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Snoopy is a beagle dog that cartoonist Charles Schwartz features in the most popular comic strip in the world, "Peanuts". Snoopy has also been featured in movies, songs, etc. and is now an American icon. His independent nature has also made him a symbol of the "free spirit" attitude as well as what is good about America and its culture.
1. I've seen "Peanuts" strips in several languages like German, French, Arabic, Russian, Japanese, Greek and many more.

2. In college I saw a collection of items used in Roman Catholic parishes thruout the world. One item of note was a hymnal smuggled from communist China, where religious practices of any kind generally aren't allowed. Each page had Chinese musical notation and the lyrics to a song (of course, I couldn't read the words!). At the bottom of each hymn page was a sketched drawing of Snoopy. He was always looking sad, sitting on a swing and crying, or looking out a window, or in some other sad or melancholy state. No doubt this was a relection of the total lack of liberties and freedoms in China today. In this case Snoopy represents joy, cheer, happiness and freedom, and in a totalitarian state there are none of those things.
by New World Man January 19, 2009
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Fifty year old dog, who kicks more ass than seabass
you makein fun of sNoopy BITCH, ill kill you
by Jebus December 10, 2002
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A beagle that is waaaaaay better/awesomer/cooler than any other dog
Dude, Snoopy is so much better than Ruby!
by ~smartacus~ June 05, 2010
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3.
Probably one of totse.com's most badass moderators.
'Snoopy locked my thread because I was a moron.'
by dr March 01, 2005
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Snoopy is a beagle dog that cartoonist Charles M. Schulz featured in the perhaps most popular comic strip in the world, "Peanuts". Snoopy has also been featured in movies, songs, etc. and is now an American icon. His independent nature has also made him a symbol of the "free spirit" attitude as well as what is good about America and its culture.
Good griefs! Snoopy is taking on the Red baron again!
by EliasG August 15, 2012
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A cute beagle from the Peanut Shorts who is by far one of the greatest characters in history and apparently can be hit in the stomach and won't feel it.
Peter: Hey nice Snoopy costume you got there Brian
Brian: Thanks
Peter: *Punch* I guess its not true what they say, you can punch Snoopy as hard as you can and he won't feel it

Brian: That's Houdini!
Peter: No Brian, now get up and do the dance
Brian:*Dancing*
Peter:*Punch*
by Silver Bells April 14, 2010
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The most awesomest, fun, bada** cartoon dog EVER
Seen in comics, tv shows, and on VCR cassettes and DVDs, and on t-shirts
Has a yellow small bird friend named Woodstock
Charlie Brown is his owner

Name one dog other than Snoopy that can:
1. roller skate
2. ice skate

3. cook breakfast, lunch and dinner on the stove or a grill
4. camp out in the middle of the friggin' woods and survive
5. still wear clothes and shades and look AWESOME
6. has a cool red doghouse that FLIES, which he names the Red Baron

7. sleeps on the roof of his doghouse

8. has a brother who lives in the DESERT
9. walk upright
diss Snoopy and i'll whoop your butt!!
by somebody//AWESOME August 07, 2011
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Snoopy is a beagle dog that cartoonist Charles Schwartz features in the most popular comic strip in the world, "Peanuts". Snoopy has also been featured in movies, songs, etc. and is now an American icon. His independent nature has also made him a symbol of the "free spirit" attitude as well as what is good about America and its culture.
1. I've seen "Peanuts" strips in several languages like German, French, Arabic, Russian, Japanese, Greek and many more.

2. In college I saw a collection of items used in Roman Catholic parishes thruout the world. One item of note was a hymnal smuggled from communist China, where religious practices of any kind generally aren't allowed. Each page had Chinese musical notation and the lyrics to a song (of course, I couldn't read the words!). At the bottom of each hymn page was a sketched drawing of Snoopy. He was always looking sad, sitting on a swing and crying, or looking out a window, or in some other sad or melancholy state. No doubt this was a relection of the total lack of liberties and freedoms in China today. In this case Snoopy represents joy, cheer, happiness and freedom, and in a totalitarian state there are none of those things.
by Starpunk November 07, 2008
54 38