eye broccoli
n. An unattractive person.
The result was not always happy, it seems, as Wilson's Kimmie as well as Marika (Lauren Ash) and Helen-Alice (Liza Lapira) face insults and snobbery such as being called "eye broccoli."
—Liane Bonin Starr, “Press Tour: Rebel Wilson tackles 'eye broccoli' on 'Super Fun Night',” HitFix, August 04, 2013
I'm remembering some of the eye broccoli I ended up with when I was unattached. We re talking serious horse-beasts.
—Ross O'Carroll-Kelly, “Ross O'Carroll-Kelly,” The Irish Times, February 23, 2013
2009 (earliest)
Of course, it is possible that the apparent foreverness of marriage made her figure you were stuck with her, so why spend all the extra time hot-oiling and blow-drying? You wanted eye candy? Too bad. You get eye broccoli.
—Amy Alkon, “Can't Get There From Hair,” The Athens News, July 09, 2009
This unattractive insult is the physical antithesis of eye candy, a phrase that first starting appearing in print in the mid-1980s.

Speaking of candy, for no reason other than whimsy, I would like to take this opportunity to salute the person who first described bacon as "the candy of meat."