A curunring match between clubs
- A cur/ing match between clubs.
n. "sporting" task in which marginally inebriated Canadians curl huge lumps of granite down a frozen carpeting of ice to be able to get a "hammer" which, in my opinion, may be the metric exact carbon copy of a "fifth" of rye. Oddly enough a "fifth", in curling, is a new player also inexperienced to try out really. Brooms are accustomed to clear dirt off the ice and roller blades could be used for diminished grip but aren't compulsory.Originally the video game ended up being played on Scotland's ponds by English troops with frozen lumps of haggis..............................
(letter.) A cur/ing match between clubs.