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Shiny Mew is normally described as a blue, bipedal cat-like creature, though its morphology is actually more like a jerboa. Mew's hair is so fine and thin, it can only be seen under a microscope. It has a long, skinny tail ending with a rounded tip. Mew has big hind legs, like a rabbit, and short arms with three-fingered paws.
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#32 - Just from the explanation gave me the willies, but if I want c…  [+] (9 replies) 07/26/2016 on Life Hack 0
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#39 - zaffy (07/26/2016) [-]
I didn't mean $80 for all 3 of us, I meant per person. Specifically, theyre the monthly ones. Daily contacts are a lot more expensive.
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#38 - zaffy (07/26/2016) [-]
There have been cases where people sleep in their contacts and they roll back to the backside of their eyes, but it's quite a rare occurence. $150 for 6months?? My mom buys them online for herself, my sister and I, and she gets them ~$80 for 12month supply.


Yes water does "work," to some extent. The contacts get quite stiff and theyre pretty uncomfortable, but it's decently sufficient. 1 night soaking them in solution return them to normal.
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#40 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
Ughh...you didn't have to prove my fear. But I guess that's one way to scare me to take them off every night.

I got astigmatism in my eyes, and in about three-two years time, my right eye started getting worst, while my left stayed the same. So switching to contacts means I have to buy a special brand, instead of getting the usual 2 pairs for 70 bucks.

What would be the closest solution then? Like, any home products close enough or is water pretty much the safest choice after the contact solution?
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#42 - zaffy (07/27/2016) [-]
There really isn't a safe option. I forgot to mention, Actually water isn't even safe, I've only done it once or twice, but soaking your contacts in water can cause serious bacterial infections. One infection in particular can cause amoebic encephalitis, which causes necrosis of the brain, and death.

So, always carry solution, they sell travel sizes
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#43 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
Dudddde, YOu are really trying to make me regret the whole contact business. I got it now, no water and solution everywhere I go.

Even though I don't want to ask you since I have a good feeling you will mention more serious scary shit, but what is a method if you're having trouble taking the contact out. Would I use some eyedrops/water to help nudge the contact to a area where I"m able to pick it up? (Mostly just asking because I feel like getting it in won't be a problem for me...it's getting the contact out that will probably be).
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#44 - zaffy (07/27/2016) [-]
Nah man. As long as you keep them clean and soak them each night, you'll have no issues, I've been wearing them for ~7years.
As long as your fingers are dry It's super easy to get them out. They're made to sit on your cornea, and since your eye isnt perfectly spherical, they won't sit anywhere else on your eye without getting air bubbles under them. That's why when you take them out, you pull them off your cornea, letting air get under them and they come right off.
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#45 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
I actually feel like I've learned something today..that's strange.

But thanks dude. Like a lot. This was a lot better than hearing the monotone eye doctor explain each step as though it was as basic as making a peanut butter sandwich.
#46 - zaffy (07/27/2016) [-]
Np bro.

They'll bombard you with all these guidelines that they want you to follow. There's no need to be so meticulous about it. Wear them during the day, soak them at night. That's it.
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#48 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
Seems simple enough. As long as my cat doesn't drink the solution like she does my tea/fruit juice...then everything should be fine.
#12 - I am getting contacts this week, after wearing glasses for alm…  [+] (29 replies) 07/25/2016 on Life Hack +2
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#28 - SuperWeapons (07/25/2016) [-]
If you like peripheral vision your gonna have a good time.
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#27 - zaffy (07/25/2016) [-]
contacts are wayyy better than glasses. I use monthly contacts; I rarely clean them besides the nightly soaking, and I usually wear them at least 2 months, and I have no problems. Try not to sleep or nap with your contacts in, feels terrible.

Easiest way I found to take them out is to look in the opposite direction of whichever eye it is (left eye, look right, right eye look left) use your middle finger to pull your eyelid down, pull the contact off the apex of your eye(cornea) using your index finger, then grab it with your index finger and thumb. Easy peasy.

Putting them on, do basically the same thing, just rest the contact on your index finger and press it onto the cornea, blink a few times and youre good to go.
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#32 - shinymew (07/26/2016) [-]
Just from the explanation gave me the willies, but if I want contacts, I don't really have a choice about placing them in/out. I guess my biggest fear is getting them in a place where I'm unable to get them out. Unfortunately for me, my prescription is around 150 bucks for a 6 month supply since my eyes aren't really in the common area.

