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to propel yourself means that you are moving yourself along in some way. it can either be physical or metaphysical. i believe that to propel one’s self is one of the mosy important thigns that you can do. you are moving yourself along, thus eliminating any dependency. dependency is one of those things that can get you in trouble, because you never know when one of the things you depend on will eventually run out or move away.
By Jake on 04.19.2010
Propel is a word used to describe something moving. it goes on the back of boats and has three little things that stick out of it. Propel also is like to propel yourself and push on. Propels were on the Titantic for a funfact. Cool!
By Ethan on 04.19.2010
The spit propelled from my mouth as my jaw dropped in disbelief. Why on earth would someone willingly pay to get beatup by twelve midgets just to be on a reality t.v show.
By inkkiller on 04.19.2010
this word brought to you commercial free by propel
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By 蓮 on 04.19.2010
The Jet stream of gas shooting from my ass sent me flying across the room in a spinning daze of glory!
By Brandon Kent URL on 04.19.2010
Propel, first makes me think of that water in all the commercials, weird right? But right after that, I think of an individual propelling off the ground. Like a superhero leaping into the air or something. Propel into the air. I like it!
By Amanda Fields on 04.19.2010
i have to propel the car down the road. Or else I will be late for my grandfathers funeral. I hope I get there on time or else he might think less of me when he looks down on me from heaven and i would hate
By mel on 04.19.2010
one word can change everything. “Yours.” when your ex-girlfiriend holds her pregnant belly. “Positive” over the phone with the doctor. Sometimes simply “No”.
By Paul Lyons on 04.19.2010
Forward motion is easier said than done. Her eyes always looked like knives. Despite that there needed to be a change. needed to change to a new me, as fast as I could propel myself there
propel, i think of going fast and going forward. I think of the drink made by coke. I think of water and boats moving forward through the ocean and sound.
By Leah Clayton on 04.19.2010
i have it in my water bottle right now. An orange Camelbak bottle. Strawberry kiwi propel. I like it because it tastes like water and not an energy drink. I hate the taste of mormal “naked” water now. I only like propel. JLINK 4-19-10
By JLINK on 04.19.2010
He propels me forward on Cupid’s arrows. He brought the light back to my step, the courage to my throws and Oh gods thank you so much for this. Even if it all goes sour in a day, thank you, thank you, thank you so much for this.
Because when I sang “What it love? Baby don’t hurt me.” He said, “I won’t.”
By milliski on 04.19.2010
Propel the energy drink is an exilent source of vitamins and protens to fuel your body and hydrate ones
By Nikole on 04.19.2010
To move forward.
A type of flavored water.
By Kim on 04.19.2010
The water propels him down the slope. Into the darkest night he forwards down, still sliding down the incline. Blindfolded, he cannot see, yet his fingers are gripping the metal without any regard to the metal fringes upcurled from the finished surface, cutting into his hands.
By Uzzie Matthews on 04.19.2010
I need inspiration to propel my blog writing.
By John on 04.19.2010
Propel…reminds me of a spelling bee. say the word, then spell..heehee…propel. Like an airplane heading down the runway. Or a guy being shot out of a cannon…propel
By ko on 04.19.2010
propel, i dont know what that word means, to propel an object? im not quite sure, hmm, i would google it but i only have few senconds left :/ i could be propelling rockets in the future when i join the army :) woooo, HOORAH, if thats what that word means.
By Josh Rowell on 04.19.2010
The propeller spun like it was made to spin. Flew me up into the sky and I had to stop the butterflies in my stomach from swallowing me up. Higher than the balloons and higher than the planes. But then, it stopped.
By Erin on 04.19.2010
move forward sweltzer bottle shaken until it sprays along the kithcen floor dropped in a hurry to carry too many groceries to a counter
Mentos in seven up at girlscout camp watching the prenter, a local college kid, skinny at 19 with a silly smile diggin the squeals of little girls watichn and getting sprayed by the sticky mess of the rocket
Scooters on a bumby sidewalk with the predictable pattern of Cunk-clunk, as the wheels speed over the cracks that you have to avoid in skipping. Not on wheels the beat of the uneven spots of sidewalk provide the base for the voice of the wind rushing by uncovered ears.
