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It can happen if you sneeze hard enough. It happened to my friend's uncle's friend's girlfriend!

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#17 because this isn't ifunny. Comments appear in the order they are posted, not by the number of likes they receive

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Aren't you glad we can't sneeze with our eyes open, OP? "Yes we can't. Don't try it at home if you don't want your eyeballs to literally pop out".

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eeek that would freak me our so much if that ever happened to me! Hope your all good OP. Did you have spare glasses or contacts to put in/on to continue driving?

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I've actually had it happen, but more precisely, when I closed my eyes really quickly to sneeze, the contact got like folded in half. It was still in my eye but it was all messed up. And I was driving down the highway in the middle of nowhere. I definitely almost crashed.

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I was wondering that too!! I've worn contacts for the past 15 years and have never had anything like that happen.

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Wow. I guess I'm lucky, I've never had anything like that happen. Usually mine only get messed up if I rub my eyes the wrong way.

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I had it happen in gym class when I first started wearing contacts. A little differently being a tennis ball to the eye. Surprisingly I didn't bruise though.

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