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I can’t seem to rally to the cause any more when I once was a gun-running biker with a passion that couldn’t be put out, now I keep my foot easy on the brake and chew cigars like an old man waiting for a haircut.
By nannan URL on 09.13.2011
“rallying around” someone is a good way to say you’re supporting them. Support should be loud and insistent.
By taiga tsubasa URL on 09.13.2011
Normally is called after one pukes after chugging the first of a few beers for the night. He who just vomited regroups, looks to the crowd and cries “RALLY!”.
By Brandon Engelhardt on 09.13.2011
Bring together a group of people.
By Caroline on 09.13.2011
I have always wanted to be part of a rally. To really join together with a bunch of people for a common cause. I mean we had pep rallies in high school and everything, but I want to be part of a rally that is truly worth having. A rally that inspires people, a rally that I will remember for the rest of my life.
By Teeps on 09.13.2011
i rally for the love of humanity and compassion.
By Cj on 09.13.2011
Bringing together a group of people; to assemble.
I will rally the troops to my side. Call them into this battle, to this fight. For there is nothing we cannot conquer if approached with a solidarity of purpose.
By Laura MacDonald on 09.13.2011
when things are tough, you rally. when you’re sick, you (hopefully) rally. when you are protesting the mayor making ridiculous social service cuts, you rally. come on, body. come on, mind. come on, self. let’s do this and get ‘er done.
By postmarkedheart URL on 09.13.2011
rallly . rally reminds me of overly excited group leaders that want there so called group to “bond” I was thinking about this today as i was doing my hair and actually got quite angry. No I will not ralllllllly with you so we can look idiotic when we STILL lose dodgeball..
By lindsay on 09.13.2011
rally is the meaning of bringing people together. at my old high school when we would have our homecoming rally it would bring all of the classes together instead of separating us. we all felt united for one purpose to come together against our opponents and that gave everyone a sense of community. that is why everyone gets so excited and pumped to be a part of it and why everyone always goes all out to show their pride for our school.
By sheila garcia on 09.13.2011
A rally is a place wwhere people gather to proteest for or against something
By d on 09.13.2011
its a fantastic rally. and its all moving so fast. no one knows anything about it but everyone can see that its BIG. everyone is already there, so you’re really late. but it doesn’t matter. you’re the star of the show so you can be as late as you want. you can cancel it if you want, but you shouldn’t because everyone wants to see you there today. they want to see you go fast. really really fast. and you’ll win
By tanner mcmullen on 09.13.2011
rally up your spirits men, rally up your souls. its only a day away until you get to go home. to see their faces again, and know your soul. rally up your spitits men, rally up your souls.
By Kaitlynn on 09.13.2011
I had quite a rally with my friends the other night. We were having a grand old time, being crazy and fun. There was something missing though, but I wasn’t sure what to think. Is it my other half? Is it that I’m missing a fair and lovely lady? Perhaps with my other half, this night would be more that rally, it would be grand.
By Andrew Cullen Pemintal on 09.13.2011
come on and come all rally your dead to finish them all. We;re going to war to finish the time and bringing them here is never a crime. so come hither her and rally me forth we’re bringing you back the choices you’re worth
By skylee on 09.13.2011
When I was in high school, on certain Friday afternoons we had mandatory pep rallies. I dreaded those days. I was much more comfortable sitting at a desk, listening to a teacher, taking notes, or doing an assignment, in other words, learning in a classroom setting. But I probably missed out on lots of non-classroom learning. Yet I’m still not sure I’d like to go to a pep rally today.
By Grassland URL on 09.13.2011
The rally began at 2pm sharp. The goth kids crammed into the back. The cheerleaders twirled and spun shouting their peppy hearts out. The band tooted and tweeted. The players came bursting out of their locker rooms. Me I sat under the bleachers nose in a book, in a realm far away dreaming of sword fights and elves.
By Leighann on 09.13.2011
Pep rallies, i remember those. Now I get drunk at tailgates, which are almost the same thing. Minus the marching band. Rallying for something you don’t completely believe in.. but doing it anyway because it’s a good idea at the time. Beer bongs, shots, Go Lobos.
By Dustyn Deerman URL on 09.13.2011
I rally have to go to bed, I rally do. It’s late and I rally have to get up early and go to work. I rally want to finish this paragraph and get on the to the next word, i rally do. Rally I do!
By roseheartnsoul on 09.13.2011
The rally ended earlier than planned. There was no longer a need, the end had come. Some didn’t even know what they were rallying for, but they turned and left. Soon only a few still stood, looking at what once was, and what still remained with them.
By Haley URL on 09.13.2011
Rally the troops, my dear. My dear. She thought, rally your own damn troops, old man. I’ve got a war to fight and it’s bulging out my eyelids, it’s lighting my heart on fire and it’s shooting from my fingertips. I’ve got something to say, somewhere to be, something to do and someone to become. So, rally on. Rally the army in you.
