Ha ha! Just got an email notificaton from writing guru, Brian A Klems, who is connected to Writer's Digest, on the topic of sneaked versus snuck. Apparently snuck is now acceptable as the past tense of sneak in the Webster's newest dictionary. It's certainly used without a tremor in casual speech these days. (Less so here in the UK than in the USA.) Any feelings on this from the forum? According to Mr Klems, it's best to continue to use sneaked in terms of pleasing agents and publishers, but it looks like snuck has sneaked in the back door, and will probably become acceptable to all but the most hidebound practitioners of English very soon. Fun, eh?