“Seeking a long-term (perm) 24/7 slave, for absolute ownership/slavery,” his profile on Collarpsace.com read.
Anna Nemtsova reports on the harsh conditions that await the young mothers in Mordovia and perm, the ‘gateway to Siberia.’
My sisters opened a beauty parlor in their bedroom, curling hair with crisscrossed bobby pins and calling it a perm.
1927, shortened form of permanent wave (1909). The verb is first recorded 1928.