By Julidreamsof on 09.13.2011
A rally is a very interesting event. It’s where people rebel against ‘the man’ and unite together because they share on similar thought. A rally is like a celebration that some people disagree with, but to the people who agree it’s a moment that should be captured forever.
By Elena on 09.13.2011
The rally had begun. His heart shook, and he felt tremors all through his body. A complete reality rejection was going on throughout his physical essence, all he wanted to do was run away. On the outside, however, there was no sign of protest or malcontent.
By Pocketsand URL on 09.13.2011
She tried to rally the troops, but they refused to obey. The Stone Giant had frozen them in their tracks.
These were supposed to be her best troops. Well, at least her father’s best troops.
Was she not fit to lead.
They were dwarves. Not halflings or elves.
They should rally!
By Mark URL on 09.13.2011
Boot, rally. More SoCo.
A rally is when a large group of people come together to show their support for a cause. I’ not sure I could say I’ve ever been at a rally. It would be an amazing environment to be in … surrounded by like-minded and like-passioned people who believe strongly enough in a cause to stand publicly together to declare their communal identity.
By Amy on 09.13.2011
Rally reminds me of pep rally. The ones in my old high school suck.. I went to my first pep rally with my best friend Brandon he stood there and i screamed my head off like the little freshman i was. I loved him from that point on i felt a very deep connection to him. <3 Blah there is just so much I can say. I adore the color of his eyes when the sun hits the. Its like light hazel and light brown and he makes me smile like no one else except maybe Kevin but that because I'm kinda in love with him]m *sigh*
By Jessica Santos on 09.13.2011
it’s stupid how much i miss pep rallies at high school. there’s so much spirit at my university, and i can’t even get involved with the fun because of you and your jealousy. i miss being able to scream and show support and be silly for my school.
By sarah marie URL on 09.13.2011
sometimes when my head aches and i want to rally the troops and head out the door to an epic bra burning, I put on my visor and pack my sunflower seeds and call up my friends and say, “Hey!! Are you going to the big rally today? Cause I am!!” and then I’m off!
I grab my flag, and fly out the door, over the grass and into the public square. And there I stand, at the rally.
By aruziak on 09.13.2011
rally, race, run
volley, fun, pace
Sally ran a fun race at her pace
Sam had a long volley with Jason
By Katie URL on 09.13.2011
Fairness rally…support those fairness picketers. Promote equality. In a society where discrimination is already prohibited, it is not actually enforced in regards to the private business within small town Kentucky businesses. This is surprising considering the efforts in the civil rights movement to free people from discrimination based on gender, sex, race, etc. The fairness rally will be to promote the passing of the fairness ordinance at Berea City Hall. Students will sing, march, and voice their opinion and support of the fairness oridinance.
By Amberly on 09.13.2011
There is something about the feeling of thousands of heartbeats working for one cause. That’s all that we are doing here. We are fighting for something. It’s something that is important to us. It is something we care about. We want our voices to be heard. We deserve to have a voice.
By Alyssa on 09.13.2011
The crowd was not pleased. Not pleased at all. The shouted. So very loud. The children screamed at the police yelled at them, waving their billy clubs. Peace? Never.
By Sarah Lee URL on 09.13.2011
it is time for us to rally our troops and show them what we are made of we are amazing and we shall not be over looked in this time of dire need for our people whoa that really just rose up the activist in me and shit feeling like a real man should all of the way to where i want to go.
By ajloopy URL on 09.13.2011
It was the rally of the year. Everyone was gathered in the streets together. I was young but I remember it so clearly. I remember feeling lost, and alone.
By Yazzy URL on 09.13.2011
Come all ye persons to the land of Neverbe and look at the pretty things you have imagined in a dream. It’s there for you, so kind in true: it could only be Neverbe.
By jack URL on 09.13.2011
They all rallied around him. He wasn’t necessarily the leader type, but he was all they had. He took on the role as good as he could. He was shy at times, but gathered the courage of the masses to do what needed to be done. Together they made a difference. Together they changed the wrongs that had been had to be set right.
By Patrick URL on 09.13.2011
Rally, the cat. He’s brought joy into the heart of her soul, he gave her companionship no man could ever. At her side in the night, and her side in day. With standing any tragedy, how she relied on that cat. His orange n’ cream coat of silken fur, luminescent bright eyes warming her life.
By Cathy M. on 09.13.2011
Rallies? Do rallies really affect change? Or is it just our government’s way of letting us think that we can actually make a difference? How about we rally around the effectiveness of rallies? Or rally for something that is silly, because that’s more fun than being ignored.
By trina koo on 09.13.2011