- n. Plural form of earring.
“The show itself was full of plaid and Sex Pistols-y safety pin earrings and bomber jackets and boots.”
“In Teuchitlán's workshops, skilled craftsmen fashioned the obsidian into knives, spear heads, mirrors of extraordinary quality, unique, ultra-thin earrings and flat-bladed swords called macahuitls, capable of chopping off an enemy's leg or a horse's head with one blow.”
“The most common type of earrings is the stud earring.”
“I had a single pair of earrings from the time I was pierced until I was 7.”
“A man with a tattoo of Britney Spears 'name on his arm or neck allegedly stole a Chihuahua with pink earrings from a South Florida gay bar.”
“•Vanessa Williams bought Ugly Betty cast members the LK Designs by Leetal Kalmanson coin earrings she wore to L. A.'s High School Musical 2 premiere. $130 at Addisoncollection. net.”
“Crafter Becky Stern says: To go along with my Vicodin earrings, I made this Vicodin ring from sterling silver.”
“He's already the first male TV golf analyst to appear on-air in earrings: That's a testament to my commitment to the Native American culture, where many men wear earrings.”
“You pick out a pair of earrings from the table, you show them to her and she gives you a title.”
“I had to change that so as not to appear illiterate, but I think "You earrings" is probably funnier.”
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