spoiled for choice

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spoiled for choice

Having an abundance of suitable or ideal options from which to choose, such that it may be difficult to make a decision. Primarily heard in US. Between video games, television, and the Internet, kids these days are being brought up spoiled for choice when it comes to their entertainment. Our hotel was right in the midst of the city's finest restaurants, so whenever we wanted something to eat, we were spoiled for choice.
See also: choice, spoil
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Currently, Kisumu and Mombasa are served from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by Kenya Airways, Jambojet, Fly540, and now SkyAero, the latest entrant into a once again crowded aviation market, where passengers are spoiled for choice over both price and service levels relying on which airline they select to fly with.
As a vegetarian it's very rare to be spoiled for choice and this is something I relish at Milgi on City Road in Cardiff.
Keith boss Darren Still believes he's spoiled for choice ahead of next month's League Cup Final.
And with wonderful organisations like the Owls organising activities, you'll be spoiled for choice.
The Dragons' boss will be spoiled for choice in deciding his matchday squad, the 16 players involved in the 5-0 victory at Sutton United a fortnight ago facing competition from the likes of the manager himself, Brett Ormerod, Stephen Wright and Jay Harris, none of whom figured at Gander Green Lane.
You'll be spoiled for choice with Lebanese, Japanese, French, Italian, Portuguese, Thai, Persian, Indian and Mediterranean, on offer, not to mention a coffee shop open for breakfast.
With an influx of applicants fighting for fewer vacancies, from universityleavers competing for a small pool of graduate schemes, to a host of 18-yearolds entering the job market for the first time, it's no surprise that businesses are spoiled for choice.
With an influx of applicants fighting for fewer vacancies, fromuniversity-leavers competing for a small pool of graduate schemes, to a host of 18-year-olds entering the job market, it's no surprise that businesses are spoiled for choice.
WARREN GAtlANd insists he is spoiled for choice as he bids to trim down his squad ahead of the World Cup in New Zealand.
With an influx of applicants fighting for fewer vacancies, from university-leavers competing for a small pool of graduate schemes, to a host of 18-year-olds entering the job market for the first time, businesses are spoiled for choice.
With an influx of applicants fighting for fewer vacancies, from university-leavers competing for a small pool of graduate schemes, to a host of 18 year-olds entering the job market for the first time, it's no surprise that businesses are spoiled for choice.
PHOTO gurus Mark Condren and Alex Mead are spoiled for choice while looking for that perfect image.
People today are spoiled for choice, but they're aware of what's good and not.
FANS of young pianist Freddy Kempf (and there are a lot of them) will be spoiled for choice next week.