Top definition. To live in the country, far away from any major city or urban center. Living in Suburbia does not count. Living in the sticks requires a person to reside in an area that is well forested, has farmland, and maybe some dirt roads. Because people live in these rural areas, they are surrounded by trees, which are known as sticks. Trees are a most common thing in these areas Folks who live in the sticks are often refferred to as:hicks or country blumpkins or rednecks or hillbilly or farmer or ruralite Language- English, interspersed with poor grammar and lots of double negatives. Contrast- concrete jungle,suburbs,city. Kruti : Where do you live?
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Original Art Greetings Cards. It dates from around the 10th century and was first put into print in Old English Leechdoms , , with the meaning of 'a slender branch or twig of a tree when cut or broken off':. In the following thousand years, all manner of thin pointed objects have been called sticks - ships' masts, conductors' batons, cricket stumps, cigarettes, violin bows, French loaves, and so on. As befits such commonplace objects, sticks have made their way into many phrases - 'over the sticks' horse racing over fences , 'between the sticks' football goalposts , 'up sticks' move one's tent' , 'sticks and stones may break my bones' and so on.