aldo-vallon - April 26, 2018
Is there a medical purpose to wearing yellow tinted sunglasses? Because I do not want to find myself on an all-female panel show this Friday apologizing for my insensitivity.
I just don’t get it. The whole point of wearing sunglasses is to shield your eyes from the rays of the sun while also shielding your eyes from being seen while boob gazing. By making the lenses that transparent you negate the purpose entirely.
The only time a person should be wearing yellow tinted glasses is if they are cosplaying as Walter Sobchak, or they are partaking in a sharpshooting competition. I still do not understand the value in using them in the latter, but I support their right to do so. My hunch is that they do not want anyone to think they are wearing prescription lenses. That would open them up to a whole new world of bullying.
Just thinking about a person wearing glasses around me makes me want to punch them in the eyes and watch in glee as they feel their way to the bus stop looking like Mr. Magoo. I have actually needed to wear glasses for seven years but I’ve refused for the sake of my reputation. If that means I occasionally mistake a bottle of bleach for mouthwash, so be it.
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