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By  imOaks  |  3

Bummer.

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  KaySL  |  24

I hope you really are fucking blind, cause it's the only possible way you could have accidentally hit the reply button and jacked #1's thread. And I'm hoping for your sake it was accidental, you dumbass attention-seeking cockferret.

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  DudeImBetter  |  0

way to go 15, making a big huge deal about the guy who replied to number 1 only so you could be on top of the list by replying to the guy that replied to number 1s comment so everyone would see your comment. you mischievous bastard. By the way I only replied to your comment so I could be on the top.

By  RyanMacVey  |  17

wow that musta been a downer

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  cradle6  |  13

Don't get LASIK. It ruins your eyes permanently for any future corrective surgery. You'll be right back in glasses in five to ten years anyway because all they're doing is scraping away the cornea. A much better alternative is lens replacement surgery: such as RESTOR.

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  cradle6  |  13

48-My dad is an eye surgeon and refuses to perform LASIK for the below reasons. And yes you will get 20/20 vision initially. For about 5-10 years at the most, and then you'll be back in glasses. To truly understand why this happens, you need to understand how LASIK works. Long story short you thin the cornea by removing layers with the laser. It allows initial adaptation but is essentially damaging the eye, which causes problems within years after the procedure. Talk to someone who had LASIK done ten years ago and you'll see how they feel now. Doctors don't really tell patients this. Again, LASIK is in contrast to lens replacement surgery like RESTOR. Lens replacement gives you distance and reading vision for life.

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  ohFmL4sure  |  0

hell get it done it's more that worth it! then rub it in that you don't need your glasses and she does! I had it done and I would do it again if I needed to!

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