My husband apparently did that when he was in middle school, as he didn’t like wearing glasses. Somehow he willed his eyes to function properly. Amazing. Meanwhile, my eyes remain too lazy to bother focusing – glasses please!
Oh – and happy Thanksgiving!
And thus Sasha’s glasses are rarely seen ever again because she always misplaces them. Brilliant!
Sasha uses the term ‘glasses’ loosely.
The pressure is on at the eye doctor’s. One wrong answer and you’ll end up with bad glasses! For life! (Or until your next appointment).
For some reason, though, I think they might check enough that they end up at the right one anyway. I’ve gotten much more lax about this as time has gone on, bu I have kept my eye doctor in suspense a few times. >_>
Chairs at the eye doctor’s do have a lot of equipment around them. Watch out for the air puffs!
You can do it, Sasha!
My eyes nowadays have a really hard time with a lot of letters, though. D’s and O’s are the worst. And don’t get me started on 0’s.
A full color comic is the perfect time to display an eye test! Brilliant!
It’s funny because grayscale.