My father worked from afternoon to midnight, bummed around
with friends until dawn, came home and slept till noon, then got up for lunch and prepared to go to his office before 3 p.m.
Ai Weiwei bummed around
in New York in the 1980s where he took in liberal doses of our highly developed use of publicity--an American specialty brought to perfection with the help of Sigmund Freud.
For a few years after that, he bummed around
local institutions of higher learning concentrating on, in his words, co-ed softball and cheap beer.
When she was in her 20s, she "bummed around
the world with friends," hitching a ride on a private plane to South America, hopping freight trains in Canada and traveling from Brazil to Paraguay in a truck.
While my teammates bummed around
the hotel, I'd go off into the city for a look around.
After he was demobbed he "bummed around
a bit" in local journalism before applying to the BBC at the age of 24.
We've bummed around
so long with this idea that some youngsters who dreamt one day of playing there have played their testimonials.
"During his first 25 years, McQueen was abandoned by both parents, did time in Reform School and bummed around
You can also get bummed around
the end of summer vacation or the end of a holiday.
He'd landed the job by meeting a Canadian coterie at the Cannes festival, where he bummed around
as a wannabe filmmaker, sleeping on the beach and sneaking into movies with a fake pass.
And even then, Bush is likely to be more comfortable --as in Texas--with people who have bummed around
in less intellectually-pretentious precincts, as he has himself.
After his "retirement" five years later - the pre-fab boy group replaced its members when they turned 17 - Martin finished high school in Puerto Rico and then bummed around
New York for a year.
Zoe admitted: "I went through a major image crisis then, did no work and just bummed around
Somewhat disillusioned, and with no particular destination in mind, they bummed around
all summer, and eventually landed in Portland last fall.
He bummed around
until he was 27 and then went back into college because he left school at 16 and had no A-levels.'