- n. Plural form of Q-tip.
“Do you know where these so-called Q-tips originated?”
“But you’ve heard it before (assuming you’re not suffering from hearing loss): Don’t stick any spearlike objects (aka Q-tips) into your ear, as they can perforate your eardrum.”
“He used Q-tips to create vivid geometrical shapes on the living room floor.”
“We change oil in our scooters, compound and wax the finish of our cars, tighten loose bolts, snug up belts, check fluids, run Q-tips through vents, spit-shine leather, put air -- and sometimes even nitrogen -- in tires, and pay our local dealer or mechanic to do those more complex tasks that are beyond our ken.”
“The shower soaps smell expensive, the chilled towels are drenched in eucalyptus and hoarders can stock up on free Q-tips, razors and cotton balls.”
“I am through trying to beat Q-tips into shrutes anvil of a head.”
“Thanks for the free clown show but trying to explain things to morons like you is too much like trying to beat Q-tips into anvils.”
“But after what's happened in Japan, the fact that Indian Point isn't getting any younger and that New York remains ground zero for every two-bit terrorist and if you happen to be the sort of obsessive individual who travels with noise-canceling earplugs, pocket-size tissues and Q-tips in their own plastic sleeve, you'd frankly be irresponsible not to plan for Armageddon.”
“Astrid Stawiarz for The Wall Street Journal Elihu Rose "188,000 Q-tips were involved," said Mr. Rose, in their work so far.”
“Clean it meticulously (pipe cleaners, Q-tips, solvent, etc.) and see if that helps.”
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