A class of couch potatoes
doesn't necessarily make a society less sophisticated.
"People think that because of their size they need loads of exercise, but greyhounds in particular are big couch potatoes
It's no surprise that couch potatoes
start looking like potatoes.
Increasingly kids even in extremely poor cultures have access to the calorie-rich but nutrition-poor food options that have turned First World kids, particularly in the U.S., into undernourished, overweight couch potatoes
'It's as if these less than perfect male couch potatoes
think that anyone they don't fancy doesn't have a right to be on TV.
Emma Burrows, of the National Osteoporosis Society: "More and more Scottish teenagers are smoking, drinking couch potatoes
. This lays the foundations for osteoporosis."
of means will find the resort among the most wired in the nation: Each guest room features full Web access, a panoply of Nintendo games, and dependable cell-phone coverage--a big bonus in such a remote
Thanks for the Short Stuff article "Calling All Couch Potatoes
" [A/M '01].
Channel-surfing couch potatoes
definitely fails to describe this group of men and women, including those at the younger end of the spectrum.
Evolution has failed to turn dogs into couch potatoes
, computer game addicts, or other variations on sedentary themes--no self-respecting dog would shrug off a run.
She certainly gave us a giggle in an otherwise mundane night for us couch potatoes
Parents may soon have a way to budge TV-watching children from the sofa: a bicycle hooked up to the set on which, in order to see their favourite shows, couch potatoes
will have to pedal.