couch potato

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an idler who spends much time on a couch (usually watching television)

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With Uber and Careem already sending ripples through the country, we're keen to see how Couch Potato will add to the landscape.
That's why marathon mice are fitter and have more type I muscle fibers than couch potato mice-their PPAR beta/d and ERR?
Of course it is not the Oxford English Dictionary's fault, but we want to use another term than couch potato because potatoes are inherently healthy.
Leach is pretty good at rehashing this depressing trajectory from flaneur to couch potato.
Apparently plenty, according to the Couch Potato Poll, a national consumer survey commissioned by DuPont Dacron Fiberfill.
Take another glance at the scenes tomorrow's couch potato might see on the television.
When nutritionist Jane Hurley walked down the potato chip aisle of a supermarket just five years ago, she left with a conclusion that would make a couch potato cringe with guilt: Pretzels.
MIT MEDIA LAB director Nicholas Negroponte on the concept of "digital convergence": "The message is that the consumer is not the couch potato that everyone thinks he is.
The best way to do this is to set a good example by not being a couch potato yourself.
Lovely black and white pencil illustrations of Aggie and friends add visual mterest to her story in "The 45 mph Couch Potato.
Washington, Dec 1 (ANI): Scientists at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute have used a couch potato mouse model to study muscle function.
SALES of couch potato snacks are up as Britons spend more time in front of the television, figures show.
COUCH potato Brits are spending more than pounds 300 a year on snacks as they spend more time slouched in front of the telly.
The ad reads: "We are looking to hire the ultimate average Joe who isn't afraid to eat more, be themselves and become a professional couch potato.
And 20% described themselves as a couch potato or as someone who never exercises.