Doesn't lasik give you temporary blindness after the surgery? Well, not literally that, but your eyes just get really sensitive to light. I heard that side effect is a bitch. Besides, every time I read about the process of this operation I always feel squeamish. Laser cutting your cornea and all that.
I remember getting a lot of compliments, even from strangers (which *never* happens), when I had my first set of contact lenses. To be honest, it felt really good. Besides, eye contacts didn't bother me as much as the other people in this thread
dulcet, I can see you lurking and I just want to say I like your posts in necro
brian doesn't count. even when he's being autistic he's somehow cool. he's too good for any of us. fuck you brian.
But to actually contribute for once; I'm reading Dante's Divine Comedy atm. and I'm actually enjoying it a lot. I hope this is the start of me actually being able to garnish the motivation to start Goethe's Faust and Virgil's Aeneid as I've been wanting to read those for ages. But motivation is a sumptuous slut and I'll be down on all fours in a split second.
Goethe's Faust is really good. The first part was relatively painless to read but I haven't been able to read the second because every time I tried, my head would just hurt.