I have several pairs of glasses, I counted them up and there are 8 pairs in all.
Some for reading, some downstairs, another pair in my bag and some upstairs. Saying this I still often can't find a pair, lol
Over time the arms become tired and tend to spread out therefore making the glasses slip down my nose. Tom had tightened the screws but basically they are just getting old.
I have found a solution to this by taking two tiny bits of cardboard and putting them inside the hinge part of the glasses, this tightens them up and they do not slide down my nose.
When we went to the cafe the other day I took my glasses out of my bag and didn't have any cardboard.
Being a resourceful person I found a replacement the did the job nicely.
2 bit of lettuce stalk from the chicken sandwich did the job perfectly.
And if you don't want to waste anything they can be eaten after use, lol
Haha brilliant! You do make me laugh, Briony xReplyDelete
Now that's a novel way to carry your lunch :-)ReplyDelete
Lettuce learn from this.ReplyDelete
this is hilarious, the lettuce i mean.. where there is a will there is a way is what came to mind. even my expensive prescription glasses do this after a wild. I go to the shop and they somehow tighted them so they don't slide down.. bob has reading glasses in every room yet at times there are none in the space he needs themReplyDelete
Genius!!!!!!! You have inspired me, Briony! How did you know my main pair of glasses slide down my nose all the time. Now I know what to do about it. Thank you!!! ~Andrea xoxoxoReplyDelete
Haha, it's amazing how resourceful we can be. I can never find my specs either, I'm supposed to have a pair in each room and in each handbag it's amazing how they all tend to end up in one place. xReplyDelete
You are too funny! That's hilarious!ReplyDelete
Lol...A stroke of genius I think...ReplyDelete
What a clever idea. Very resourceful of you.ReplyDelete
Ha ha ha! Making do just took on new meaning :)ReplyDelete
Wow, you are SO creative! I think most people would naver have thought of this.ReplyDelete
Haha, that's so funny. I think there would be very few people who would have such an idea.ReplyDelete
Good for you!ReplyDelete
Brilliant, though not a lasting job! I just did a quick count of specs I own....at least 10 pairs of reading glasses. I am lucky that my prescription for them is simple, so I get them from Poundland..for £1 would you believe. Beautifully made and last for years! I can reach out in most places in the house and have a pair to hand.ReplyDelete
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