- Twelve years ago, the search for a great leg-spinner was Australian cricket's version of Lewis Carroll's hunting of the snark.
- They're so fixated on the hunting of the snark that they're prepared to flame everybody to a crisp.
- Unlike the snark, which never actually appears, the capercaillie does exist; but the huge birds are rarely seen, and have attained near-legendary status amongst the hunting fraternity.
1876: nonsense word coined by Lewis Carroll in The Hunting of the Snark.
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- Meanwhile, the only thing I like about watching the show is snarking about the contestants.
- I've got a legitimate reason for snarking like that.
- But I'm really just snarking pre-emptively, because the next bit is the worst.
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- But to automatically cry "oh, get a sense of humor" when someone points out disrespect, snark, or nastiness is disingenuous and fundamentally unkind.
- Ok, that didn't take long to devolve into totally pointless snark.
- Aside from snark, I find it very heartening, actually.
mid 19th century: originally in the dialect senses 'snore, snort', 'find fault'.
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