Teletubbie

Teletubbie

A derogatory slang term for financial analysts who make regular news appearances and give financial advice on television.
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We can say that we have been drunk with a Teletubbie," King adds proudly.
Sarah Grew was going low-budget for her son Yasha, 10, who planned to dress up as an evil Teletubbie, a twist on the British children's show from the late 1990s.
Y hay una portada para Rolling Stone en la que David LaChapelle plasma con su lente el imaginario que por entonces flotaba sobre Britney: ella esta sobre sabanas de satin fucsia, en ropa interior, hablando por telefono con una mano mientras con la otra abraza a un Teletubbie.
The photographer, David La Chapelle, told Britney she didn't want to look "buttoned up" and photographed her hugging a Teletubbie.
However, I fear if I'm not careful I'll end up looking like a Teletubbie.
Life seemed to be getting better, but things took another turn for the worse when he went to buy a Teletubbie doll for one of his beloved nephews.
Knowing what will happen to Boo if she's caught, and quickly suspecting that physical contact with her isn't so dangerous after all, Sulley and Mike protect the pig-tailed kid, a pre-verbal imp whose utterances sound like those of a Teletubbie on speed and who is, unfortunately, not the most endearing tyke ever put onscreen.
The Teletubbie characters are used under licence from creators Ragdoll Productions, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.
Not sure yet which Teletubbie should replace RCA Records man Simon Cowell or sacked Pepsi Chart TV host and local radio DJ Neil Doctor Fox.