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#41 - Army of racoons. 11/01/2015 on no title 0
#287 - The only reason that I'm wanting a console is because of exclu… 11/01/2015 on Shameless 0
#265 - It's not my fault you assholes and this ****** website is addi…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/31/2015 on Microsoft's a tad naive 0
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#275 - ronyx (10/31/2015) [-]
Fuck off cunt, you're fucking retarded.
#201 - The hype for fallout 4 will probably kill the game for me just…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/31/2015 on Microsoft's a tad naive 0
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#392 - assdoreponyfucker (10/31/2015) [-]
That's why I'm going to play it but I don't watch any of the new trailers or gameplay videos or hype videos etc. I did that for MGSV and it would have been a lot funner if I hadn't watched all YongYea videos on it
#306 - anon (10/31/2015) [-]
Hold the fuck up. Say what you want about Fallout 4 (I think it'll be good, just never personally got into Fallout) but don't go bringing the best game ever created -developed by God herself and handed down to the greatest studio in the world- into this.
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#207 - ronyx (10/31/2015) [-]
It's your own fault for visiting fj when a new game comes out. Go choke on a dick.
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#265 - xgeneration (10/31/2015) [-]
It's not my fault you assholes and this shitty website is addicting
Go fuck yourself asshat.
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#275 - ronyx (10/31/2015) [-]
Fuck off cunt, you're fucking retarded.
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#204 - cubanwhiteman (10/31/2015) [-]
It's how I felt with Dark souls 2 I bought collector's edition and all 3 DLC. Wasn't bad, but there was a lot that could've been better.

How we were lied to about Dark Souls 2
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#206 - cubanwhiteman (10/31/2015) [-]
Forgot to say this video is for if you hadn't played dark souls or followed it*
#41 - Makes me feel a bit more comfortable about contacts since I wa…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/30/2015 on #GrowingUpWithGlasses Tweet... +1
#42 - Mutador (10/30/2015) [-]
Well, as for rubbing your eyes I'd say no. Especially if you have the rigid ones as they can damage your eye if you rub your eyes. The important thing to note is that the soft lens are very soft and they cannot damage your eye. It really depends on what you define as rubbing your eyes, you can certainly softly massage your eyeballs, even with the rigid contacts, but you can't push your eyes halfway into the skull and rub them .

I started off with the rigid lens, and putting them in the first time hurt like a getting a tattoo on your eyeball... but your eye gets used to that very fast (in my opinon) and after a week I couldnt even feel them on my eyes. I suspect that soft lens dont hurt at all, or at fist they hurt only a little, because your eye is not used to them. As a matter of fact, your eye becomes less sensitive overall.

Putting the lens in is nothing to be afraid of. Again, the only bad part is the beginning when it might hurt... But after that it's not a problem at all. Putting them in doesn't hurt, having them in doesn't hurt, and taking them out doesn't hurt. As a matter of fact, your eye gets a protective surface and you can poke your eye where the lens is and it wouldn't hurt at all... Not that it's something you'd have to do, it's just a thing that I noticed.

I know telling you about how it might hurt at first isn't a very good way to convince someone to use contacts, but I think it's better to tell the truth about it . Besides, you wouldn't be getting the rigid lens and the soft ones don't hurt or don't hurt as much (I have no experience with that, so you'll have to google it or ask your optician.

If I haven't scared you off, then I recommend getting the single use ones at first, because they're thinner and softer and maybe even cheaper. You can use them to try them and if you like it, then you can try the monthly ones.

