By Midnightpearls - 02/11/2012 15:39 - United States
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Lets wait forever before we realize we have a problem that just got worse. It is easy to screw up your eyes sight. If you closed one eye for a long period of time it eventually becomes weaker which is why you really shouldn't wear an eye patch for too long even though this had nothing to do with an eye patch.
Not to mention; usually the prescription is different, so you should be able too tell cause it's blurry or not as clear. I've put mine in the wrong eye before and it was funny inward vision, really odd angles to things. If they are soft contacts, each month you replace them they're color coded to tell you which eye. Otherwise I'm sorry OP, that your eyes are close to the same prescription to where you didn't notice right off.
I think you just have to make the right accommodation for these puns. I think their humor is right off the amsler grid. Just taking A-scan through the comments and they have the best jokes. Don't worry, its just an astigmatism about puns, not everyone gets them. I have binocular vision for jokes like that, however, despite the blind spot most have. Cone you make any more puns? I really love them.
When I don't wear my glasses or when each eye had a separate prescription and I switched contacts, I would get a headache. I don't really know what causes it, I guess straining your eyes so much cause the headaches. Luckily now I have -4.75 in both eyes so I don't have to worry about confusing my contacts
I'm guessing from people who don't understand it, and in turn, think it's a dumb idea. It's really not; like i said, I had different prescriptions at one point and there really is a difference when you switch contacts. If you're using one too strong for your eye, it's extremely "magnified" looking, while the one that isn't strong enough for the eye leaves it blurry. Once they're taken off, your vision improves in a way; you can't see better, obviously, but it's better than having them switched. That's what I think 7 means, but people are assuming she meant that having no contacts would have improved her eyesight.
I have no idea why this is getting such a negative response. I have contacts and since I am far sighted, when I take my contacts out I can see perfectly fine at reasonable distances. If I put my contacts in the wrong eyes, my vision would be notably better after taking the contacts out. While there is no way of knowing whether the OP is also farsighted, Kellygirl83's suggestion is a possibility.
TO ALL YOU PEOPLE ASKING WHY I WAITED: I'm at college and I still depend on my parents' income. I basically get one eye doctor visit a year because it's what we can afford. Alright, people?