by Vladimir January 24, 2004
A bit from a comedy or other showbiz routine; by extension, any person's idiosyncratic performance. From Yiddish "shtick" = Ger. "stuck", meaning "piece."
I asked him for me $20 back, and he went into his usual shtick -- something about losing at pinochle.
by octopod January 23, 2004
by BIG DADDY January 26, 2004
When live models advertised lingerie in the windows of a lingerie shop in Augusta, Maine, it was considered a shtick.
by Gluee November 29, 2005
by jess August 14, 2004
by j-man August 21, 2003
I shtuck my shtick in the hole.
by justin February 03, 2004