- n. Plural form of glowstick.
“Still, festival organizers may be somewhat ambivalent about rave culture: Among other illicit items, glowsticks were banned security staff wore the accessories they confiscated.”
“There are a whole range of strategies people have been developing over the last five to 10 years, such as changing the shape of hooks, changing the colour of the glowsticks and changing the bait types.”
“Fashion me a necklace out of glowsticks while we dance?”
“In our party Friday night, this ethos was best embodied by a 30-something professional who found a willing dance partner in an alleged 20-something biologist wearing a headband, a basketball referee's shirt, and plastic light-up American flag sunglasses, bearing a fair arsenal of flexible glowsticks.”
“His music, especially the below track "Dream Catcher," conjures up images of Mario and Luigi swirling glowsticks in the air.”
“Sotheby's Vice Chairman Jamie Niven commandeered the stage, and began an auction: guests were instructed to hold up these glowsticks to make bids.”
“Halfway through the dinner, glowsticks were handed out to the guests: would there be some sort of a rave after dessert?”
“Blenders and glowsticks. youtubes via laughingsquid”
“Round up the Sober Team, bare your wrist and grab your glowsticks: Ultra Music Festival's phase one lineup has been released for 2012, and boy is it a doozy: this March you'll be not only be partying with the usual Tiesto and Guetta, but pioneering Dusseldorf EDM foursome Kraftwerk.”
“But about those glowsticks -- Hot Chip is not just a dance group, and this was not just a dance party.”
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