By Tonia on 04.19.2010
if only it were as simple as that. One could propel herself through the murky waters of self doubt and social scrutiny. a straight forward journey onward and away from a gripping past, a sludge of sorrow.
By Beatrice Rumford on 04.19.2010
Drive you to oblivion, natural entropy. What happened to it all, when it was pristine. It was propelled. Forward into the abyss. Does it ever really function in the way you expected it? Severed fingers.
By Sud on 04.19.2010
johnson propelled himself forward toward the clifface, running as hard as he could to gain momentum. The edge came closer, but to Johnson it seemed as if it were in fact distancing itself from him, becoming wider and larger with every step he took. At first he did not understand that he was running in a dream, but when he finally did, he became even more afraid of his fate.
By Siggi on 04.19.2010
to move forward, drive for one to do better, boats and river, airplanes and flying, drinks,
By Jacob Lcas on 04.19.2010
propel is the name of a really nasty flavoured water thing that my sister likes. propellers are things that planes use to fly. they make hates with propellers on them, they’re pretty cool. those hats always remind me of something, but I can never quite put my finger on it.
By Gear on 04.19.2010
open your eyes to the world and revel in it’s amazing nature. only then can you propel yourself forward in life.
By andriano on 04.19.2010
To push outwards and forwards.
Perhaps a person… rather a college grad who doesn’t have the inspiration to get out of bed and find a job. PROPEL them out the door!
By Nalini M. on 04.19.2010
Keep moving me – don’t let me think – just move it, move it, move it.
By AM on 04.19.2010
My husband drinks a sports drink called Propel. It supposedly replenishes the body with electrolytes, etc. that are used up during exercise. The version he drinks is sugar-free and has only 17 calories, so I wonder what kinds of chemicals he is also adding to his bloodstream. Can it really be good for him?
By Andie on 04.19.2010
Propel me into a whirlwind of bliss and ravenous lust, throw me in, cast me away, rescue me when it’s over and lets dive in again, together. Forever.
By Amy on 04.19.2010
I want to propel you into the atmosphere like space junk. Have you orbit and never touching the ground. That’s how badly I want you to get away from me. Extreme right? Hardly.
By Miss sia on 04.19.2010
I want to use a giant slingshot to propel myself over a large lake full of pudding… if you’ve ever seen the movie Hook by Steven Spielberg you know what I’m talking about. I love the lost boys :)
By Katelyn on 04.19.2010
the young women was propelled to enter the building upon seeing the sign which read. free hair cuts! just come on in! she thought about it for a minute and decided it couldn’t hurt she need one anyways so why not.
By Shawn Pierce on 04.19.2010
This water tastes like it has chalk in it; what IS it? “Propel? I’ve never heard of it”. Don’t EVER bring me this crap again when I’m thirsty or you will wind up with a chalky enema.
By Forrest McDonald on 04.19.2010
Propel and move. Move forward until you’re falling past the ugly pile of mess your life has become. Move until you can’t feel your feet running beneath you and you long to stop although we know stopping would be death. Love and grow until your life has blossomed into something indescribable and unimaginable full of melancholic rhyme and motion. Propel until there is nothing left but death.
By Meredith Ellen URL on 04.19.2010
There is a drink with propel in it. I propel my life when I do something. I wish I could propel my writing further I wish I could type faster I mean a minute should be enough but I really cant get much down. I wish I could stop thinking about that stupid ticking clock but its so visible I see it and I know it’ll be done soon.
By choann on 04.19.2010
what a way to con people into buying flavored water… there are few useful ways to drink this water, as it most likely has in it cyanide, placed there by conspiracy theorists who got it all wrong but figure they’ll render themselves heroes by plotting, then stopping, water epidemic.
By d'gruv on 04.19.2010
By anna on 04.19.2010