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MEGOMy Eyes Glaze Over (during a boring speech or briefing)
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Selecting the proper wine textbook to train wine novices can be a tricky challenge; get one that's too pedantic and the dreaded learning disability MEGO (my eyes glazed over) might set in.
Homilies often start out fine, with an interesting anecdote or story, but before long the faces of the congregation have retreated to the MEGO zone: my eyes glaze over.
FEW issues have as much MEGO (My Eyes Glaze Over) power as questions about the accuracy of government statistics.