Sneaked vs. Snuck May 6, 2015
I make up words on occasion, but this isn't one of those occasions.
I googled it. As a non grammar nazi and semi spelling nazi, I adhere to the alternate and new "snuck".
Usage: If one were to sneak through the cracks, they "snuck through". Versus "sneaked through" which would be snobbish and self-righteous.
Actually I just wasn't sure. It appears both are "correct" if you're on the non-nazi side of the fence, however only "sneaked" is correct if you're a nazi.
So soak it up nazis.