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    Default Dakota Smith Lucky Lady Sunglasses UV Protection

    These sunglasses have amber lenses, which means when you wear them, everything will look brighter, but it won't hurt your eyes. Some say, however, such lenses can be dangerous if they don't have a UV coating because they will cause your pupils to dilate and let in more radiation. On the other hand, amber lenses make thing look brighter, which should constrict your pupils, right?
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    Default Dakota Smith Lucky Lady Sunglasses UV Protection

    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBoe View Post
    These sunglasses have amber lenses, which means when you wear them, everything will look brighter, but it won't hurt your eyes. Some say, however, such lenses can be dangerous if they don't have a UV coating because they will cause your pupils to dilate and let in more radiation. On the other hand, amber lenses make thing look brighter, which should constrict your pupils, right?
    That sounds like a pretty good theory to me, FaceofBoe. Sunglasses making the landscape look brighter and constricting you pupils while shielding your eyes from harmful UV rays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    That sounds like a pretty good theory to me, FaceofBoe. Sunglasses making the landscape look brighter and constricting you pupils while shielding your eyes from harmful UV rays.
    I guess all these factors combine to make some pretty good sunglasses, huh? So your retinas are protected by the sunglasses themselves as well as by your irises narrowing your pupils. Good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBoe View Post
    I guess all these factors combine to make some pretty good sunglasses, huh? So your retinas are protected by the sunglasses themselves as well as by your irises narrowing your pupils. Good deal.
    It all works out, doesn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    It all works out, doesn't it?
    Yes it does, and I love the color. Amber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBoe View Post
    Yes it does, and I love the color. Amber.
    Now that I look at that picture again, it looks like that lovely lady is holding a huge piece of cheese.

    Guess what? If you do a Google search for the phrase "amber cheese" (and you know you want to) you'll find this lovely lady:
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    Default Nice to Meet You Miss Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    Now that I look at that picture again, it looks like that lovely lady is holding a huge piece of cheese.

    Guess what? If you do a Google search for the phrase "amber cheese" (and you know you want to) you'll find this lovely lady:
    Thanks for saving me the trouble, Beckifera.

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    Default Meet Amber Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    Thanks for saving me the trouble, Beckifera.
    Sure. No charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    Sure. No charge.
    I wonder if that girl's name really is "Amber Cheese"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    I wonder if that girl's name really is "Amber Cheese"?
    Maybe when that picture was taken the photographer said "Okay Amber. Say cheese!"

    Her eyes are so wide that if she was wearing contact lenses, they may have fallen out. Does that ever happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBoe View Post
    Maybe when that picture was taken the photographer said "Okay Amber. Say cheese!"

    Her eyes are so wide that if she was wearing contact lenses, they may have fallen out. Does that ever happen?
    I have certainly heard of contact lenses falling out, and opening one's eyes wide like that might just cause them to fall. A quick Google search turned up two or three instances where someone's contacts fell out when they rubbed their eye.

    I also found this:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    I have certainly heard of contact lenses falling out, and opening one's eyes wide like that might just cause them to fall. A quick Google search turned up two or three instances where someone's contacts fell out when they rubbed their eye.

    I also found this:
    The title is rather badly spaced, but the picture works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBoe View Post
    Maybe when that picture was taken the photographer said "Okay Amber. Say cheese!"

    Her eyes are so wide that if she was wearing contact lenses, they may have fallen out. Does that ever happen?
    I wonder what other kinds of things can cause contact lenses to fall out of one's eyes? I'm sure some of my friends from Lens 101 can give me some real-life examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    I wonder what other kinds of things can cause contact lenses to fall out of one's eyes? I'm sure some of my friends from Lens 101 can give me some real-life examples.
    Well, I've got nothing. Can anyone else help out here. Can you cry your lenses out? I hope no one reading this has found out from personal experience, unless maybe they were tears of joy. Have you ever been so happy that you cried your lenses out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    Now that I look at that picture again, it looks like that lovely lady is holding a huge piece of cheese.

    Guess what? If you do a Google search for the phrase "amber cheese" (and you know you want to) you'll find this lovely lady:
    She looks like she's saying "Stop calling me Amber Cheese!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBoe View Post
    Well, I've got nothing. Can anyone else help out here. Can you cry your lenses out? I hope no one reading this has found out from personal experience, unless maybe they were tears of joy. Have you ever been so happy that you cried your lenses out?
    I'd like to hear a story about the time someone had tears of joy that dislodged their contact lenses. I'd settle for a story about how someone almost cried their contact lenses out when they were crying for happiness.

    Do you want to hear a story like that boys and girls?

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