channel-hopping love



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  • adj. that travels across the English Channel


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  • But the truth is that at home at this time, the children would be huddled by the telly while Nev and I grab a moment to catch up after work, and later Nev would be channel-hopping while I mindlessly flick around the internet or read beside him.

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  • Southland Tales was like mad channel-hopping, but this is like mad channel-hopping when every single channel is directed by the same explosive egomaniac.

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  • Yesterday morning I was that same little boy again, desperately channel-hopping for cricket scores, this time in search of news of the astonishing never-see-his-like-again phenomenon that is Muttiah Muralitharan.

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  • Such was the chorus of cash registers that word soon spread of FIAC's perfect counterpoint to London's giant Frieze Art Fair, the week before, and October channel-hopping will likely be de rigueur next year.

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  • Anyway, last night I was tired and sleepy and I slummocked in front of the tele, channel-hopping we have freeview - yay, more than five channels, at last channel-hopping really means exactly that.

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  • Being at home yesterday, I spent much time channel-hopping betwen TV news broadcasts.

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  • However, I did once catch him watching 'Happy Gilmore' whilst channel-hopping on Sky, but that was probably due to the golf theme more a potential love for Adam Sandler movies!

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  • Tonight's sympathetic scheduling almost allowed for complete viewing of both semi-finals though channel-hopping as I was it was easy to get confused about Ray's rumba or Matt and Lilia's rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone.

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  • There's been a movement towards the fast and furious because kids are channel-hopping and catching the eye candy of the moment.

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  • Thanks to channel-hopping, it was actually the only part of the pilot I saw, and my response was, "God, that sucks."

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