To catch someone's eye, to have a eye moment with a stranger.
Once or twice during his walk, Jason's eyes were momentarily eyejacked by pedestrians in the street.
by Robin Kazmeroff September 20, 2006
Spy, watch, or see an event, interaction or situation
that you have no business witnessing or
unintentionally witness.

James eyejacked my rendezvous with Kim and now
everyone knows I obtained copy of the test prior to
the final exam.
by Gregory Marcus September 19, 2006
Spy, watch, or see an event, interaction or situation that you have no business witnessing or unintentionally witness.
James eyejacked my rendezvous with Kim and now everyone knows I obtained copy of the test prior to the final exam.
by Gregory Marcus June 26, 2006
Marketing/Public relations slang term for the effectiveness of a PR message, display, graphic icons, layout or webpage to hijack attention and in that instant the message (positive and helpful or propaganda)is received and comprehended by the viewer.
If we tailor the presentation correctly, capture the emotion of the product, we should be able to eyejack the audience long enough to inform them of our promotion.
by Phil DuChard February 06, 2007

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