This in fact is not a spoken word so much as a sound. It is the same sound made when someone is sniffing their nose as they are crying or trying to stop crying. The recovery sniffs is the sound you are mocking.
It is a sarcastic way to show someone you feel no pity for their situation.
Just like playing the tiny violin for a person, this mocks the persons sadness by "crying" along with them. See example
Bjorn: Yesterday, my girlfriend told me that my clothing is out of style and it really hurt my feelings.
Bennett: (very sarcastic)"Sniff-Sniff".... "Sniff- Sniff" oooh "sniff-sniff"...that's just terrible
Bjorn: Oh shut up
A question asked in disbelief with an extremely sarcastic tone questioning someones actions or statement. It is a way to point out someones stupidity in the form of a question.
total disbelief or dissapointment in how someone did or said something.
Note: it is a very hard inflection that goes up to indicate the question
Hall: i definitely think that girl is hotter than jessica simpson.
Bush: that girl in our science class she's barely average.
Hall: I think she's amazingly gorgeous and makes simpson look ugly?
Bush: Are you serious?
This is an extremely sarcastic response to someones lame joke or foolish comment.
It is over emphasized greatly to stress the point that the comment or humor they made was in fact "NOT, A GOOD ONE."
Often will annoy or hurt the person it is directed at, but that was the point in the first place! Sometimes it is followed by the persons name to further cut them down as in " good one hank!"
Harold: She was asking me to go out sometime, I wasn't sure what to say?
Gary: you should have said, " I can't go out because I am a reverse vampire and the night kills me"...
( pause with no laughter)
Harold: Good One!
Gary: Shut up, your jokes are lameburgers too..
Harold: wow, another good one!
Gary: you're a jerk
Differing from it's counterpart, the statement of awkwardness or dork or odd.
This form of the word is to indicate the lack of surpise in someones stupid decisions or actions.
It is said to indicate " I knew this was going to happen (or) I knew they were going to act in that way"
Pointing out the obvious lack of surprise.
Taylor: well me and kimmy are back together even though we fight all the time.
Taylor: what she's changed man.
This is a catch phrase indicating domination or losing an endeavor...This is not polite but in fact sarcastic and insulting
Bryan: Our landlord sent us a 240$ bill for noise ordinances and damaged property.
Jarrod: Dealt with
Mocking the word Karate, This is the flicking extremely efeminant motions that some homosexuals makes in a fight or in defense. The elbows bent hands up small and pensive karate chops at their opponent.
Not an effective fighting style
jerald: so i heard martin got into it with some guy over his boyfriend last night at the kegger.
Francis: yeah, they both duked it out with some gayrate and then they got pulled apart before someone broke a nail.
It is an attempt to convey the Point of view of the other person is theirs alone. One may feel some way but it is the way they feel, not you or others. A cop out or lame arguement to a valid argument or point
Jeff: The Lakers are one of the best teams in the history of basketball
Jeremy: No the Rockets are so much better.
Jeff: Lakers, #1
Jeremy: "dude, to you" their number 1, I think its the Rockets