“His signature routine, which he lovingly reworked for years (and through frequent arrests) was "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television" (you can find it on 1972's platinum album Class Clown, or watch a 1978 update), a radio broadcast of which brought his work to the attention the Supreme Court, which in FCC v. Pacifica Foundation (1978) affirmed the government's right to say "earmuffs" to New York radio listeners.”
“he has been an irresistible lunatic with a strange reservoir of undying confidence, peculiar sensitivity and the kind of morality that insists on "earmuffs" for a child's ears while a frat party is planned.”
“When we asked a passing girl pressing her earmuffs close to her head, she said "what a nuisance!" and scurried on.”
“I should have worn a scarf and hat, maybe earmuffs.”
“Put on some earmuffs and less whine, moar vampire secks.”
“Deirdre Devine, 41, of Hubbard, Ohio, wore red earmuffs and a yellow paper hat that said "Impeach Kasich.”
“She was decked out in a full-length sable with mink earmuffs, black leather gloves, and high-heeled boots.”
“But as it turned out when we boarded the aircraft, after donning life vests and helmets with noise-canceling earmuffs, I wasn't worried at all for myself.”
“Then again, that disconnect is what makes Bob Saget's act so devastatingly funny, even if a part of us still impulsively wants to reach for the earmuffs.”
“I only need to use the earmuffs once a week, but they are 1000 times more effective than the white iPod deterrent (previously tried, I kept plugging them in and playing music – I found this to be more of a distraction: -)”
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If you like piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, I would suggest this other list.
Ear words and phrases. A companion piece to b-see--the-eyes-have-it-b and the-nose-knows.
Palavras que pesquiso desde 2011.
Looking for tweets for earmuffs.