Unreal Nature

April 9, 2009

The Unbearable Meanness of Scrunched Up Eyebrows

Filed under: Uncategorized — unrealnature @ 6:22 am

. . .  His impressive Science Eyebrows are scrunched up as he walks and thinks. I can see why a little girl on a rocking chicken would think he looked mean.

Go to Female Science Professor’s blog to find out more.

-Julie

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4 Comments

  1. Oh bless me please. Do you mean to suggest that every time a bit of snark oozes out our fingers and down the keyboard we are going to have to say:

    “…I do wish he would finish his degree and leave, though, as all that smiling and hello-ing is exhausting. [<– joke]”

    [<–joke] ?????

    and is it significant how many <—-joke -‘s there are?

    I am going to put on F13

    (I like my scrunchy eyebrows) [<–joke]

    Comment by Dr. C. — April 10, 2009 @ 4:41 pm

  2. Well, yes, if the person whom you are snarking is there in your real life real world and is bigger and meaner than you are. Yes. It could save you a whuppin’.

    Now, if they are not anywhere nearby and/or if they don’t know who you are, then you can snark them to smithereens; assault them with your scrunchy eyebrows without any concern of subsequent litigation.

    Comment by unrealnature — April 11, 2009 @ 6:21 am

  3. True. True. Some of us were born weenies. However, I am fascinated by this posting gambit. It opens the possibilities for numerous other “comments.” [<– Brilliant Idea!].
    Rules: [<–Rules]
    Must always use square [brackets]
    Intensity judged by number of hyphens [<—-Very brilliant idea]
    Should not [<- snark] be overused [<–hint to self]
    Etc. [<–etc] [<–etc., etc.]

    Comment by Dr. C. — April 11, 2009 @ 7:56 am

  4. Good grief, Dr. C, you forgot to include the most important of all, the inimitable FOOTNOTE[1].

    1. Notus Footus [< — superflous addendum due to thought overflow and subsequent brain drainage backup spilling onto the bottom of the page]

    Comment by unrealnature — April 11, 2009 @ 8:57 am


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