square eyes

square eyes

- Used to describe someone addicted to television.
See also related terms for television.
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uk) 4 square eyes Go white out in these bold retro frames, PS12, Asos.
The new collection has launched in three shapes--modern round eyes, classic 1950s square eyes and a soft female shape.
TOO much telly is meant give you square eyes, but appears to have turned Gogglebox star Jenny's a different shape altogether.
And the people who delight in the advertising industry most, and the huge expenditure of every citizens' income which it adds to every product, are the people who get cheated regularly, staring with square eyes, at the same repeated nonsense - "98% of those asked, swore that ours was the best".
If you're keen to join the ranks and ditch your square eyes and app-induced anxiety why not unplug with a digital detox holiday?
Despite our square eyes, Britons are among the least likely to watch news and current affairs, with 13 per cent not watching any during the working week.
Instead of warning us that at this rate we'll all end up with square eyes, a new series - Gogglebox - aims to celebrate our obsession with the small screen by hearing from the experts - the ordinary viewers.
YOU'LL get square eyes if you sit too close to that telly
Don't they say you get square eyes if you watch too much TV?
The Contagion study suggests that a large majority of the population are still under the illusion that they can, for example, get square eyes from watching too much television, or get better night vision from eating more carrots," Smith said.
I swear, you lot will have square eyes by the time we get to January.
However, while there's goodies to be got, the gamer in us is going to get square eyes while we go in search of them.