Touch Grass is an Internet term used to tell someone they spend too much time online. This literally means that they should touch grass outside, but in context, it means that they should get outside and see the world.
Touch grass can also mean “be calm” or “take a seat.” People say this when someone is agitated and needs to calm down for a better conversation. This can also be said for people who need to be less eager.
For example, if a person spends too much time on the Internet for work, studies, or on social media platforms, they can be told to touch the grass, meaning they should go outside for some time.
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