Teletubbie

Teletubbie

A derogatory slang term for financial analysts who make regular news appearances and give financial advice on television.
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While these discoveries were engaging -- even moving -- our favorite discovery, by far, was the yellow Teletubbie. "Dad, there must be a story about this?" we asked.
While I'm still alive, though, God knows what they'll call me!" SIMON SHELTON BARNES The actor who played Tinky Winky, the handbag-carrying Teletubbie in the BBC children's series, died on January 17.
Games include The Teletubbie Challenge, The Cannon Run, Ultimate Relay and The Boat Race.
There is quite a famous property in nearby Druidston which is known as the 'Teletubbie House'.
"We can say that we have been drunk with a Teletubbie," King adds proudly.
From Being "Completely Teletubbie" to Being Veronica: Usefulness of Observation Sessions (Diagnostic Sessions) in Tracing the Evolutionary Process of a Mental Suffering
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. A bloated, bald hack who professional athletes secretly despise when they are interviewed because it is clear the coughing and spluttering journalist in front of them has not taken part in sporting activity since they left school.
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.