|I have no words. Purple Monkey Dishwasher.|
By my university years, I had resigned myself to glasses, finally realizing that I could see shitake-mushroom-all in the giant lecture halls wearing my completely useless contacts. I had some cute glasses (of which I have no photo) that I wore ragged, so I bought a new pair. The optometrist always told me (as I am sure they tell most people) that you should really have two pairs of glasses, in case one breaks. I always agreed with him, in theory. In practice, who the eff could afford two pairs of glasses? Not this starving student.
|My $500 glasses that I bought in university.|
A couple of years ago, I heard about online glasses shopping. I was extremely skeptical, but I decided to try them out:
|Pretty nice specs for $68!|
I was good with three pairs. Good for a while. Then they started sending me online coupons. So I ordered another pair:
|$50 glasses on a ridicuous head of hair.|
Oh? What was that? There was another online glasses store that was even CHEAPER? Well frick. I HADS to see if those were any good:
|Whoops...did I order glasses for Sashimi, too? My bad...|
Then another coupon appeared in my inbox: Free glasses *insert spit-take* WHAAAAT? That's right, free. You don't kick a gift-glasses coupon in the eyeball. So I ordered myself a pair of cat-eye glasses. I had always wanted some like that:
|I may have also ordered some glasses for Tony...|
And then I saw these:
|There ain't no shushing in MY library! Bring on da funk!|
And now, my set is complete**:
|Ta-da! Combined cost around $250|
**Until I get another coupon. I cannot be held responsible for what happens when a coupon makes its way into my inbox. Somebody be buyin' stuff. Must be some mistake at PayPal...