Sightings of people having difficulty seeing far without glasses.
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gerry 18 Nov 2017, 13:42
HI Specsforever, Its nice there are others like you and me in here, we can tell the ladies truthfully we accept their thick glasses as part of their attractiveness, infact ladies who need to wear their glasses all the time because of poor vision, are much more genuine, have warm caring personalities, and their is real beauty in their eyes behind the glasses. Thanks for your reply have fun Gerry.
Six 16 Nov 2017, 23:58
I work 3rd shift at a local gym. Tonight, I had an interesting nearsighting. I saw a girl walking towards the front desk, squinting hard as she was trying to clean her glasses with a paper towel. I could tell that she was not having much luck since dry paper towels are not the best thing to try and clean glasses with. I happened to have one of those moist towelettes that are made to clean glasses with me.
I told her that I had a glasses cleaning wipe with me and asked her if she would like one. I reached into my pocket, got the moist towelette out and offered it to her. At the same moment the girl held out her glasses towards me. She asked me if I could clean them for her because she could not see clearly to do so.
Of course, I could not pass up the opportunity like this! The frames were the popular plastic framed glasses. The myopic lenses were thick and had several power rings inside. More power rings in the left than in the right lens. I took out my cleaning cloth and began to clean her thick minus lenses for her. There was a deep curve and the sides were noticeably sticking out of the frames.
I cleaned them more thouroughly than needed and I chatted up her and her boyfriend while I was cleaning them. If her boyfriend was not there, I may have worked up the courage to ask her to exchange glasses. I even cleaned her frames for her. I held them up to the light. They were perfectly clean, but I pretended that they needed additional cleaning anyways. She was squinting hard at me, even though I was not even three feet away. I finally offered them back to her.
Now this was the first time that I had seen the glasses on her face. The thick myopic lenses made her eyes look smaller, yet brighter and clearer. She was no longer squinting but had a focused stare. I could not help to to stare at her thick, clean myopic glasses, knowing that I was the one who had just cleaned them.
gerry 27 Sep 2017, 05:08
Hi specs forever, I can get into posting an email my al does not work something to do with the company i am with. It was really nice to see your reply sometimes like you i thought i was an odd ball I do not think its an obsession with glasses,I think its more about seeing the whole person and not the glasses. I do love and i find i,m attracted to ladies wearing glasses, with designer frames and hi index lenses they can be a fashion statement.
If you would like to be in touch your welcome. firstname.lastname@example.org
specs4ever 11 Sep 2017, 07:26
Hi gerry. It has been a long time since I posted my e mail address on here, but over the 20 years I have been reading the postings in this group I have made a few friends here. At first, like probably everyone else here who has an obsession towards glasses, I thought I was the only one, but eyescene has helped me realize that there are a lot more of us out there than we think.
gerry 10 Sep 2017, 12:30
I left my email address in here a lovely lady contacted me.she has really strong glasses which i love she herself is beautiful. Sadly she is only 17 years old, i,m almost double her age. I,m sure we can become good friends, but i would consider it inappropriate to date such a lovely beautiful young lady i adore her in glasses. Atlas i have found a lovely friend. Have you fond a friend in this site.
NNVisitor 07 Sep 2017, 14:55
I went to a place I frequent for lunch today. The have a huge blackboard with chalk written menu items. A lot of the writing is in small letters. My corrected vision is 20/25 or better so I know what a reasonable distance is to see the menu items on the board with proper correction. While at my table a couple both wearing glasses comes in. The woman walks much closer to read the menu items. Later two pairs of women walk in. The first pair walk really close to the menu to read it. The second couple seem to have no problem reading it from a distance. One of them suddenly goes closer to see something on the menu.
The woman from the first couple had a low myopia prescription. She needs stronger glasses now. The couple that went really close did not wear glasses but must be nearsighted in need of correction.
Judging from their distances to read the menu I'd say the three of them probably see anywhere from 20/50 to perhaps 20/80.
Bensmith 23 Aug 2017, 21:55
At the airport grocery store, two beautiful Russian 20-year-old girls had probably left their contacts and glasses in their bags, as I noticed they were both both squinting at the products. They would slowly lean closer to the shelves - closer than people normally would - with a squinty look and pick up products to examine them closer to their eyes. So hot.
