Cooking and having your glasses fog up every time you open the oven or take the lid off a pot.
Or having the same issue when trying to drink tea or eat soup in winter.
Struggling every time you want to watch a movie or read while lying on your side.
Wanting to branch out every year
and buy "fun" new frames but then just sticking with plain old black.
Having your friends ask if they can try on your glasses,
only for them to put them on and exclaim,
"WOAH! You're BLIND!"
Or them asking you how many fingers they're holding up like you're actually blind.
The annoying side-effects of seeing a 3D movie.
Getting a smudge on your glasses
but thinking that you just have something in your eye.
So you rub your eye and the smudge doesn't go away...
but now you have a sore eye.
Tying to clean the smudge with the corner of your shirt
and just making them smudgier than they were to begin with.
But then experiencing the pure wonder that comes with a clean pair of glasses, when you see the world in true HD.
Being asked by the optometrist "which is clearer: one or two?"
when they both just look like blurry smudges to you.
Losing your glasses but needing your glasses to find your glasses.
Forgetting your prescription sunnies
and having to wear normal sunglasses on top of your glasses.
Never being able to take a photo with face filters.
Being outside in the rain, unable to see anything within seconds.
Working out with your glasses on, and having to CONSTANTLY push them up as you're sweating.
Having to take your specs off on rollercoasters and see nothing,
OR spend the whole ride pushing them onto your face.
Wearing fake lashes and feeling them brush against your lenses every time you blink.
But also trying to put on makeup in the first place is impossible, because though you need them to see, they also really get in the way.
Taking your glasses off and looking like an entirely different person.
And having everyone tell you to JUST WEAR CONTACTS.
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