What might be the Greek for this idiom::
A pipe and slippers man
A person who is old before their time. Often used to describe someone who marries young and is likely to be in bed before midnight on a Saturday.
Friend 1: 'Did you say that Ryan is coming out this weekend?'
Friend 2: 'No, mate. He's at home watching Gardners' World. He's gone proper Pipe and Slippers, nowadays.'
Often also used for a contented stay at home man, who is not interested in an active, social life.