By Anonymous - 26/08/2012 05:46 - United States - Olympia
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Musta been quiet sex or something... Otherwise you'da heard 'em Unless of course you are deaf to go along with half blind
You'll never be able to look at that bathtub in the same way. Or your sister, for that matter.
#4 & #9 - are you really expecting to go through life without using anything that people have had sex on? Have you never stayed in a hotel? Used a communal shower? Or even a home bath/shower if you have a brother? The great thing about bathtubs is that they are very easy and convenient to wash.
Maybe she squirts? I can tell you it's annoying >.< but a bathtub fixes everything. Don't fill it, or barely fill it if there's an issue of getting cold (also good for covering up sound and letting little sisters know someone's in there), and go to town, a girl can squirt as much as she likes in a bath and not have to worry about a damn thing!
Hopefully you didn't catch the whole image of that happening.... When I'm not wearing glasses, I can't see 10 feet in front of me... Thank God.
56, I'm the same. I can only see things clearly that are a few inches from my face. My contact prescription is -9. Last time I went to the eye doctor I asked how high they make the prescriptions because my vision is steadily getting worse. She said they make them up to -20 so apparently there are people with much worse vision than me. Made me feel fortunate in comparison :)
#98, my dad's prescription is -12 and I'm -7. His eyes are so bad that laser eye surgery wouldn't work on him if he tried. I also can't have eye surgery with the current technology because I have occular hypertension. I can totally understand how the OP wouldn't see two people. The only reason I can even find the toilet sans glasses is because I've lived in this house for half my life. Also, none of the inner doors in my house have keys in them. My parents don't let us lock inside doors in case there's an emergency. So I can understand why the sister didn't lock.
Yeah, my eye doctor told me that at -10 and worse the laser procedure doesn't work because they can't shave off enough of the cornea to completely correct your vision, but there are different surgeries you can get done. She said that I'd probably qualify for one that basically inserts a permanent (but removable with another surgery) lens in the eye once my vision stops changing. Would ocular hypertension stop you from getting that too? If not, contacts aren't that bad :)