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eye candy

Slick images, animations and other graphics effects that are added to websites and applications. They are designed to excite and stimulate the user more often than to perform any necessary function. In other words, glitz, sizzle and pizzazz. See cornea gumbo.
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PAPER WORK: Emma Gordon, of eyecandy interior design, is happy to be running her own business
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It's a way to get sympathy and attention from the eyecandy in office he's wanted to hook up with," she says.
Enrique Iglesias - Away WARBLY emotional Latin pop from Mr Smouldering Eyecandy.
Incidentally I am indebted for the above two items to the almost daily Eyecandy newsfeed from Eric Morehouse.
Net will distribute a total of $100,000 in cash prizes ranging from the big $30,000 award for Most Improved Open Source Project and a $10,000 Most Improved Kernel Module to a more lighthearted $2,000 Best Unix Desktop Eyecandy Award.
She's followed the country garden formula of choosing great signature plants, such as roses, and added eyecandy plants, like rhododendrons, for a seasonal wow factor and a Japanese maple, which has duel-season interest when its leaves unfurl in spring and later produce autumn tints.
com), an image subscription product that provides one of the most complete offerings available in the marketplace, to include 19 new image collections which now includes content from Purestock, Eyecandy Images, Ron Chapple Studios, TongRo Images, Fogstock, Wavebreak Media and Zoonar.
At ages 28 and 18, me and Ashleigh were the youngest in the hotel by around 50 years, which obviously meant there wasn't much in the eyecandy department.
Oliver Hudson (brother of the more famous Kate) provides the male eyecandy as one half of engaged lovebirds Adam and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich).