- n. Plural form of curler.
“This is based on the fact that very few smoking hawt women in curlers get arrested and put in jail.”
“Here, a woman in curlers loading groceries into her car.”
“Cecily confided to me that she never meant to put her hair up in curlers on Saturday nights again, because it was pretending.”
“Much of the conversation centered on backup forward Chris Andersen's hair, which looked like he had put up in curlers.”
“He calls the curlers on to the field of hope and fame,”
“Glowering down on the curlers is a graffiti Silverback Gorilla.”
“A former client who had slept with Emily three times claimed that on those occasions she wore a nightdress and did not have "curlers" in her hair.”
“It is good form to ring the bell of the front door several times, before going to the back door, for it may be that the lady of the house is dressing, or is hastily taking the folded paper "curlers" out of her front hair, or slipping on her "other skirt" before admitting the visitor.”
“Previously: Barnes & Noble and Borders have censored the latest cover of Dossier Journal featuring androgynous model Andrej Pejic taking off his button-down while his long blond locks are rolled in curlers, Elle.com reports.”
“We had two fridges, a handful of white leather couches, four beds with memory foam, two electric eyelash curlers, and a blender that could puree a rake.”
Looking for tweets for curlers.