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  • I am an N and wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    45 54.88%
  • I am an N and I do not wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    27 32.93%
  • I am an S and wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    7 8.54%
  • I am an S and I do not wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    3 3.66%
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    Don't Judge Me! Haphazard's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Because N is clearly greater than S.

    What a silly question. Are you a rabbit?
    Umm...

    You know what they say. When you're on the internet, nobody can tell you're a dog... err, rabbit. But it seems that my cover has been blown.

    How did you know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Umm...

    You know what they say. When you're on the internet, nobody can tell you're a dog... err, rabbit. But it seems that my cover has been blown.

    How did you know?
    It was all your fluffy cuteness!
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    Hmmm, I'm just farsighted enough that it bothers me when reading but the optometrist doesn't think the correction I needs is worth writing a perscription for. Where do I fall?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    20/6.
    From what I'd read, I thought 20/8 was the best the human eye could be naturally.
    I-95%, S-84%, T-89%, P-84%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    It was all your fluffy cuteness!
    Drat! My fluffy cuteness has foiled me again!

    *hops off*
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssrprotege View Post
    Vote?
    Do the glasses mean that as N you can see even FURTHER into future possibilities....



    ps: I haven't read this thread just voted and posted...I shall go back now and see what the heck you're trying to say here
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    Quote Originally Posted by millerm277 View Post
    From what I'd read, I thought 20/8 was the best the human eye could be naturally.
    I had surgery bitch!


    I don't know... I mean I doubt they did any conclusive study proving that it's physically impossible for a human eye to see that well. I read the chart... maybe the bitch lied to me? I may have heard her wrong... twenty sixteen maybe?

    There are always flukes -- you yourself are one.
    20/10 right? That's not exactly common.
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    I'm an N and I have 20/15 vision. But 20/10? Wow, that's some sharp vision!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Well, of course not. You have to take them off to sleep.
    I've tried telling my son that, but he's not convinced.

    I'm near-sighted, but not badly. My license is not restricted, but it's hard for me to read street signs, etc without them. I my glasses and how well I see with them while I'm out and about, but I have my living room set up so that I don't need my glasses to watch TV and I take off my glasses as soon as I walk in the door, just like I take off my shoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    I had surgery bitch!


    I don't know... I mean I doubt they did any conclusive study proving that it's physically impossible for a human eye to see that well. I read the chart... maybe the bitch lied to me? I may have heard her wrong... twenty sixteen maybe?
    Could be, or maybe you just have incredible vision. I could be wrong too, I just thought that's what I remembered reading a while ago, when I got curious as to what 20/10 meant and spent a bit of time on wikipedia.

    There are always flukes -- you yourself are one.
    20/10 right? That's not exactly common.
    Exactly....actually, it's more that I'm always the odd one. At least with vision, it's in the better than normal instead of worse.
    I-95%, S-84%, T-89%, P-84%

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