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Cool! Have done that too! You won't regret it, I promise! up

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good luck to you Lynn, will say an extra prayer for you tonight and a premature congrates.

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heh

It's been done, I woke up and I could see sharply. One ain't seeing perfectly yet tho, but I bet its because its still a bit swollen and bleedy.

I haven't woken up like that in well since kindergarten, except those times I was to plastered to remove my contacts before going to sleep.


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I'm always wearing glasses, I'm used to that.


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heh

It's been done, I woke up and I could see sharply. One ain't seeing perfectly yet tho, but I bet its because its still a bit swollen and bleedy.


Woo, sounds scary... Didn't happen to me, it might depend on the kind of laser operation?

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Originally Posted by Draghermosran
heh

It's been done, I woke up and I could see sharply. One ain't seeing perfectly yet tho, but I bet its because its still a bit swollen and bleedy.

I haven't woken up like that in well since kindergarten, except those times I was to plastered to remove my contacts before going to sleep.


Interesting, surgery to remove the need for glasses. Do you know where I could find info on this?

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heh

It's been done, I woke up and I could see sharply. One ain't seeing perfectly yet tho, but I bet its because its still a bit swollen and bleedy.


Woo, sounds scary... Didn't happen to me, it might depend on the kind of laser operation?


its allrite, just a little blotch of blood on my eye, could be that its the best my right eye can do, before the op, the eyedoctor told me I would never see better on my right eye than 80%.


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Glasses are cool!!!! (and women with glasses are jawdrop )

I've been wearing glasses for 12 years and it is part of my personality now. Glasses are the frame of your face (and if the painting ain't that good you can better have a good frame hahaha ). I can personally say that glasses make me look good and have a lot more success *wink*. It all depends on the glasses (mine is a iyoko-inyakť 510).


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Ube search both PRK and Lasik.

Those are the two main types of corrective surgery...at least as far as I am aware.

Lasik

PRK

Ok I dont want to work so I looked them up.

Oh and does anyone else find it funny that a thread with old geezers in the title has devolved to a discussion about poor eyesight...I find that funny. hahaha

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I remember that when I joined i was in the prime of my life horsey .

Now I am almost 25 opa


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We're not THAT old! But... um... can anyone recommend a good Zimmer frame? laugh


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Well

One) Over 16 years (I've calculated it) It's cheaper to do the surgery
Two) No more hassle with glasses & Contacts, cleaning them, caring for them etc..
Three) I have slim face, it's hard to find glasses that frame my face well especially with current options, and they hid my eyes that are a blueish shade of grey.


Four) I wake up and I see properly \o/

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I want to get that, but I think you need to be like 25 to get it >.<



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I've always thought that when i would go under the laser for eye surgery, i would give them incorrect information during a preceding eye exam by accident. Then they would burn that mistake into my eyes for the rest of my life. Then there were the unknown side effects of would i go blind when i reached 40? Having your eyes sliced like sushi didn't sound so good, especially with no sake to wash it down wink


This is SpArTa!! oh im sorry, I must have took a wrong turn..somewhere...(runs away)
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Originally Posted by NeroJB

Oh and does anyone else find it funny that a thread with old geezers in the title has devolved to a discussion about poor eyesight...I find that funny. hahaha


LOL! grin

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PRK is forbidden in Belgium, for some year already.

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im afraid of them making me blind =/




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If at first they don't succeed. Laser the other eye :p


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funny that, from old geezers to spectacles. & where's Barta when we go off-topic?

oh, & hi again, everyone! smile

glad to see most of u are still kicking your buckets & not keel over. devil (hey where's the other devil smilie?)

Goldy!!! how r u, man?! looks like with the new fansite kit, i may have to make a new banner for u, old buddy. wink

thinking of making a few for some people. i hope i have time for this as i'm currently busy with work (teaching kids!) & being totally offline most of the time. hope i'll get me a steady netline soon.

glad to see all of u geezers - Al, Draggy, Virgo, Morbo, Lews, Nero, Ube, Goldy, Lynn (geezerette!), Flixerflax (my fav imp!), Myrthos, Cleggie, EK, Rince. smile

i hope more of our Brits will return, such as Spick. our fellow Estonian, Egin, too. of course our Greek goddess, Luc.

has anyone seen HEF around?

hope to see u guys again next weekend. smile



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I've seen HEF's around, Jang. wink

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