2hard2see 20 Aug 2017, 10:07
I loive nearsighted girls more than anything. i remember watching a tv when i was a kid with this girl who needed very strong thickies, but bullies uses to take her thickies. she was so hot hwen she was blurred. i watched shows in secret to masturbate from it. i love the erotic look of girls eyes when she needs thickies and cant see good. if her eyes baddest they are even more attractive. omg i love movies where thickies get crushed and girl is vulnerabel and trapped in blur. i love seeing her distoriented, dazec, condfused from no more thickies. please oh please oh pleasue of please girls do not wear thickies, crush them!!!!!!! i always think of these girls when they masturbate how cummy it must be for them to live with no thickies and blur.
Jake 10 Apr 2017, 17:36
Is there any "natural" way to become nearsighted? (Like reading with little light, etc.) I've heard of numerous ways but Im not sure which ways work, if any. Thanks!
Soundmanpt 27 Jan 2017, 11:04
So you were first prescribed glasses / contacts about 2 years ago when you were 17 years old. At that time you only needed correction for astigmatisms. Now 4 months ago one eye required a -.50 correction for SPH (distance) Was there any change in your astigmatism correction at this time from 2 years before? Generally speaking astigmatisms don't usually change much if any over time. But in the last 4 months you are noticing some problems with seeing distances even with your glasses or contacts on and you're concerned. It would seem that it is the myopia that needs to be increased. It's likely that you were just under prescribed at the time you had your eyes examined. Since it is not much past 90 days which many doctors and optical stores will usually offer to re examine your eyes and even change the lenses in your glasses and replace your contacts with new ones you should not waste anymore time and call where you had your eyes examined at and got your glasses and contacts from. Just tell them that you have been noticing this problem nearly from the time you got your new glasses and contacts. Thye should at the very least do a re exam at a very reduced rate or at no charge to you.
Because your already 19 and only have a weak prescription now I wouldn't expect that your eyes are likely to change all that much over the next few years. And actually your already very close to the time when your eyes could be starting to become stable. I really don't think your eyesight will ever become very bad. I base this on the fact that you apparently didn't have much change in the 2 years between eye exams.
Adam 27 Jan 2017, 09:20
Last year I spent a day in Karlovy Vary when I saw a Chinese girl with strong minus glasses, about -8. Once she gave her phone to his girlfriend to take a photo and also took off her glasses for the photo. She wasn't squinting, maybe just a bit, but I saw in her eyes that she can't see anything. Her look was like 'seeing to nowhere'.
Janelle 23 Jan 2017, 14:35
I have had glasses for 2 years, and also contacts. Prior to four months ago, I had correction for astigmatism only. I now have a small (-.5) myopia correction in one eye. However, I am lately noticing difficulty seeing in the distance again, even with correction. I'm a little concerned that I'm having trouble seeing already. It makes me worry about how much my myopia could progress in the long run. I'm a 19 year old female so I think I'm likely to experience more vision changes? Any thoughts?
lazysiow 28 Aug 2016, 20:33
Sounds similar to this movie about an optician in the wild west who becomes a reluctant hero and prescribes Wyatt Earp eyeglasses http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0104293/
Tom1 05 Aug 2016, 08:28
Two wonderful sightings in the past weeks.
One at the airport: young lady around 30, long brown air, brown eyes, good body, squinting here and there while walking to the gate. Wanted to see something in a shop window and got there squinting then getting really close. I followed her as much as I could and a certain time while looking around searching for the rest room (which she finally located) we crosses our eyes and she gave a deep and prologuend quint at me. She was clearly unable to see my face even I was really close to her. Must have been not less tha, say, -4. Unfortunately I was with a colleague of mine so I could not have the opportunity to chat with her and ask her prescription.
Second sighting in a holiday village on the seaside. Very cute tall brunette around 18th always wearing a pair of very strong glasses (more than -10 for sure). No evidence of contacts or even prescription sunglasses during the holidays. She only removed glasses when sunbathing or swimming. Astonishingly she was able to do even alone and bareeyed. I'm wonderng how she could see her steps.... very very attrative.
03 Aug 2016, 14:25
@Broken Glasses Have you tried squinting? I hear that works.
02 Jun 2016, 01:18
"Seriously,if you have a moderate to high prescription,and have an old pair of glasses, that is what you should be wearing" Boy you "seriously" need a writing class. your sentence structure makes you barely comprehensible.
Likelenses 31 May 2016, 23:51
A white cane,or seeing eye dog may help.
Seriously,if you have a moderate to high prescription,and have an old pair of glasses, that is what you should be wearing.
Broken Glasses 31 May 2016, 20:56
Any tips for getting around without glasses when they break? Mine just broke and it'll be about a week before I can get new ones. It's pretty frustrating so far! I can only see my computer screen because I zoomed it way in.
