In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Even if you're an incurable couch potato, there's no excuse for not taking regular exercise.
- She in turn has become a couch potato, watching old movies and ordering take out.
- If your cat tends to be a couch potato, develop some games that stimulate exercise.
- Instead of being a couch potato this dull season, try catching a movie at the theatres, going to the club for a game, hosting a party at home or simply go shopping!
- ‘He used to do karate and hockey, but he's stopped doing that now and in the last few months he's been a bit of a couch potato,’ she said.
- Studio-hopping stars, hit films and comedy skits are being pitched in by all the major channels to add sparkle to yet another day for the couch potato.
- If the reader is a regular couch potato, he or she must be aware of this interesting series on the BBC.
- Instead of just sitting in front of your television being a couch potato, it offers you opportunity to shop online, play games and enjoy other activities.
- The advent of television and the emergence of the modern couch potato sounded the death knell for such activities.
- If you cannot sit still, stay home on your couch where you can stretch out and be the couch potato you've always aspired to.
- She makes the exercises easy enough that even a couch potato like me can do them.
- By lunch-time I could hardly walk and by evening picking up the TV controller made even being a couch potato a painful exercise.
- You can do it the couch potato's way: take a chairlift up the slope, your feet brushing the tops of the woodland trees that are just starting to take on their autumn colours.
- Let that be a lesson to the couch potato in us all.
- ‘He has become a couch potato and online addict this summer,’ she said bitterly.
- Playing with these toys while watching TV is much better than being a couch potato!
- While he pumps iron to improve his physique, he is a renowned couch potato, who likes nothing better than to lounge about with the remote control at his fingertips.
- Most of us know that some exercise is essential to our health and well-being but making the progression from a couch potato to reasonable fitness seems like a long and puzzling road.
- Watching television has given rise to the couch potato syndrome.
- The couch potato, chip-munching life-style is too common and it is clearly unhealthy.
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