wurley

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wurley

(ˈwɜːlɪ) or

wurlie

n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) Austral an Aboriginal hut
[from a native Australian language]
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Cheesy pasta and Curly Wurlies are at the centre of many recurring gags.
ARMED with a basket full of Curly Wurlies, Percy Pigs and a bag of Hula Hoops, Little Red Riding Hood must walk through the scary woods to deliver it to her Granny's house before darkness falls, but first she must fend off the hungry wolf.
3When I've cut up Curly Wurlies at an angle and chocolate bars to give it some decorative height.
I love normal chocolate like Freddos, Smarties, Milky Ways, fingers of Fudge and Curly Wurlies.
There are no Spangles or Marathon Bars and Curly Wurlies, and everything is much softer and less tingly: Rowntree's Fruit Gums, Fruit Salads and Blackjacks, Refreshers, chocolate buttons, coconut mushrooms, sherbert dabs.
Must we promise to eat only Big Macs and Curly Wurlies and drink gallons of Cherry Coke, forsaking all Pepsis and Dr Pepper's?
She reaffirmed she was a fan of Cadbury Creme Eggs, but revealed Curly Wurlies were also a personal favourite.
What we need is for someone to grab Kraft by the short and Curly Wurlies and demand to know what the hell is going on.
Probably due to overdosing on Vimto and Curly Wurlies, I had four teeth filled when I was a child and that lasted me.
Well I don't see how moving the factory to Poland will ensure a regular supply of Curly Wurlies to my local shop.
The only 'nursing' thing I can recall Daisy telling me, was how she'd take a long stick, and scrape away the filth from under and around the sick as they lay in their wurlies with flu or measles or whatever.
just above the high water mark, in beehive shaped wurlies thatched with great sheets of tea-tree (Melaleuca) bark'.