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Couch surfing is a neologism referring to the practice of moving from one friend or relative's house to another, sleeping in whatever spare space is available, floor or couch, and generally staying a few days before moving on to the next house.
People sometimes couch-surf when travelling, and sometimes because they are homeless.
"Couch Surfer" was the title of a song by Bran Van 3000 written in the 90s.
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