I looked good in glasses when I had a longer hair. I decided to shave it off prior to the new year's eve. Yeah, all of it.
I checked some glasses on Monday, found similar ones that I had before. They look reasonable, but because I've been eating too much and gaining weight again, they don't look as good as they could. The frames were 80% off but the lenses alone would've cost 159€, so the total cost would've been 198€ and some cents. That's almost 200€. Not gonna spend about 60% of my monthly income on glasses.
So I guess I'm stuck in the 240p vision for a bit longer.
Also, my mom's cable TV box broke today. ****ing awesome. Tried to fix it but in vain.
And of course there are simply no 20-30€ basic models, in fact the cheapest ones are on 70€ range. Screw that, she ain't gonna spend that much and nor will I, as I don't own a TV or ever watch it.
Man if I could get Lasik I would do it in a heart beat. Most of those risks have been minimized by modern laser technology, and I have been wearing glasses since the third grade and I am sick to death of them. I would really like the option to just wake up and NOT wear glasses
I'm the only member of my family who has never needed any sort of glasses or contacts. I always felt like I really lucked out on that, but instead of glasses I ended up having one of my permanent teeth never grow in. Basically, that involved me having braces twice for a total of 4 years (because the first orthodontist screwed up) and having major jaw surgery (which has been the cause of my occasional sinus problems) when I was 20. All because of one tooth.
So yeah, there's my medical issues. Thought I should contribute.
Made some annoying girls that were trying to get "White girl wasted" really mad at Reids last night. They were apparently very into the new Drake album that was playing front to back on the juke, so my friends coughed up enough to play 2112, Echoes by Floyd, and a 30 minute Miles Davis tune in a row.
Last edited by ewoksonhoth: 01-16-2013 at 11:31 AM.