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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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Those who try to escape or ignore eye candy most often fail.
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THREE dancers from Birmingham Royal Ballet have taken part in a unique art project to be unveiled at this year's Eye Candy pop culture festival.
Producer Mike Muscal expressed - “It helped tremendously to [have Eye Candy make it] look like a real movie.
I told folks I'm just supposed to be eye candy here for you guys," Obama said during a back-and-forth about him being the only man on the program.
For one day only, Eye Candy in Jawaharat AAAEShatti will host MaE[macron]a N and Joanna Nakhle, two companies founded by sisters from Lebanon.
Though Jordan has said she's not looking for eye candy, eye candy Stuart Manning is 6-4 favourite, followed by Gino D'Acampo at 11-4.
We promise the eye candy won't spoil your brunch--so go ahead and gawk while you gobble.
Last year Marc and Alistair decided to take their glamorous Eye Candy to the City of Angels and also pursue their other careers in modelling.