Also to note, the word ‘Sticky’(the more abundant form of the word ‘Sticky Topic’) can act as a past-tense verb or as a past-participle by adding a ‘'d’ to ‘Sticky’ (‘Sticky'd’). Usually transitive. Can also be a present-tense verb, appearing the same as its noun form (‘Sticky’). ‘Sticky Topic'd’ is not an actual word, but people would know what you meant if you used it.
GF User 2: Yeah, we should have atleast *one* Sticky Topic for such a large board, anyways. . .