Yes, it's the daily "contact lens" post - Grin with cat attached
|Yes, it's the daily "contact lens" post||Mar. 14th, 2002 11:55 am|
Right eye... 20 secs or less.|
Left eye... bloody ages - it kept flipping out, which I can only assume means that it was inside out. But how on earth do you tell? They look, to the untrained eye at least, completely identical both ways. What's the secret? Can you actually put them in, inside out? How do you tell if you have?
Answers on an LJ comment marked "The remains of Wechsler's sanity" to the usual address.
Update: The left one's fallen out at some point and my eye feels extremely uncomfortable - so I've taken the other out and am back to glasses. With the luck I seem to be having at the moment I'm very tempted just to give up on the blasted things - which is unfortunate, as I was keen on getting the cosmetic ones.
UPDATE to the update (about 5 minutes later)
No, it hadn't fallen out, it'd slid around the eyeball and was thus concealed near the tear duct. Just had a blinking fit and it fell out. Itched like hell, but of course now I'd taken the other one out and binned it, thus totally screwing today's evaluation.
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