follow (someone or something) around

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follow (someone or something) around

To move or follow close behind someone or something, often in an annoying way. I'm a preschool teacher, so I've had toddlers following me around all day. The interior designer can't get any work done with your puppy constantly following her around!
See also: around, follow
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We went to a good many shops, adopting this principle at each one; and the consequence was that, by the time we had finished, we had as fine a collection of boys with baskets following us around as heart could desire; and our final march down the middle of the High Street, to the river, must have been as imposing a spectacle as Marlow had seen for many a long day.
Lucy added: "We've both found our marriage really hard so having a TV crew following us around for 6 weeks and being paid money to talk about Jon's bald spot is really going to help us."
There were fans following us around on outdoor shoot sets.
Bad weather, giant waves and even a 6ft swordfish following us around for a full day, and we managed to get some good footage of it.
Sue: Mary has been following us around ever since we finished Bake Off.
"We had three kids following us around [and] Clay noticed there were only two kids he could see...
During our recent foray into a mall, we asked a young woman some questions about the products on display and after answering, she started following us around the store.
The only difference was that a crew was following us around. I felt like 'Dora the Explorer,' walking all over Hong Kong with my backpack.
Do we get 100 men in plate armour following us around Dudley?'
"Do we get 100 men in armour following us around Dudley?
"Wherever we go, they're kind of following us around, looking at us, and questioning us," Joy Haines said.
"We've been going 51 years and Banger's been following us around since he was 14 and a fan."
e sheep kept following us around, the goats wanted to see if we had any food and tried to rip our bags open and the piglets were so tiny that I wanted to take one back to the hospice to live in my garden.
It was a bit sinister because this bloke kept following us around. I thought I'd lost him and then he rolled up so I went and had a word.
"To see so many fans following us around and supporting the team has been impressive.