couch surf

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couch surf

or couch-surf  (kouch′sûrf′)
intr.v. couch surfed, couch surf·ing, couch surfs or couch-surfed or couch-surf·ing or couch-surfs Slang
1. To stay as a guest at another's house or at various houses in succession, especially when sleeping on a sofa or on the floor.
2. To engage in sedentary activities such as watching television.

couch surfer, couch′-surf′er n.
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Since, I have lived in rooms in shared houses, stayed with friends, boyfriends, couch-surfed, slept in artist studios and galleries, lived in caravans, a tent on the road to a summer of music festivals, a woodcutter's cottage, a hobbit house, empty buildings being done up and student places left abandoned to me over the holidays, long after I had graduated.
I couldn't find a job, so I couch-surfed for the first two years.
Graham's 160,000-mile global journey took 1,426 days to complete as he couch-surfed and hitch-hiked his way across the world on a shoestring budget of around PS10 a day.
SHE'S couch-surfed her way across Europe for O Tholg go Tolg and is now co-hosting Two Tube on RTE but in another life Blathnaid Treacy was a soapstar.