Juvenile term for a method of consuming a drink from a community container (other than squeeze bottles) without said container actually making contact. The container's opening is placed just above the mouth, and the beverage is poured in. Requires a little bit of practice to avoid making you look like you have a hole in the lip.
That's the only bottle of water, so you better birdy drink from that.
Near as I can tell, it derives from DOS, where one would generally boot from their primary hard disk (invariably called the C Drive and be presented with a prompt that looked like "C:\>", indicating the drive they were on and their location in the directory tree.
Considered fairly obsolete, even amongst old DOS hats.
A sort of weird cross between dynamic IP and static IP, a sticky IP is one that is assigned dynamically (through DHCP, but it has a habit of hanging onto your broadband modem as long as you don't have to reset it. Mostly found amongst cable modem internet providers such as Roadrunner.