I'm not very good at making people feel comfortable if you have any more specific questions or if there's something specific about contacts that makes you cringe, then feel free to ask...again
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#112 - meroune (10/30/2015) [-]
I started off with soft lens and I don't remember it hurting at all. Pretty much the biggest issue I've ever had was instances where something got under the lens and I wasn't in a place where I could take it out and put it in the solution, or one instance whrre I was concentrating on something really hard and it ended up falling out. Overall they're really convenient. I've never used glasses and I pretty much live the same way I did before I got the contacts (some of my friends might not even know that I wear them).
#126 - Mutador (10/31/2015) [-]
Concentrated really hard must have been a big poop
#12 - **xgeneration used "*roll picture*"** **xgeneration rolled …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/30/2015 on New +20
#13 - enemyoftrn (10/30/2015) [-]
**enemyoftrn used "*roll picture*"**
**enemyoftrn rolled image**Filipino ugliest girls makes niggerette most fattest, dimwittest and ugliest looks like a Miss Universe contestant. Fuck yeah, im edgy.
#25 - imjared (10/30/2015) [-]
retarded isn't edgy
#29 - Does rain affect them at all? I really want to get contact…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/30/2015 on #GrowingUpWithGlasses Tweet... 0
#34 - Mutador (10/30/2015) [-]
There are 3 types of contacts. Those that are changed daily(single use), monthly every 2 years. The ones changed every 2 years are basically only for people with keratoconus ( uneven eye surface, the rigid lens pulls a vacuum and corrects the unevenness). The rigid 2 year ones hurt a lot for the first couple of days and they can be a bit uncomfortable at times. I haven't used the daily ones, but I imagine that they're similar to the monthly ones, which I have used. Rain doesn't affect contacts. The great thing about contacts is that every time you blink, you clean them. Using contacts can be a hassle at times, and it might take a bit getting used to, but it's no problem at all. I have been using contacts daily for years now, but then again, I don't have a choice. I have keratoconus and that ailment cannot be fixed with glasses. someone here commented that they keep theirs in for 2 months.... that's not really the idea... You're supposed to take them out every evening and put them in every morning. You let them sit in a cleaning solution overnight, so they're clean every day, let your eyes breathe. The monthly ones that I used were very comfortable. They're big and sit very well, so there's no chance of them falling out like in the movies. Also, never use saliva to clean them before putting them in the eye (as they do in the movies). There's some bad stuff about contacts too, especially for the RPG 2 year ones. When dust goes in your eye the dust can go under the lens and that hurts like a needle in your eye, but the soft monthly ones are very big, and I have never gotten anything under them. If you have any questions concerning the use of contacts, then feel free to ask me. I have been using them for years.
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#41 - xgeneration (10/30/2015) [-]
Makes me feel a bit more comfortable about contacts since I was always afraid of putting them on, rubbing your eyes is a no with contacts on right?
#42 - Mutador (10/30/2015) [-]
Well, as for rubbing your eyes I'd say no. Especially if you have the rigid ones as they can damage your eye if you rub your eyes. The important thing to note is that the soft lens are very soft and they cannot damage your eye. It really depends on what you define as rubbing your eyes, you can certainly softly massage your eyeballs, even with the rigid contacts, but you can't push your eyes halfway into the skull and rub them .

I started off with the rigid lens, and putting them in the first time hurt like a getting a tattoo on your eyeball... but your eye gets used to that very fast (in my opinon) and after a week I couldnt even feel them on my eyes. I suspect that soft lens dont hurt at all, or at fist they hurt only a little, because your eye is not used to them. As a matter of fact, your eye becomes less sensitive overall.

Putting the lens in is nothing to be afraid of. Again, the only bad part is the beginning when it might hurt... But after that it's not a problem at all. Putting them in doesn't hurt, having them in doesn't hurt, and taking them out doesn't hurt. As a matter of fact, your eye gets a protective surface and you can poke your eye where the lens is and it wouldn't hurt at all... Not that it's something you'd have to do, it's just a thing that I noticed.

I know telling you about how it might hurt at first isn't a very good way to convince someone to use contacts, but I think it's better to tell the truth about it . Besides, you wouldn't be getting the rigid lens and the soft ones don't hurt or don't hurt as much (I have no experience with that, so you'll have to google it or ask your optician.

If I haven't scared you off, then I recommend getting the single use ones at first, because they're thinner and softer and maybe even cheaper. You can use them to try them and if you like it, then you can try the monthly ones.

I'm not very good at making people feel comfortable if you have any more specific questions or if there's something specific about contacts that makes you cringe, then feel free to ask...again
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#112 - meroune (10/30/2015) [-]
I started off with soft lens and I don't remember it hurting at all. Pretty much the biggest issue I've ever had was instances where something got under the lens and I wasn't in a place where I could take it out and put it in the solution, or one instance whrre I was concentrating on something really hard and it ended up falling out. Overall they're really convenient. I've never used glasses and I pretty much live the same way I did before I got the contacts (some of my friends might not even know that I wear them).
#126 - Mutador (10/31/2015) [-]
Concentrated really hard must have been a big poop
#26 - **xgeneration used "*roll picture*"** **xgeneration rolled … 10/30/2015 on I gotchu fam comp 0
#126 - **xgeneration used "*roll picture*"** **xgeneration rolled … 10/29/2015 on modern dating +1
#36 - security camera? 10/29/2015 on Good Trade 0