They eat in front of the goggle box
and drink wine and beer whilst glued to the screen, often watching up to four hours of a favourite show at a time on catch-up TV.
IT'S time to tune into the television of the past and recall what we were watching on the goggle box
on this day, 40 years ago.
wheatus @PINEAPPLEO: Incredible set by @ GabySterbenz in front of the super cool @wheatus back drop @ CanUcheldreCtr #holyhead #wales @KASEJODIE: Just cried at goggle box
, those poor dogs it's absolutely heartbreaking
Turn off the goggle box
and get a grip of your future.
Huddled around the goggle box
for warmth and distraction from their humdrum lives, the 'arrival of the CEO of Swansea's 'third biggest call centre' into their world was akin to the first branch of McDonald's opening in a collapsed Soviet state.
The Daily Mail Britons are more likely to be glued to the goggle box
than almost any other nation in Europe, with a third of us watching at least three hours of television every weekday.
It's always good to have seating that faces each other so your living room is as much about conversation as it is watching the goggle box
John writes: "Spent morning in front of the goggle box
Tens of millions of Americans will be stocking up on beers and snacks and settling down in front of the goggle box
today for the annual Superbowl.
While digital offers metrics, and print longevity, no other medium has the power to engage, delight, infuriate and entertain in equal measure as the humble goggle box
Live theatre was art, but the stuff churned out by the goggle box
was assumed to be trash, so much so that when the BBC began to transmit plays, they found great difficulty in persuading anybody to supply scripts.
Never mind chestnuts roasting on an open fire, it's elderly relatives huddled round the goggle box
these days as the channels compete for viewing figures through their long-awaited Christmas specials.