hula hoops


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hula hoops

large plastic hoops revolved around body by hip action (1950s). [Am. Hist.: Sann, 145–149]
See: Fads
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You'd dress up as a native American and try to hula hoop, of course.
She discovered National Hula Hoop Day while browsing the web, and decided it would make a great way to generate some excitement.
In the waiting room he wanted some Hula Hoops, so we got a bag and he pulled this long, massive thing out.
Families were invited to make their own lasagne in exchange for a donation to the Bradley-based charity while the Halifax Road restaurant also hosted a sponsored hula hoop session.
En 1999, el Hula Hoop fue introducido al Salon de la Fama del Juguete en Rochester, Nueva York.
This activity could be modified by using much smaller materials than hula hoops for the structures.
This is not the first time the brand has introduced a larger Hula Hoop--in March 2001 it launched bags of Hula Hoops XL in Beef & Mustard, Chilli, Nacho Cheese and Curry Flavours.
unitary) plastic hula hoops embedded with sparkly shiny flecks--they were awesome.
SKILLS: Alex Brown and Mia White, far left, tackle the hula hoops while others, above left, take part in a volleyball game HIP ACTION: Dina Hassan left, shows off her hula hoop skills Pictures by DOUG MOODY
Hula Hoops crisps organised for thousands of people throughout Britain to take part in a two-minute hula hoop at the same.
LUNENBURG - Last fall, Michelle Obama helped create nationwide hoopla about hula hoops.