WTF Are Sticky Balls?

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WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby ehophi » 20 Jun 2012, 13:23

Maybe this belongs in some FAQ section, but some people here constantly refer to "sticky balls," often pejoratively. What are they, and why do they get the rep that they do?
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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby Deuce Dropper » 20 Jun 2012, 13:35

from rice dumpling day to barbecued chicken ass day Taiwan is a hot sweaty mess. a lot of newbs come here and forget to buy talc, go cheap on the aircon, and the bag cheese they produce is quite impressive, but more importantly they walk around all day with their balls sticking to the side of their leg (if they sport boxers) or their undies (if they rock briefs). Hence they have sticky balls.
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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby timmyjames » 20 Jun 2012, 13:36

Deuce Dropper wrote:from rice dumpling day to barbecued chicken ass day Taiwan is a hot sweaty mess. a lot of newbs come here and forget to buy talc, go cheap on the aircon, and the bag cheese they produce is quite impressive, but more importantly they walk around all day with their balls sticking to the side of their leg (if they sport boxers) or their undies (if they rock briefs). Hence they have sticky balls.



And to play games with them...just horrible.
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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby BigJohn » 20 Jun 2012, 13:48

ehophi wrote:Maybe this belongs in some FAQ section, but some people here constantly refer to "sticky balls," often pejoratively. What are they, and why do they get the rep that they do?


The other posters are just messing with you. It's a toy used in class.

Just go to Google image search and search for "sticky ball". Don't search for "sticky balls" unless the prospect somehow seems strangely exciting.
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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby jimipresley » 20 Jun 2012, 13:51

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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby timmyjames » 20 Jun 2012, 14:00

jimipresley wrote:Image



You need to get to a clinic ASAP!
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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby superking » 20 Jun 2012, 14:11

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When a new batch of sticky balls comes in it is like the pellet hatch has opened up and the teachers jump readily for their new equipment. At your cheaper end of the market are ones that either don't stick to the board (defeating their purpose) or the little spores come off if you yank the ball too hard from the whiteboard. But a decent sticky ball, top of the range 70 nt stuff, that you can whang around with no fear of destruction, well that's the golden sticky ball and you'd rip the ball sack off any man who tried to steal it from ya.

Second only to sticky ball is squeaky hammer. When the hammer falls you have to produce the sentence. Or BANG repeated smacks on the noggin to the delight of the other children.

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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby sandman » 20 Jun 2012, 14:53

Holy crap! I have sticky balls and I never even knew! All this time, and I didn't even know. My kid tries to shove his ones up the dog's arse. I sincerely hope he's not doing this in school. We might need to have a meeting.
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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

Postby steelersman » 20 Jun 2012, 15:00

ehophi wrote:Maybe this belongs in some FAQ section, but some people here constantly refer to "sticky balls," often pejoratively. What are they, and why do they get the rep that they do?


sticky balls=life saver/ life support
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Re: WTF Are Sticky Balls?

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