I googled the phrase "make one's eyes bleed". It seems to me that this is a sort of idiom. I am not quite sure in which situations you say this. Is this expression often used in English, or it is rather rare? I also found the expression 'bleed from the eyes' in the urban dictionary.
'Bleed from the eyes' is used when one really doesn't want to even consider doing something, as it may cause them brain trauma. Can also be described as being more appealing than the activity they are trying to get out of.
As it seems to me, this definition contains two opposite meanings. On the one hand, it is used when someone considers something annoying, dull or tedious or even ugly. On the other hand, it can be used to describe something pleasant, attractive as compared to other things. Am I right? In my opinion, this definition is ambiguous in this dictionary.
Is it possible to express the opinion on some aspects of linear algebra, using this expression?
Matrix operations are so boring that my eyes begin bleeding every time I deal with these things;
I find matrices unbearable, they make my eyes bleed.