i don’t think i’ll be posting as much on here as before, really. school, friends and other things
i’ve had glasses since year 2, and so am pretty used to having piece of metal, plastic and glass (are they actually still made of glass?) on my face for the whole of the day. since i’m extremely short-sighted (according to one of marshall’s friends, who is also short sighted) i’m one of the permanent glasses-wearers in my class – there are only two. me and anais. this partially proves that nerds wear glasses. but i guess some people have a thing for the ‘megane’/'meganekko’ don’t they? ;P
anyway, i have compiled a list of rules for people who are getting glasses! most of them were in my head before i made this post, but w/e. i won’t post them all, since there are so many floating around my head, both informative and completely useless XD
rule one: know whether you’re short sighted or long sighted!!! i know some people who have been wearing glasses for some time and don’t know! especially when following rule 2 (underneath), since it sort of relates. sort of.
rule two (THE MOST IMPORTANT ONE!!!): you must always. always. let somebody wear your glasses when they ask. and if they disappear like monika did once, you will find them, with the help of danni and vendetta to lead you in the completely wrong direction, then go back to the lesson you were meant to be at, with a confused monika (still wearing your glasses).
rule three: you will always get tired of the style of glasses you have, a few months before your sight test is due. this happens to me all the time. last time i wanted aviators, this year i want round jade harleys/darias (you know, those massive round ones). so i escape to the wonderful world of glasses direct and wait there, admiring all the style of eyewear i can never have.
rule four: don’t use sunglasses. not normal ones, anyway. you will either have to put them over your actual glasses, which is uncomfortable and makes you look silly, or get those sunglasses that clip onto your frames, that also look silly. plus quite a lot of them won’t fit if you have different frames, or a larger/smaller face than usual.