What Happens When Your Contacts Have Nowhere to Sleep?

I was bested by elementary school science this morning when I found out the solution evaporated from my make-shift shot glass contact case. My idea was basically brilliant, and I would venture to guess “pinterest” worthy, but this morning the swift hammer of reality fell when I saw my contacts were tiny crispies. Up until now, I felt stupid for being swindled by the girl at the Wal-Mart eye care center a few months back for buying contacts in bulk “just in case”. I guess I couldn’t “see” what was coming. It may have seemed like a “shot” in the dark, but coming in “contact” with her was clearly the best “solution”. (Btw I’m a -1.50 in both eyes, and I have a slight astigmatism in both eyes too. Sounds like that poor fellow Jackson could use a shot.)

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