With emo glasses comes emo
Sep. 2nd, 2005
In a fit of crazy bug swatting I accidently smacked the glasses off my face and they flew to the ground. One of the temples broke off and there's a huge scratch over the eye on the left lense. I taped the temple back on with some clear duct tape, but the scratch makes everything a blurry mess. Argh! I know they sell stuff to repair scratches (Liquid Lense) but I read on boingboing that the stuff doesn't work, and I trust boingboing a lot more than paid programming.
I put on my old black plastic frame "emo" glasses (that I purchased before I knew there was a thing called emo) and they immediately started to affect me. Basically I started bawling my eyes out. I loved my rimless clear plastic glasses, they blended in. I feel so stupid for breaking them, and now I have to wear these stupid emo glasses that stick out like a turd in a punchbowl (as my gramma says). Trust me..they look dumb in felt, but even worse in real life. They're scratched up only slightly less than the newly broken ones, and the temples just won't stay bent in normal ways, causing them to be lopsided on my face.
So yeah, now I'm emo.. against my own will.
I may order some new ones online for cheap, but they'll take at least 2 weeks to get here, and the whole extreme-frugal budget thing.. I may be in emo glasses for a very long awhile.
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