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The Eyes Have It



I think I'm going blind. Well, not blind exactly but with advancing age my eyesight is failing. I told my wife and she said I should go the the optometrist. She's pretty smart, eh? Like the brightest pupil in class.

So before things go too far, and I make a spectacle of myself, I'd best make that appointment.

I'm noticing things like seeing the television much better with my glasses off than on. That's not right. I'm sure iris-k severe eye strain.

I notice, too, when I'm driving my vision is blurry. That's not good. Driving like that lense itself to having an accident.

I'm fine with things close up. Like books. I have no problem at all when I'm reading or on the computer. Or clipping my nails or picking my teeth. When properly framed, things are fine.

And I test myself from time just to make sure. (Boy, that's gotta be the worst one, huh? i-test? hahaha)

But I'm not alone when it comes to certain concerns related to aging.

The other day Mrs D was bemoaning the fact she was growing old. Of course, for me, Mrs D is as lovely today as the day I met her. And I said to her, "Honey, you just get more beautiful everyday."

Oh, sure, thanks" she says, "this from a guy who says he's going blind!"

That Mrs D. She's so damn observant. Well, I tried. I'm phoning the eye doctor today.

This post was pretty cornea?

Comments

Indigo Roth said…
Despite my well-known adversity to puns, I thought this was blinking brilliant, Doof! An im-macula piece of work. Roth
nonamedufus said…
Well I really had to focus to get it down on paper, er, my computer. Glad you enjoyed it, Indigo.
Peggy Vork-Zambory said…
This one has put me in the pink - I loved it!


(See what I did there?)


LOL


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Cheryl said…
I've got a ton of great words to use as puns but once again, can't figure out how to use them. Instead of trying, I'm just going to say this: "Huzzah! Your mojo is back!"
Debra She Who Seeks said…
Clearly, your punning ability is still 20/20!
nonamedufus said…
Well, actually no. I'm losing my sight, eh? (Yeah, I saw.)
nonamedufus said…
I'm going blind and all you wanna do is make jokes?
nonamedufus said…
Ha ha, good one Debra. It was off the (eye) chart!
nonamedufus said…
I hope you didn't hurt yourself.
Laughing Mom said…
I dropped - ok, now am I losing it or did you not notice...hmmm
nonamedufus said…
Groaaaan!!! Good one!
I love this post because it is very very interesting.Thanks you very much for shearing this article
babs (beetle) said…
So now eye can't simply comment here? I have to try to be clever?
Nicky said…
This piece offers great insight into your comedic vision, o punny man.


Groan.:-)
nonamedufus said…
Not really, Babs. Outta sight, outta mind.
nonamedufus said…
Put a lid on it, Nicky. I wouldn't want to lash out at you. Heh, heh, heh.
Barb said…
Too cute! As for me, my arms are no longer long enough, hence the reading glasses.Getting older is a bitch!
meleahrebeccah said…
I can't believe HOW MANY puns you were able to insert here. You are HILARIOUS!!

And don't feel old! If it makes you feel any better I have to wear contact lenses all the time AND reading glasses at the same time - if I attempt to use my computer or read a book!
nonamedufus said…
That's like when I first got glasses. My arms weren't long enough to read the TV Guide!
nonamedufus said…
Oh, man, is that what I have to look forward to? Poor you.
meleahrebeccah said…
Probably not! I've had problems with my eyesight since I was nine years old!
nonamedufus said…
Oh, geez, is there any illness you haven't experienced?
meleahrebeccah said…
I don't really consider eyesight issues an illness. More like bad genetics.
nonamedufus said…
That's true, you're the expert!
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