“Belated Paw”: Epilogue

"Amanda A." of Cambridge, MA -- who may have coined a phrase that will be long heard 'round these parts.

After that last blog post, Keller Grayson — Friend of the Blog and Lord Protector of Orange Springs Farm — googled the phrase ‘suck it snoots snooty observer,’ then clicked on the blog, ensuring I would get the message for Snoots to Suck It.


“Suck it Snoots” is basically Kellerspeak for “Hi, have a nice day.” Message received!

Naturally, I took it upon myself to google ‘suck it snoots’ and, in the process, may have stumbled upon a new catchphrase.

Here is an excerpt of a review by “Amanda A.” (from Cambridge, MA, amazingly) on yelp.com, of Boston Body Pilates:

As another reviewer mentioned, the clientele can be a bit snooty. I’ve noticed this has changed in the last few weeks as the BuyWithMe expiration date nears; there’s more of a mix. I’m definitely one of the bigger girls in all my classes and it’s easy to feel inferior to those snooty ladies, but hey- I’m here doin’ it, so suck it, Snoots McGoots!



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6 responses to ““Belated Paw”: Epilogue

  1. Wendy

    Suck it, Snoots!

  2. Clyde

    And another darling nickname – Snoots McGoots – for when Snooty is infiltrating high-society dinner parties. “So nice to see you again Dr. McGoots…”

  3. Clyde

    Also, ‘Suck it Snoots’ is a useful phrase when anthropomorphising goings on in Snooty’s tender interactions with the world. i.e. After being figure-eight-of-deathed and watching Snoots prance around like a little proud peacock, the fox, after playing dead until it was safe would definitely have let loose a ‘Suck it Snoots!’ when reanimating and trotting back to the den.

  4. Brad

    It looks like Amanda is wearing a little umbrella hat…

  5. Nana D

    Apple and Jojo send fond “suck it snoots” salutations.

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