Anyways, as I tried on her glasses, I kept looking at the walls and stuff, perhaps even at the wall clock and surprisingly I could see everything a bit clearly. A bit might be lying! I could actually see things clearly. Right there, it was a weird indication that I needed glasses too :s But somehow didn't mention anything to my mother.
After that, I had this test in class and I ended up getting the lowest marks in the entire batch. When my teacher showed me my paper, she pointed out that I had copied the questions wrong!
By that time, my parents were convinced that something's wrong with my eye. No, wait, that was the only time they were convinced :|
Finally, went to the doc -- suggested that I should have gone to him earlier because I'm late and my power has increased.
So this argument started on whether I should try on lenses or glasses. Then my dad and the doc got into a big stupid fight about how lenses are all about marketing and stuff. In the end, I had to get those damn glasses.
In college, I tried getting lenses by performing really well in one sem (yes, that was the condition!). So I did! But by that time I lost the interest in trying them on because it felt very regular. Everyone was using it. So I switched back to glasses.
So you see this lens-glass-lens-glass cycle is kinda irritating. And now my friends tell me that I look better without glasses. Ofcourse, I know I look better without them. It's not like I chose to look stupid. It's a need or else I may end up tripping on the stairs and stuff. Yeah, my eyes do get that blurry :(
But now I've decided that I'll get lenses only when I earn so that my parents don't get to crib about it too. BTW, my friends did suggest me the laser-eye operation thingie and it scared the creep outta me. So yeah, I'm sticking to lenses (for the future). Glasses ( for now ) :|
You'll prolly get to see the before and after shot after I get the lenses. :P