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- n. Narrow plastic balloon that is used as a promotional noise maker by hitting one against another.
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I like to use a thunderstick when trolling for eyes
Every gun, firearm, thunderstick and or smokepole I own can also be called a weapon at anytime.
There's Thor with his hammer, banging away the noise of his thunderstick booming all day.
The Nuggets got a boost from returning home, where they had won 12 straight, and a franchise-record 19,913 thunderstick-clapping fans.
Then the Anaheim Angels, who never stop hitting, put together one of their classic, come-from-behind rallies, scoring six runs in their final two times at bat and beating the Giants 6-5 in Game 6 of the World Series at thunderstick-clapping Edison Field on Saturday night.
So we will take the rap for the cowbell, the thunderstick and the immortal wave, where everybody, including your Aunt Nancy, waits to stand up and be identified as overserved.
Simultaneously delicate, sensuous and ethereally fragile, as if she might snap her thunderstick any second.