Some women have the knack of it that I'm drawn too ... other try ... it falls flat and I'm like meh. ... when done right ... it's very attractive :)

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Snarky? No. Sarcastic? Yes.

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Sometimes I use it as a wall. Because I don't want to answer someone truthfully. I agree that it is juvenile though.

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I agree. My exhusband would get snarky when he didn't want to ask something straight up. I think a lot of men do that sort of thing. I've decided it's one of the big red flags I should keep in mind.

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I find that type of behavior to be juvenile and ill thought out. I do not care for that at all.

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I'm not too crazy about it either. It's just so common, and I usually don't know how to respond.

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I don't see it as mature, more expected out of a forteen year old girl. I't tackie , rude and even crude. It shows a lack of sensitivity for others feelings . It's snideness is gaudy, a perfect example of a character defect.

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It tends to make me uncomfortable, especially if I don't know someone very well. Like being attacked somehow. I guess I don't like banter very much with strangers.

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What exactly is that?

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I suppose it's that sort of sarcasm that people use when they are attempting to be "cute"...sometimes it can be more about banter or being slightly insulting.

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yup.......obviously you do not

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If it's someone I know very well, then it's sometimes amusing. But it is hard to stay on the right side of it- easy to go too far, I suppose and make someone feel uncomfortable. Maybe it's a bit like flirting in that sense.

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It's just another symptom of insecurity...put others down so (you think) you can look better.

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I guess so. I've noticed that it's so common when men talk to me...a southern thing too....I don't get it completely, though I think it's supposed to be like passive aggressive flirting? Heck, I don't know. I'm not good at that kind of thing.

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A mask to cover the fact that they can't carry on an intelligent conversation. Sort of like Jr. High School banter as I recall.

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Yes. I hated it in high school too. ;)

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