- n. Plural form of mohawk.
“At that point, it's time for the Australian motorcycle punks in mohawks and bondage pants to come visiting the neighborhood.”
“Tie-dye shirts and mohawks are even more divorced from their original contexts than in Western countries 'corporate music extravaganzas.”
“Rebel Commune will make NO promise that children left for playdates will NOT return with their hair colored with unsweetened Kool-Aid and moussed into faux mohawks.”
“While Seattle's scarf-wielding supporters may look edgy compared to the baseball fans across the street at Safeco Field, Portland fans boast at least as many piercings, tattoos and mohawks.”
“Inside the cervecerίa there are couples making out, fingers strumming a guitar, a voice singing, mohawks twinned in earnest discussion, play and sound, muggy lighting.”
“We watch grainy footage of boyish punks in mohawks, talking about their ideas of resistance, what being punk means to them.”
“But, please, this year leave the fake mohawks, colored hair spray, faux piercings and studded leather collar in the basement where they belong.”
“Pace is winless so far this year, and teammate Jonfrey Sanchez said Henry had suggested the mohawks, saying, "Let's do something different.”
“My comment is neither stream nor free-verse and is most assuredly not punky as I am rather frightened by mohawks and piercings.”
“The future seems mapped, glued mohawks & photocopied zines & ruling queer nightclubs like queens.”
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