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Friday phrase: Mouse Potato



Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Mouse Potato
(MOUS po•tay•toe)
Noun:
-A person who spends large amounts of their leisure or working time on a computer.

Combination of couch potato and computer mouse.

Used in a sentence:
“Would you quit being such a mouse potato and go get some sun, you’re starting to frighten the children!”

(from Grandiloquent Word of the Day, on Facebook)

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