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When I was playing dodgeball in 2nd grade, a ball hit me in the face and shattered my glasses, so as I bent over to clean up the mess, everyone targeted me and hit me about 15 more times

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When I was playing dodgeball in 2nd grade, a ball hit me in the face and shattered my glasses, so as I bent over to clean up the mess, everyone targeted me and hit me about 15 more times

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When I was in school, we had these stupid foam balls that were stupidly hard to even throw cause they were so light and they were always ripped up

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lol. Reusing a contact lens after picking it off the floor and rinsing it off? Depends on how badly you need an eye infection... No thank you! Sorry for your sour luck OP!

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OP probably bent down to search for it out habit/instinct. Who hasn't dropped their contact putting it in and immediately bent down to search for it? Unfortunately, this was wrong place, wrong time.

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Can... Can all of you afford to get new contacts every time you drop them? Find it, rinse it, maybe let it soak for awhile in solution. I definitely don't just get new contacts every time one hits the ground.

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#38, contacts are fairly priced to be honest, yet I drop them too many times to count, and I would have to shell out alteast an extra $500 for all the times they touched the floor in the past 6 months. But I am talking about 3 month use contacts, comments above are probably talking about daily use contacts, ones that you throw away at the end of each day, they are very cheap and come in huge packs. Also, I have tried to re insert a contact once that fell, by only rubbing some of the disinfectant solution, but even then my eye turned red and burned. They should be left in the solution for 4 hours to be safe to use again and there would not be any infections or risks. Unless the solution is older than 24 hours...

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