10 Eye-Opening Stories About Adventures At The Eye Doctor’s!

| Right | October 8, 2020

Dear readers,

October 8th is World Sight Day, a day set aside to raise awareness for blindness and vision impairment. According to the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, “More than a billion people cannot see well, because they don’t have access to glasses. Over three out of four of the world’s vision impaired are avoidably so.”

As part of our own small effort to bring awareness to this issue, here are ten stories from our archives about people who do have access to vision health services and just don’t know how good they have it.

 

Not Seeing Or Believing – That’s not how this works. That’s not how any of this works.

Backwards Thinking – .elpoep ,sniarb ruoy esU

Only One Left – Let’s apply some basic deductive reasoning here.

He’ll Raise The Dead And Validate Your Parking – Those must have been a rough six years.

Not Quite Seeing The Light – You… don’t have any idea how vision works, do you?

Making A Spectacle Of Your Stupidity – Hits from the comments: “Also, I bought these trousers for my child, and they’re not suitable. I can’t get them on.”

Eye Think Eye Have A Problem – Time to invest in a pair of goggles.

Can’t See Why Some People Become Parents – Some parents are just blind to common sense.

Customer: Impossible, Part 2 – A “screw loose” joke would just be too easy.

A Super-Smart-Aleck – Okay, this one’s just plain cute.

 

We hope you enjoyed this roundup about World Sight Day! Want to send in your own story? Submit your story here!


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