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A saying that derives from the children's rhyme "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names can never hurt me".

It's used as a reply to an insult, indicating that the insult has been registered as such, but did not have any effect.
Jack: Miss Swann , if you’d be so kind. Come, come, dear. We don’t have all day. Now if you’d be very kind. (she straps on his sword, puts on his hat, etc.) Easy on the goods, darling.
Elizabeth: You’re despicable.
Jack: Sticks and stones, love. I saved your life, you save mine, we’re square.
by towo September 09, 2008
From the saying "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but I don't give a fuck"
Bob: You know, you shouldn't drink that much or you might regret it.

by zippyAnsatsu September 10, 2011
The stuff left over after cleaning your weed. Stems and seeds.
Yeah, the bag weighs an ounce but after I pick out all of the sticks and stones, I bet it'll be less than a half.
by yellow-headed blackbird July 01, 2011
a "game" where one man puts the base of his penis next to another man's testicles, making it look as if said testicles are his own.
Ben: "Hey Brad, let's get stoned and play some sticks and stones!"

Brad: "Let's do it!"
by stubbert February 19, 2011

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