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50.
Current mood where a person is feeling negative. Usually bitchy, angry, and amused feelings are interlaced.
- I'm feeling snarky. I'm going to now humiliate that newbie who was so incredibly stupid, and too lazy, to go look at the FAQs section.
by Queen of Snarkdom August 03, 2003
 
51.
A completely fake word that is usually thought to be a real word by girls in the software support field who watch Dane Cook and own a bean.
Snarky is not a real word.
by Snarky Sparky March 20, 2007
 
52.
Process, system or software behavior that indicates a mysterious or unknown bug is causing a problem in some unclear or inconsistent manner; more obvious than hinky behavior, but far less clear than outright buggy behavior.
Yesterday I wasn't sure if I was just paranoid or if the email really was acting hinky, but today it is downright snarky.
by lb2nz November 03, 2005
 
53.
Informal touchy, short-tempered, irritable, etc.
I am a little snarky when some pisses on my floor.
by MDX February 24, 2003
 
54.
Basically acting like someone PMSing and bitching about everything.
Mom was being pretty snarky about giving us a ride. She could have been a little nicer about it.
by Fifty August 09, 2005
 
55.
I find so many of these definitions funny. Back in 1974, My father and several Canadian and British colleagues of his made up the word "Snarky". It was a slang term that they coined during a session of interviewing a number of candidates in Toronto for sales and marketing positions in their company and, in particular, one woman had a bitchy, defensive demeanor. They found her quite amusing and tried to think of a word to describe her. She was like a little yappy dog with an edge... snippy... barking... which finally became "snarky". After moving back to the states in '78, this new word was then used by my dad and his associates in many conversations with advertising executives at Grey, Lintas, DDB Needham, SSC&B in New York and Chicago. It started to catch on, but rather slowly, in the advertising community. I continued to use the word to describe certain individuals while in college and then working at some major magazines at Conde Nast and Hachette Filipacchi in the 80's and early 90's. Still, many people had never really heard the word and this was in the New York media. I explained that ultimately, "snarky" was a family sniglet. It was invented to be a nicer way to describe someone that was "bitchy". It really began to catch on when my friends in the ad world and magazine world started to use it with some degree of regularity and finally a number of folks in editorial started using it in their articles or stories. It has since gathered many more synonyms likening it to sarcasm and haughtyness to describe and define it... but the snippy and yappy young woman at the interview in the 70's is the inspiration for the origin and definition of the word SNARKY!
1. Instead of being open and friendly in the interview, Ellen, feeling quite insecure and defensive began to act very SNARKY with the individual asking her questions.

2. She became SNARKY with him when he asked her out. She just thought she was too good for him.
by mbhw October 04, 2006
 
56.
When giving a blow job, the giver starts laughing, causing love gravy to spurt out their nose.
She was giving head, and suddenly she started to laugh at his penis size, causing a snarky as he came.
by Boozin' August 18, 2005