"New glasses?" I'd ask with a slight raise of an eyebrow.
Matt found out the power of specs on me when he decided to ditch his contacts and spring for some new frames. Without giving away too many saucy details, let's just go with the fact that I married him (some years later).
I suppose it's telling that at least 8 people that I dated before marriage wore glasses, or needed vision-correcting devices. Some I practically begged to not take off their glasses when we'd go out.
"Don't they help you see? They look awful nice on you!" I'd plead.
I guess I never quite understood why TV and movie makers thought that removing glasses from a character was supposed to make them hot all of a sudden. Not that I think coke-bottle frames are hot. Please. I have standards.
Part of me thinks Freud would have a field day with this slight-fetish of mine. Most people in my family wear glasses. I'm one of the odd ones out with 20/20 vision. When I was a teenager, I thought about buying a pair of prescription-less frames to wear about. Those whose eyesight is less than perfect have told me I'm just crazy.
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