there was Suzy Farkus.
Suzy was a no-nonsense kind of fourth-grader. Apparently it pissed the hell out of her that I had taken her friends football and made my mad dash for glory. She kicked me in the face a couple of times for emphasis and then skipped away.
I forgot exactly where I was going with this story, but to answer your question … No, sadly we can no longer play Smear the Queer. The era of political correctness has descended upon us.
But, the game is still played under a new name … rugby.
The Snark loves to share his AMAZING word power with his adoring fans.
Todays word is: AFOOFA
AFOOFA is a very special word. It is the only word in the English language that is the same when spelled frontwards as it is rearwards.
Such a word is known as a paladin.
So, here’s to our special word! Now go repeat this information to anyone who’ll listen! They’ll think you’re special!
Go AFOOFA Go!
The Snark has noticed a real spike in conversational use of the word, “obviously”. Due to the very nature of its meaning, it should be seldom used.
But, people (sportscasters are the worst) love to open their sentences with the word “obviously”, and then go on to tell you what they already stated was obvious.
So, should we take exception to this? Should we assume that the speaker considers us idiots because he immediately goes into great detail telling us what he had just before deemed obvious?
Or, should we assume that the speaker is an idiot because he either doesn’t understand the words he’s using or he relies on “crutch words” or phrases to speak because he’s unable to think on the fly and speak accordingly?
I’m going with the latter … obviously.
Today’s word is CEDAR
Used in a sentence: I knowed she didn’t have no panties on ’cause I cedar cooch.
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man still can’t see out of his other eye
Uncle Snarky’s Pronunciation Primer:
Today’s word … VOILA
Pronounced: VOH – EYE – LUH
Meaning: I created that mess
Used in a sentence: “You seen what I done there, dincha? Voila!