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Onimoz's picture
Onimoz
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eyeless and handless XD ROFL.

Xelmon's picture
Xelmon
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Oh good lord... Great stuff! :D

As for the "this is how my retina fell off", are you humoring us, or are you talking about keratoconus?

I only know of it's existense because my sister has to deal it with via sclaral RGP lenses.

For those who don't know what KC is, read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keratoconus

If you think it's though with glasses, you haven't had the bad luck with KC.

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alborticus
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I worked in an optical store for a few years in university.  I'm guessing the reference is to retinal detachment, in which your retina literally detaches from the underlying tissue or some such.  We had exactly one case come through the store, luckily on a day when our optometrist was in and free for walk-in appointments.  There was a (very) brief moment of panic in her expression as she immediately called for one of us to drive the patient directly to the emergency room as she simultaneously called ahead for an opthamologist to meet us there.  Apparently the patient was dangerously close to being blind forever.  Scary stuff.

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LeSwordfish
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I've just been told i have the exact same thing. Took me by surprise too.

Jay's picture
Jay
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I remember when I had mild astigmatism.

Now it's like 500 degrees or something stupid like that.

Serbian Goth's picture
Serbian Goth
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Amasing,you drew so many cute and funny faces in one page <3

But the no eye-no arm thing:

1.makes really no sense;

2.CREEPED ME OUT O.O'.

Jam's picture
Jam
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It makes sense if you have a severe anxiety disorder

r21187's picture
r21187
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LoL welcome to my world jajajaja ... in a side we are brillant ... but in the another we are just toooo ...

lets say we dont have patience

Rosscott's picture
Rosscott
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That's about how I feel all the time. I used to be the opposite and never get anything checked out, until my roommate had some pretty absurd things happen to his toe. Now I'm constantly sure the world will kill me.

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frankwolftown
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Best comic yet!   XD 

slick kat's picture
slick kat
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on the other end of the spectrum, i thought my eyes were perfect until i got my every-8-yearly checkup and was told i had an astigmatism. got me some glasses and found out that yes, my vision was in fact slightly screwy. i'd never have been able to tell without having used the glasses.

RheaRain's picture
RheaRain
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I have the same thing! The only time I really need my glasses are if I'm sitting in front of the computer or I'm doing serious tv watching XD

DarkRaziel
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I really loved the expression on the final panel xD so much relief in there.

When I started wearing glasses it was awful (school) got bothered by all my friends D: now its the most normal thing on me xD

Branchlaw's picture
Branchlaw
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Ahaha, this is so great and I love the "Jam's Chart, she's a goner" <3

General Specific's picture
General Specific
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The eye balls popped out & in the jar are bit unsettling.

greg's picture
greg
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This is my thought process with any medical condition.

Jam's picture
Jam
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I convinced myself that I was going deaf today.

greg's picture
greg
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Well, obviously, then your feet are going to fall off.

Obviously.  :p

Ealanari's picture
Ealanari
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Welcome to the world of having rugby-shaped eyeballs!

I have to admit that I follow similar thought processes whenever I notice anything "wrong". 

Fantastic comic :)

sakuraruby's picture
sakuraruby
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Ahahaha...My eyes have been football shaped all my life...almost went blind when I was a baby.  I've always worn glasses.  I think They're nice.

n___n

I have no dept perception!! :D

BeamStalk's picture
BeamStalk
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I like the eyes sitting in a jar next your bed.

 

I wear contacts, started with glasses in Junior High.

Dax's picture
Dax
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May I weirdly suggest *eye yoga* ?

Jam's picture
Jam
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You may! Is this stretching your eyes by looking at a distance?

Dax's picture
Dax
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Yes and no. :) "Eye Yoga" simply has to do with a series of eye "stretches" like slowly circling the eyes both directions etc, until you feel a gentle stretch. Also things like making a point of blinking more often! I know there's a lot of back and forth about whether or not it works but it certainly makes sense that if you spend a lot of time staring at computer screens or paper without blinking, your eyes with dry out more easily putting greater strain on the eyes. I figure it's worth a try! Blinking. Making a point of closing your eyes and relaxing your face/eye muscles eye. If nothing else it feels lovely for poor tired eyes... 

Jam's picture
Jam
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Makes sense, I'll try it :)

omniwarrior's picture
omniwarrior
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A few years back my eyesight started bothering me. I was driving along and I could not read the signs as far off as I normally did. I had it checked out and they said that my right eye had that. Right was 20/25, the left was 20/20. I used to be able to see 20/15. It suxx getting older. I would say that if I was guaranteed 20/10 or better, I would go with lasik.

Best suggestion to help with your problem w/o glasses = Bigger monitor (mine is 55" or 140cm)

Reyco's picture
Reyco
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I'm pretty fresh out of school, been working in the engineering field for about a year now.  I started getting headaches from squinting at the monitors all day and I gotta say, getting larger monitors really does help.  I have dual 24" monitors that are about 2' away from my face,  But 55", that's ginormous!  I know high school kids that wouldn't fit diagonally across that.  How far away from that thing are you?

sakuraruby's picture
sakuraruby
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My friend likes to host 1080p Nintendo 64 night on his 50 some inch screen...greatest thing ever...xD

omniwarrior's picture
omniwarrior
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Anywhere from 5 feet to 12 depending on what I am doing.

Pimp Chickens's picture
Pimp Chickens
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Anyone else get a sudden urge to dramatically yell the words in the third panel?

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