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It’s sneaky peeky, its a Scottish accent and to any Scottish person it’s as clear as day.
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That said, my original choice, “Sneaky Deaky”, probably has the least number of results. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. Announcing the arrival of Valued Associate Google search for either term returns results, but “sneaky-peaky” is a lot more UD pages where “sneaky-peeky” shows a book using that spelling sneayk an NY Beaku article.
Not to mention one says “Are we rushin’ in? According to the author of that sticker, it’s supposed to be a joke:. However, using Google we can determine what the correct phrase is and therefore, what he most-likely meant to say. What, exactly, are you trying to learn? Edeph Edeph 1, sneaku 11 According to the author of that sticker, it’s supposed to be a joke: Solution, ask the community what they think it is?
The alternative peaky is a real word as well but has nothing to do with the context given.
I’ll add as a comment then because it’s not authoritative, but at least “peek” is a real word that would make sense in context — being stealthy sneaky and looking into rooms peeking rather than just running in.
If you google “Sneaky Beaky”, “Sneaky Deaky”, or “Sneaky Peaky”, Google actually offers an autocomplete option for all of them that adds a “Like” onto the end.
PeterL The wiki mentions sneaky-peeky and sneaky-peaky. Google’s estimated result size for “sneaky beaky” has gone up from Feb toApril ! The accent makes it difficult to determine what’s being said without having the actual voice actor on hand.
Planned maintenance scheduled April 23, at I’ve lke multiple unreliable sources that claim to know the answer, but I am skeptical, especially since the sources do not agree with each other. I don’t see any problem being solved here.
The SAS wiki, editable by the community, is not a reliable source in my mind http: Therefore, it’s easy to conclude that the correct phrase is “sneaky peeky”. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
“Are we rushing in, or are we going sneaky beaky like?”
Additionally, google n-gram shows that only one of these phrases is used in real literature or at least, the literature they have indexed:.
GO sticker with the phrase “sneaky beaky” on it. You can hear that B well in quote.
Just scroll down a little and you will see the probably correct answer. I think the wiki states pretty clearly: However, because of that sticker, “sneaky beaky” appears to be becoming an ‘acceptable’ alternative to “sneaky peeky”. You may be right, you might not be able to find another reliable source, but the wiki seems questionable at best.