4.25.2007

Miss Snark has a rival

Words fail

28 comments:

LJCohen said...

Priceless. Thank you for the laugh today.

:)

Chris said...

You've got no worries Ms. Snark, as long as you're younger than 82... You ARE younger than 82, aren't you? :-)

nitwitnwess said...

It's only a short drive to Hummelstown from my place, Miss Snark. Want me to slither on over there and steal her walker? :D

Katie said...

You need to take away Grandmother Snark's internet access before she ends up in trouble.

Helen Ginger said...

Now that is funny. The woman can write.
Helen

Dan Leo said...

Y'know, it's about time someone did a remake of "Harold and Maude", and our boy George may just be the man for the job. But who could ever play the the Ruth Gordon part? Talk about "sui generis".

Maggie Stiefvater said...

Miss Snark, I'm warning you. All of these entertaining web tidbits only tell me that you're spending too much time titillating us and not enough time doing the stuff that pays the bills and buys Killer Yapp his doggy sex dolls.

The Anti-Wife said...

That was hysterical! This woman is fabulous. I hope Clooney pays her a visit - even if it's just for tea!

Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

That's a good writer.

Gary Baker said...

Always remember and never forget: When words fail, grade on a curve.

Harry said...

Love prevails. Be afraid. Be very, very afraid. :-)

WandererInGray said...

Even if Miss Snark isn't younger than 82. (which I doubt) She could still take her. :D

Emma Wayne Porter said...

Great. There goes another three hours of writing time reading those archives.

But thank you. Too funny.

ABBAGirl said...

miss snark, you should gauge out that b***h's eyes with the stillettoed heel of your shoe.

but don't forget to duck when she swings her steel cane at you.

Anonymous said...

Damn.....sick her...your stiletto's can take her on! get her girl.. get her!

Pookie said...

You know, I always tell people that in my humble opinion good writing starts with voice and character.

I always have a hard time explaining just what I mean.

I think I'll just direct them to this piece.

This was brilliant writing!

L.C.McCabe said...

Mae West once said that twenty goes into eighty easier than eighty goes into twenty.

Your rival apparently hopes that George agrees.

Anonymous said...

Makes me wonder what I'll be thinking about when I'm 82.

Ric said...

Thanks for the giggle this morning.

Anonymous said...

And the thing is, you know, he probably would, too.

takoda said...

How can we make her dream come true? Only thing is, we need to work fast....

bookbabie said...

Too funny, but I've said it before and I'll say again, George is mine, mine, mine!

*bookbabie stamps her little feet and pouts*

Anonymous said...

In the immortal words of "South Pacific", "you've got to have a dream, if you don't have a dream, how you gonna make a dream come true?"
--RLR :-)

Kanani said...

I'd say Miss Snark is in danger of losing her man.

Sherry D said...

Just this morning I happened to catch a scene from the old Roseanne show - the one with George Clooney playing the part of 'Booker' (Roseanne's supervisor). Gorgeous.

Mizrepresent said...

It's been a while, but that was worth the visit.

Anonymous said...

Younger than 82?

Hmm. Am I the only one who, despite knowing logically that Miss Snark is Fabulousness Personified, still pictures her as Joey's agent (Estelle?) in Friends?

Anonymous said...

"Hmm. Am I the only one who, despite knowing logically that Miss Snark is Fabulousness Personified, still pictures her as Joey's agent (Estelle?) in Friends?"

No: me too! And naked?