Candy was much cheaper in the 70's. The price of a Snickers bar
in 1976 was thirty five cents in most stores.
With your hands! *snicker* *snicker*
53 pence but it changes quite often!
a snicker bar costs £1.50 in England but in Scotland they cost 45p a snicker bar costs £1.50 in England but in Scotland they cost 45p
Snicker-pulling is jacking of a black guy.
Don't snicker just because he tripped.
The word snicker can be used as a noun or a verb. Debby's youngest child told a silly joke that made her snicker.
Synonyms for the word "snicker" include giggle, chuckle, chortle, snigger, smirk, sneer, titter, sniggle and guffaw. Any word for a snarky laugh will be a synonym for snicker.
the answer is 'snicker' snicker is the bar with nut, chocolate and the filling that's in a milky way..... to snicker is to chuckle quietly
it can do a lot ofdamadge to your teeth becase you can get cavitys
Yes. A snicker or a giggle are both referring to a form of laughter.
Snicker bars cost different amounts depending on the store.
Snicker bars are sold worldwide. In the UK, a Snicker bar was originally named a Marathon.
Absolutely NOT! Many kids love snicker bar ice cream.
Snicker means to suppress (hold back) a laugh in an attempt to conceal it from another. A snicker is usually offensive to others.
When he saw her polka-dot socks, he couldn't help but snicker. Boys like to snicker about sex.