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  • I'm with Croydonian on the Chopper issue, but I did have a blue spacehopper.

    Look Back In Languor

  • Life was so much easier for our parents before plastic toys when all we had was a spacehopper a tiny tears and a mechano set.

    Something is Rotten....

  • When will it end?...don't they realise they should all be on the next hipster thing by now...the spacehopper?

    Recycled Cycling: What's Happening to my Special Purpose?

  • Mind you, Jack's spacehopper works now, which gives them a bit more leeway with him... the Doc won't have to go back to 21st Century Cardiff to interact with him anymore, unless they break it again in the last episode.

    Mark Wright on Martha

  • Ballads such as Gotta Be You showcase their obvious vocal talents while forthcoming single One Thing and polished number one smash What Makes You Beautiful get the arena bouncing like a hyperactive spacehopper on Red Bull.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The national bounce that Nick Clegg gained from the TV debates is only a spacehopper height swing towards the Lib Dems in Scotland, where the party currently has 11 MPs.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • That said, I do definitely take the point that too much 'Aran jumper wearing Richard Thompson lauding' 70s spacehopper post-modern musing 'nostalgia (which seems to be a lightly-worn core value/shared reference point at the magazine's heart) is a dangerous thing and a bit of up to the minute grit is needed to form the monthly pearl.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • We caught the bus and bounced to KL sentral at 100 km on what felt like a spacehopper.

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • At the end of the evening we usually ended up in a basement club on the Kings Road, on one occasion found DB and a lad from 4 Para, alone on a dancefloor with a "girl" who looked very similar to a spacehopper - short, round, orange and bouncy.

    Army Rumour Service

  • A chatshow where all form of wit and insight was jettisoned in favour of a blisteringly concentrated effort to make the interviewee burst into tears at the earliest opportunity - which they obviously would, because being trapped in such an enclosed space with Morgan's braying spacehopper of a head will do that to you.

    The Guardian World News

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  • An iconic 80's toy consisting of an inflatable rubber ball of about two feet diameter with two "horns" protruding from the top. The rider sits astride the spacehopper, grabs the horns for balance, and boings around the back yard. Then granny has a turn, then we all go inside to watch Krypton Factor.

    February 20, 2008