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i don't trust them
i don't trust people who don't wear sunglasses
Blind people and assholes! :)
it was at the students union which is dark even during the daytime. i was standing to the side of the dancefloor and suddenly noticed some guy standing behind me was wearing sunglasses. i couldn't be bothered to talk to him because the music was loud, but i got out my phone and typed something like "why are you wearing sunglasses? it's really quite dark, in case you hadn't noticed" and then showed it to him. i don't remember exactly what he said but he got a bit pissy and might have walked away.
MEANWHILE, i get pissed off when people get annoyed if i don't take them off when i go into the shop just to get an ice cream or a beer or something on a sunny day. i don't like keeping them on my head and i'd have to put them back on my face once i got back out on the street anyway.
Really don't get why people wear sunglasses indoors.
but like the shop scenario or on and off public transport etc? fuck you.
just people who get pissy about it.
however I don't trust people who are wearing sunglasses on a day when it's not that sunny and hasn't been in the days leading up to it. I assume they carry sunglasses just in case and that's not right.
As for people who wear sunglasses in doors and on the underground, pah.
as they share a case with my normal specs.
Wouldn't dream of wearing them inside/cloudy day/winter (even if the sun is low and blinding me).
when wearing contacts rather than a pair of sunglasses?
I thought when you said they share a case that you rotate between the two much like an estranged couple and a young child.
We don't generally have to deal with snow blindness over here.
I refuse to wear them in winter, just the way it is.
you're either sickeningly vain, or thick, or both.
That is why street vendors are pedaling them everywhere when you go to a hot country.
Feel free to wear your antarctic googles in the winter but as for me, well people died for my right not to wear sunglasses in the winter.
I would say that I'm not vain but my sunglasses are super-fly.
if the sun is strong enough to make you squint or it otherwise bothers you, it's sunglasses weather. i refuse to budge on this, you're the one who's wrong.
to pull this off.
Not sure it's worth it.
sometimes it's not sunny in the summer so you don't need them all the time in the summer. sometimes it's sunny when it's not summer, so you'd need them when it's not summer. hence the term summerglasses would be extremely flawed.
YOU'RE flawed, get back to your chilled apples lady and leave the sensible chat to us summerglass wearers.
I feel it was a cheapshot to make yourself feel superior.
sunglasses. It wasn't sunny in asda. This is what happens people.
sunglasses which I wear occasionally, 9 times out of 10 I forget to bring my normal glasses with me so have to wear them in shops n stuff cos my eyes are rubbish otherwise.
Just to balance it out and all tha..
The last pair I owned, which I bought off a lovely African man in the street in New York, surprisingly broke.
see also: people who walk around with their eyes closed. don't trust 'em one little bit.