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.
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.
You: STICKS AND STONES
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.
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!"