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Mommy, What's a Disco Stick? - What To Tell Your Kids

Updated on August 23, 2017
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Lies To Tell Your Children About What a Disco Stick Is

Here it is...the moment you've been dreading...your little one whom you've watched grow since they were the tiniest of babies looks up at you, at the adorable age of six and asks, "Mommy, What is a disco stick?"

What are you going to say? Do you laugh, tell the truth, avoid the topic, tell them they shouldn't be listening to Lady Gaga anyway? Or have you already put together your tidy little lie to spare you from the situation?

That's the way to go. A lie! Plan ahead and have your "disco stick" meaning on hand for when this question comes.

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Parents shouldn't let their kids listen to this music, so it shouldn't be needed, right? But, the fact of the matter is that you can't keep your child hidden from the world. They hear things and experience things that you never even realize. While you can try your best to keep things from your kids, there are outside forces at play that you simply cannot control.

(Photo by: aiden_lane)

Love Game Lyrics

Featuring The Disco Stick

Let's have some fun. This beat is sick.

I wanna take a ride on your disco stick.

Don't think too much just bust that kick.

I wanna take a ride on your disco stick.

View all Love Game lyrics at LadyGaga.com

Lady Gaga - Love Game - Technically, What is a Disco Stick?

Possible Meanings of "Disco Stick" to Tell Your Kids

(But Only If They Ask)

  • Honey, "Disco Stick" is another term for microphone. The mic stand stands like a stick and she wants to "take a ride on the disco stick" meaning she wants her turn to sing on the mic.
  • Well, you know what a disco ball is, right? The beams of light that come out of a disco ball are called "disco sticks". So, when she says she wants a ride on the disco stick, she is saying she wants to dance.
  • "Disco Sticks", dear, are any set of drum sticks when they are performing a disco beat. By saying she wants to "ride the disco stick" means she wants to play the drums.
  • A disco stick is Star Wars light saber. It glows like a disco ball. By saying she wants to "ride the disco stick" means she wants to fight with light sabers.
    NOTE: If you child has a toy light saber, this could lead to them asking others to ride their disco stick.
  • Well, whenever someone does limbo to disco music, the stick is called a disco stick as opposed to a limbo stick. So when she wants to "take a ride on your disco stick" meaning she wants her turn to go under the limbo stick.

What Will You Tell Your Kids If They Ask?

What will you tell your kids if they ask you what a "disco stick" is?

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Disco Sticks = Pixy Stix

Pixy Stix Candy Filled Fun Straws, 3.2 Ounce, Pack of 12
Pixy Stix Candy Filled Fun Straws, 3.2 Ounce, Pack of 12
Possible lie opportunity: "Disco sticks" used to be another brand of pixy stix in the seventies. When she says she wants a "ride on the their disco stick", she is saying she wants a taste of their pixy stix.
 

Disco Sticks!

Light up sticks photo By AFlickion used under CC 2.0)

Lady Gage CD Featuring LoveGame

The Fame
The Fame
This is a great album featuring LoveGame, Poker Face, and Just Dance.
 

Reusable Glow Sticks ... Disco Sticks? - I would LOVE to know how these are made. If anyone knows, please share.

Reusable Glow Sticks
Reusable Glow Sticks

(Photo by vieux bandit)

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