Let's say I don't have any contact solution on me (like I spent a night at a friend's and forgot about it), would water work?
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#39 - zaffy (07/26/2016) [-]
I didn't mean $80 for all 3 of us, I meant per person. Specifically, theyre the monthly ones. Daily contacts are a lot more expensive.
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#38 - zaffy (07/26/2016) [-]
There have been cases where people sleep in their contacts and they roll back to the backside of their eyes, but it's quite a rare occurence. $150 for 6months?? My mom buys them online for herself, my sister and I, and she gets them ~$80 for 12month supply.


Yes water does "work," to some extent. The contacts get quite stiff and theyre pretty uncomfortable, but it's decently sufficient. 1 night soaking them in solution return them to normal.
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#40 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
Ughh...you didn't have to prove my fear. But I guess that's one way to scare me to take them off every night.

I got astigmatism in my eyes, and in about three-two years time, my right eye started getting worst, while my left stayed the same. So switching to contacts means I have to buy a special brand, instead of getting the usual 2 pairs for 70 bucks.

What would be the closest solution then? Like, any home products close enough or is water pretty much the safest choice after the contact solution?
User avatar
#42 - zaffy (07/27/2016) [-]
There really isn't a safe option. I forgot to mention, Actually water isn't even safe, I've only done it once or twice, but soaking your contacts in water can cause serious bacterial infections. One infection in particular can cause amoebic encephalitis, which causes necrosis of the brain, and death.

So, always carry solution, they sell travel sizes
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#43 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
Dudddde, YOu are really trying to make me regret the whole contact business. I got it now, no water and solution everywhere I go.

Even though I don't want to ask you since I have a good feeling you will mention more serious scary shit, but what is a method if you're having trouble taking the contact out. Would I use some eyedrops/water to help nudge the contact to a area where I"m able to pick it up? (Mostly just asking because I feel like getting it in won't be a problem for me...it's getting the contact out that will probably be).
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#44 - zaffy (07/27/2016) [-]
Nah man. As long as you keep them clean and soak them each night, you'll have no issues, I've been wearing them for ~7years.
As long as your fingers are dry It's super easy to get them out. They're made to sit on your cornea, and since your eye isnt perfectly spherical, they won't sit anywhere else on your eye without getting air bubbles under them. That's why when you take them out, you pull them off your cornea, letting air get under them and they come right off.
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#45 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
I actually feel like I've learned something today..that's strange.

But thanks dude. Like a lot. This was a lot better than hearing the monotone eye doctor explain each step as though it was as basic as making a peanut butter sandwich.
#46 - zaffy (07/27/2016) [-]
Np bro.

They'll bombard you with all these guidelines that they want you to follow. There's no need to be so meticulous about it. Wear them during the day, soak them at night. That's it.
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#48 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
Seems simple enough. As long as my cat doesn't drink the solution like she does my tea/fruit juice...then everything should be fine.
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#22 - yousaygoodbye (07/25/2016) [-]
You'll have peripheral vision which is nice but it makes it weird when you go back to glasses.
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#36 - shinymew (07/26/2016) [-]
I feel like my first stunt I will pull once I get used to them is pick up my friend and take my glasses off (wearing contacts on prior) while on the highway just in order to see their look of horror.
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#50 - yousaygoodbye (07/27/2016) [-]
Make sure you take the lenses out first or you won't be able to see while you're driving
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#20 - whycantiusecaps (07/25/2016) [-]
Best thing I've ever done. Don't sleep in them. Avoid showering in them - makes the eyes dry and makes me feel tired when im not.
Also, as habit if your eyes are different, always put the right eye in first. Sounds silly but helps you keep track
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#18 - Elk (07/25/2016) [-]
Don't let them melt in your eye. :^)
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#33 - shinymew (07/26/2016) [-]
Eh, as long as I don't get them stuck somehow in the back of my eyeball, I should be fine...hopefully? They can't melt that easy...right???
#16 - darkparadox (07/25/2016) [-]
Enjoy being free from all the little things that suck while wearing glasses. no more fogging lenses, no more blindness in the rain/water. being able to shower with vision. being able to dry your head without whacking your glasses all around.
It's just an amazing thing to have.
It's going to take some time to get used to putting them in, just keep at it, take your time.
Get 'Bio True' solution if possible, probably the best one. Also eyedrops, they help a ton.
Make sure to take them out, they suck to take out if you sleep in them
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#34 - shinymew (07/26/2016) [-]
Fogginess is one of the reasons why I decided to change, next to trying something new appearancewise.

