An adjective, the phrase refers to long-time comedian and actor Paul Lynde who occupied the center square in the long-running television show Hollywood Squares. The phrase is used to describe a person or thing that is flamboyantly gay.

See "Center Square Gay".

Sometimes a perjorative as in a put-down of a person or thing.

Hipster slang heard in Hyde Park, Chicago; UW- Madison, Wisconsin and Washington, DC political circles.
"Mike's dress is center square."
"Can Mike be any more center square?"
"Did you hear that? It was so center square."
by Pennlingo January 24, 2012

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