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Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by tucsonmike on 11 December 2008 7:22pm
 
LOL Pete. I will behave if you will. Till then, all bets are off!
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by MMMmmm... on 11 December 2008 10:11pm
 
What if the subject sticks to you, and takes you places... against your will entirely? :D
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by Phyllbert on 11 December 2008 11:13pm
 
STIR.........verb, stirred, stir⋅ring, noun
–verb (used with object) 1. to move one's hand or an implement continuously or repeatedly through (a liquid or other substance) in order to cool, mix, agitate, dissolve, etc., any or all of the component parts: to stir one's coffee with a spoon.
2. to set in tremulous, fluttering, or irregular motion: A soft breeze stirred the leaves.
3. to affect strongly; excite: to stir pity; to stir one's heart.
4. to incite, instigate, or prompt (usually fol. by up): to stir up a people to rebellion.
5. to move briskly; bestir: to stir oneself.
6. to move, esp. in a slight way: He would not stir a finger to help them.
7. to rouse from inactivity, quiet, contentment, indifference, etc. (usually fol. by up): to stir up his potential.
8. to bring up for notice or discussion.
9. to disturb; trouble.
–verb (used without object) 10. to move, esp. slightly or lightly: Not a leaf stirred.
11. to move around, esp. briskly; be active: Everyone in the house was stirring.
12. to become active, as from some rousing or quickening impulse.
13. to be emotionally moved or strongly affected.
14. to be in circulation, current, or afoot: Is there any news stirring?
–noun 15. the act of stirring or moving.
16. the sound made by stirring or moving slightly.
17. a state or occasion of general excitement; commotion: The news created a stir.
18. a mental impulse, sensation, or feeling: a stir of hope.
19. a jog, poke, or thrust: He gave the refuse a stir with his foot.
20. movement, esp. brisk and busy movement: There was too much clamor and stir for her.
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by Phyllbert on 11 December 2008 11:16pm
 
I personally prefer the Number 7 ...from the above meanings........
we women are always trying to stir up his potential ....ain't we gals???;-)
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by kazzzz on 11 December 2008 11:37pm
 
Oh I DO like number 18 it fills me with hope ans joy for the future:)
Number 7 deffo has it's merits though;)
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by mrsthing on 12 December 2008 12:11am
 
Ken: PM is private message or personal message.

It's kind of hard to stick to the subject of sticking to the subject.
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by kazzzz on 12 December 2008 12:14am
 
It certainly is, I don't even know wot the subject is anymore.
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by Phyllbert on 12 December 2008 12:43am
 
I've never been stuck to a subject before but.....I got my wet hand stuck to the inside of my freezer once!!!!!
maybe the thread is about what you have been stuck to before???
well???
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by johnnythemonkey on 12 December 2008 12:45am
 
I've seen dogs that were stuck.....but that's never happened to me.
 
Re: Stick to the subject, cant you? by Lounge Trekker on 12 December 2008 4:29am
 
Hey! #18 is the number I last wore before I was retired. 18. a mental impulse, sensation, or feeling: a stir of hope. Hmmm...mental, maybe; impulsive, oh yeah; sensational, not for years; and hopeful, yeah...hopeful for a career in shuffleboard maybe!

What were we talking about again?

Lounge Winger
 
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