RealLife Radio #102 – The Most Popular TV Phrases
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We have a very special episode this week for you TV lovers out there. We talk about catchphrases from many of our favorite shows, like Friends, the Simpsons, Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, and more!
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Words You Will Learn:
- Flick through Channels – also known as channel surfing, when you aimlessly click through the TV channels to find something to watch or avoid commercials.
- Shoot hoops – to play basketball
- Misbehave – to act badly
- Doozy – something outstanding and unique
- Transcend – to go beyond the limits of
- Keep (one’s) eyes peeled – keep a close watch, pay attention to
- Peel a potato – to remove the skin of the potato
- Catchphrase – a well-known sentence or phrase associated with a famous person or character
- Player – someone (usually a man) who sleeps with many women
- Womanizer – a man who uses women (like player, but whereas player can be an endearing term, womanizer has a much more negative connotation)
- Wingman – a person (usually a guy) who helps you to pick up women
- Talk (someone) up – to say good things about someone and make him or her seem exceptional
- Bro code – rules between guy friends
- Stub your toe – to hit your toe on the edge of something
- Look (someone) up and down – to check someone out, to look at someone’s body in attraction
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Joey Teaches Rachel how to pick up a guy using his famous catchphrase “How you doing?”
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Awesome radio, I will be trying not to miss even once. For me, just a little bit fast:)
Winter is coming can be example of catchphrase in the future?
I think it’s already become this one
Great episod! Good work, guys! That’s what she said lol