I mean, I should be good without having good sight in the shower, but wouldn't showering with them give bme a bigger chance of them popping out?

And how often do they pop out? Is there a certain reason why they pop out, like when I get them, I shouldn't do this action or there's a good chance they will pop out? Or do they randomly drop out?
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#15 - dehnoobshow (07/25/2016) [-]
You will see better than with no glasses, but see worse than with glasses.

At least that's how my friend has them.
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#25 - demcupcakes (07/25/2016) [-]
I see way better with my contacts than my glasses mainly cause its my whole eye getting the vision instead of having that annoying fucking rim in my face. also makes wearing over head headphones near impossible with glasses
#14 - obxgamer (07/25/2016) [-]
It's gonna be a huge bitch for the first 2 weeks, but after that you get used to it and it gets easy
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#35 - shinymew (07/26/2016) [-]
That's the part that I'm going to regret. Eye Doctor told me to get some training ones first, four hours one day, six hours the next, and so on until our next appointment. Hopefully they won't be too hard to get used to.
#37 - obxgamer (07/26/2016) [-]
Actually having them in isn't bad at all, I got used to that the first few days. Its just getting used to sticking your fingers in your eyes and not making it burn like hell. for the love of god do not put them in backwards pic related.
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#41 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
I feel like a little kid again, but I'm a wimp with pain.

So pretty much do what jackmason said and don't use scented stuff near the eyes so it doesn't burn like hell?
#47 - obxgamer (07/27/2016) [-]
The burning will happen with or without the scented stuff, just less with the scented soap... It'll happen more in the first couple of weeks while you're getting used to it. After that it only really happens if you don't wash your hands or you use a bad contact or old solution. Basically what wearing contacts boils down to is getting past hell week(s) 1-2 as mentioned before hell is probably going far as well After you get used to it all its a piece of cake. You just pop them in the morning as part of your normal schedule and its no big deal. The only real big downside I have to contacts really is having to bring a case and solution to somebodys house when I don't plan on returning like a party, which makes me bring my own and not being drunk enough to leave them in, because well... return to last picture. And taking them out is impossible and terrible for your eyes That pretty much sums up my drunk opinion on contacts, are you gonna like wearing them after you get used to them? Abolutely, wearing them makes me feel so much more confident than glasses ever could. I went from some weeb who browses this shit all day to only viewing it every other day when I don't have a party to go to or something else better to do. I'm also wayyy to drunk to be giving like advice But, uh yeah, contacts are awesome and you're awesome for trying to wear them. The journey will be hard but I'll be there... Will you? also fuck it I'm not reading through all this shit to spell check
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#49 - shinymew (07/27/2016) [-]
Eh, the me in three years will have to worry about drunkiness and contact, and drunkiness period. For now, I'm just worried about the first week of trails, then the real thing. I'm still in between about switching over completely but I can't really see myself going right back to glasses after testing these out. And of course I will be there, bith i'm the MAIN CHARACTER of this fucking show. Ain't nothin' gonna stop me. Other than being killed by eye infections for using water as solution or having the contacts roll out of reach.
#13 - jackmason (07/25/2016) [-]
Don't lose them. Make sure you have nice clean water. Buy unscented hand soap. Make sure you get eyedrops or contact lense cleaning stuff. Look up when putting them in, then look to your finger. You know. The usual
#146 - I guess you could call me a lurker. I go through periods of ju…  [+] (2 replies) 07/25/2016 on lurklurklurk +3
#149 - anon (07/25/2016) [-]
But you're a theme account so your point is invalid
#180 - shinymew (07/25/2016) [-]
I guess you could say that but I'm just unoriginal with names and went pokemom related. And I only use that gif since I don't have much of a reaction folder.
#46 - Soccer field by my house is the most common hotspot. So I woul…  [+] (1 reply) 07/22/2016 on normies +4
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#48 - octavia (07/22/2016) [-]
>TFW you work at a stadium and find nothing but Jynx and Drowzee there