JJJ 31 May 2016, 05:16
Treasure hunt without glasses: https://youtu.be/bGEDoIiY_l8
Guess the object without glasses: https://youtu.be/4sAGp7KunG4
Likelenses 29 May 2016, 19:38
I drop into some chain optical stores from time to time.Places like Sears optical, Lenscrafters,Walmart,and pretend to be looking at frames.
I always hang around the eye doctors area,and have scored some hard squinting,when the optical assistant takes the patients glasses,to measure the Rx.
Tom1 29 May 2016, 13:08
I also share the same attraction: squinting women are much better than bespectacled ones. Have a llook to the dahl46 channel on youtube, you'll like it.
28 May 2016, 15:05
No not alone. I join you with that type of excitement, especially myopic guys.
28 May 2016, 14:45
where are the best spots to find people squinting hard who need glasses? I love to see the struggle when someone cannot see well. this forum seems to loves glasses wearing people but i love people who need glasses but don't have them.
i also enjoy movies or tv shows where someone loses their glasses and has to struggle with blurry vision. plus xxx videos like this.
am i alone.
A.P.E. 08 Jan 2016, 13:02
Four Star Playhouse from 1955. A very nearsighted cowboy comes to town because he's been living in a blur. Tries to get glasses, but things don't turn out so well for him. Lots of scenes through his very blurry eyesight.
Marco 21 Nov 2015, 18:34
Terry and other guys with very cool glasses
Marco 21 Nov 2015, 18:19
Terry is nearsighted and got his first pair of glasses.
He is so very happy he can see again and feels a bit like Superman.
20 Nov 2015, 20:47
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20 Nov 2015, 10:17
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Marco 20 Nov 2015, 06:02
totally nearsighted actor and coach Bret with his cool glasses
Marco 19 Nov 2015, 08:11
guys with cool glasses
Marco 16 Nov 2015, 14:55
Guys with cool glasses
10 Nov 2015, 14:49
Please stop sending the same posts to every thread.
Marco 10 Nov 2015, 14:41
a great guy with cool glasses
Marco 09 Nov 2015, 18:25
Marco 08 Nov 2015, 18:15
Guys with cool glasses
Tom1 13 Oct 2015, 14:14
Squint from around 1:12
Carrie 10 Oct 2015, 18:01
Bloody auto-correct or predictive text, whatever it is! Yes it should say "Grande". I didn't re-read what I had written before submitting.
She's quite pretty but I find her and her music a bit annoying. Her need for glasses is the only thing I find interesting about her. I am not being nasty or bitchy about her personally, just about the rather commercial product she comes across as to me.
Actually, when I say a bit annoying I mean very annoying.
10 Oct 2015, 13:09
I thought she was Ariana Alabama or Ariana Northern Mariana. Maybe she moved to France. It's easier to spell.
guest 10 Oct 2015, 12:56
Who is Ariana France? The singer's name is Ariana Grande-Butera.
Curt 10 Oct 2015, 07:09
Probably contacts and readers...
Curt 10 Oct 2015, 07:09
Probably contacts and readers...
Lv2c4i 10 Oct 2015, 05:32
Time has passed since her Olympic days and Dorothy Hamill is well into "that age" where the need for near vision assistance has arisen. Wonder if there are any pictures of her in her current spex?
Carrie 10 Oct 2015, 03:56
Ariana France's glasses don't look particularly strong but everyone is different with how much they can see. Two people with the same prescription could see differently without their glasses.
Here's a pic of Ariana in glasses showing a bit of minification of an object behind her http://data.whicdn.com/images/160506744/large.jpg
Likelenses 09 Oct 2015, 21:37
This article says that Hamill's nick name was Squint,and that her coach got her large frame glasses for better side vision.These large glasses started the large frame trend in the seventies.
Likelenses 09 Oct 2015, 21:14
Dorothy Hamill in glasses.
Tom1 09 Oct 2015, 15:05
This is new to me
Around 7:45 she quints trying to read bareeyed at the longest possible distance from her face.
ice nice 09 Oct 2015, 15:05
I have probably watched the Ariana Grande video 50 times now. It gives me so much incredible pleasure. In the 50, women tried to hide very bad eyesight. in the 2105, Airana squints hard directly at the camera several times. Time is does change.
Tom1 09 Oct 2015, 14:08
Here it is. Very old and linked already years ago
Squinting from 4:25 up to the very end of the video.