prison. romany word 'staripen', an immovable thing or place from which you cannot move, ultimately connecterd to the word 'stasis'
he's doing stir
by klidenengro January 30, 2004
to be moved and shaken to motivate and stimulate
STIR in me a fire that the world cannot explain
I come to worship you
by Humpty October 08, 2003
prison, jail, "the joint", poky/pokey
1851, etymology unknown
Frenchy, gimme the money!
I wouldn't invest our last six thou if you had a legit idea ... much less something that's gonna land the three of you jerks back in stir.
(Small Time Crooks)
by Zwentibold December 05, 2007
Australian slang; Sydney (verb): to tease someone playfully about something which they are usually innocent of. For example, teasing someone about being lazy, when you actually don't think they are lazy, but just want to see their reaction.
I was just stirring him when i called him an idiot. I didn't really mean it
by schlongking April 26, 2011
adj. The quality of being crappy or subpar.
etymology: stir-fry
Customer service here is pretty stir. I waited in line for 20 minutes only to have them say they couldn't help me.
by K4PennTom May 15, 2008
To insert the penis into either, the vagina, the mouth, or the anus and spin one's self in either a clockwise or counterclockwise manner.
We did some thrusting and achieved climax when we "stirred".
by HoserHoe November 10, 2004

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