Mitt Romney barely winning a primary in his home state is like Charlie Sheen barely winning a primary in a hooters.
As the hooters press kit shows, an appreciation for breasts does not automatically translate to an appreciation of women.
After 15 minutes, they packed up their protest and headed to hooters.
Kat Cole, the chief executive officer of Cinnabon, started her career in high school as a part-time waitress at hooters.
“I was ‘hooters Girl No. 6’ and other ridiculous parts early on, basically a glorified extra,” says Chung.
I wonder if there were hooters when Tennyson wrote those popular lines about ringing in the New Year.
Far away over the snow sounded the hooters of the ironworks.
But the number of hooters in the streets at no time exceeded thirty, and they treated us to nothing worse than a few yells.
Wednesday was quiet; so also was Thursday, our peace being marred by neither shells nor hooters.
The sound, the weirdness of the hooters in itself, would keep back a braver foe.
by 1823, "anything that hoots," especially an owl, agent noun from hoot (v.). Slang meaning "nose" is from 1958. Meaning "a woman's breast" (usually in plural hooters) attested by 1972. The Hooters restaurant chain began 1983 in Clearwater, Florida, U.S.
A woman's breasts: Hooters (a synonym, I learn, for knockers) is a nice little play (1980s+)
A marijuana cigarette (1960s+ Students)