23 thoughts on “Non-prescription glasses

  1. Anonymous says:

    i just don’t understand.
    would you carry a cane for the blind for fashion?
    would you wear a cast for fashion?
    would you fraudulently park in an accessable only space for fashion?
    would you shave yourself bald and wear chemotherapy headwraps for fashion?

    • Anonymous says:

      Well yeah, but I feel the difference is that a cast/cane don’t ever make people look better.

      Yknow, like you ever seen a girl that just looked great in glasses?

      • Anonymous says:

        so you’d roll around in a really cool looking wheelchair, if it were fashionable?
        what about a retainer?
        people think braces are cute, should people wear decorative retainers and braces?
        I think dogs with the little cone around their necks are adorable, all dogs should wear them.

        you know, for fashion.

        • Anonymous says:

          Still feel like it’s different from those examples; glasses don’t really restrict ability like a wheelchair or a cone on a dog.

          And people do wear decorative braces, I think.

          But this is really a pointless debate. I guess I wouldn’t care if someone just didn’t understand me for doing it, I just don’t wanna be looked down upon

      • Anonymous says:

        would you confine yourself to a wheelchair for fashion?
        would you communicate exclusively through a CallText 5010 speech synthesis computer for fashion?
        would you shit in a colonoscopy bag tied to your thigh for fashion?
        would you intubate yourself and liquidate all your meals in a blender for fashion?

          • Anonymous says:

            what makes you think they aren’t?
            you are literally considering weraring a corrective device and pretending to have a disability. for fashion.

          • Anonymous says:

            no it is not dumbass.

            Wears glasses, "oh yeah, I wear them for fashion not because I’m disabled", is pretending to be disabled???

            What does "pretend" mean to you?

          • Anonymous says:

            dressing up like a disabled person is pretending to be disabled.
            you are wearing a disability as a costume. for fashion.

          • Anonymous says:

            are you saying that you’re going to openly volunteer the information that they’re fake?
            because otherwise, how would anyone know?
            >inb4 are those fake glasses, anon?
            if anyone asks you that, they already know, and just want to see how much of a loser you are, will you admit it or not.

          • Anonymous says:

            glasses are a medical device, meant to mitigate a lifelong issue.
            the fact they can even be considered fashionable is a fortunate quirk of life, but it’s shallow beyond belief to need that boost artificially.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have a very autistic take on accessories in general. I don’t like to carry around objects created with the sole purpose of looking good.
    Everything in my life needs a purpose, and the beauty stems from being crafted in a way to serve that purpose while being in harmony with everything else

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