use irresistible in a sentence.
With cream cheese frosting in a cake, they are irresistible.
This was simply too irresistible to not post.
Isn't Slashdot's whole karma system designed specifically because us hackers find it irresistible to play games.
It's like that blinking light on the Blackberry -- ignorable in principle, but irresistible in practice.
Are you a Northampton Townie who got the irresistible urge to migrate to to Portland, Oregon?
I wish I could find PJ Eby's "Irresistible motivation" video.
This was all just too irresistible.
To be fair a trampoline is pretty irresistible to a child.
Is there a reason the ukulele helps your voice aside from the irresistible urge to mimic Tiny Tim's falsetto?
People who don't use twitter find the "twitter/twit" thing irresistible, it seems.
Another good Behavioral Economics book: Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior by Ori Brafman and Rom Brafman I liked it a lot better than Predictably Irrational.
There's nothing more irresistible to a tech geek than recursive irony, regardless of where they fall (or wish they fell) on the YouTube/Digg/Reddit/HN commenter spectrum.
When I first heard about java applets many years ago, I had an irresistible intuition that they were somehow related to Apple.
Note however that: 1) the get-rich-quick stories are irresistible.