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Glasses That Turn Into Sunglasses


glasses that turn into sunglasses
    sunglasses
  • (sunglass) a convex lens that focuses the rays of the sun; used to start a fire
  • Sunglasses or sun glasses are a form of protective eyewear designed primarily to prevent bright Sun light and high-energy visible light from damaging or discomforting the eyes.
  • Glasses tinted to protect the eyes from sunlight or glare
  • spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun; "he was wearing a pair of mirrored shades"
    turn into
  • To transform into; become; To transform into; cause to become
  • "Turn Into" is the second single to be released off Show Your Bones, the second LP by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
    glasses
  • A pair of binoculars
  • A pair of lenses set in a frame resting on the nose and ears, used to correct or assist defective eyesight or protect the eyes
  • spectacles: optical instrument consisting of a frame that holds a pair of lenses for correcting defective vision
  • furnish with glass; "glass the windows"
  • (glass) a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure
glasses that turn into sunglasses - Snowflake Holiday
Snowflake Holiday Specs 3D Glasses for Christmas Lights
Snowflake Holiday Specs 3D Glasses for Christmas Lights

A SURPRISE FOR THE EYES! Holiday Specs holographic lenses mysteriously transform ordinary Christmas lights or any bright point of light into different magical messages delighting people of all ages. For each point of light you will see a snowflake. These are so cool!
Holiday Specs glasses are brilliantly printed in full color holiday designs with easy to read directions.

Top Uses for Holiday Specs:

* Viewing Christmas Lights
* Stocking Stuffers
* Teacher/Student Gifts
* Holiday Light Displays
* Holiday Card Inserts
* Party Favors
* Fundraising
* Package Decorations
* Gift Baskets
* Secret Santa

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365 Day 146*
365 Day 146*
For :*tHe VeNt* the 5 senses: vision. Ouch that shit hurt so bad it knocked my glasses off! Just kidding.. I’m okay! I find myself being an assfuck full of contradictions in this shot. Converse sneakers worn with a dress up button down shirt? Torn jeans that were BOUGHT that way (new!). Fucked up broken sunglasses (R.I.P. aviators) worn with black dress socks. An unseen belt buckle with the word “WEREWOLF” on it to go with my “saddened” look doesn’t really make any sense either. Nor does the fact that I am sitting on an apparatus with the words “HIGH VOLTAGE” written on it that could I guess potentially kill me at any given moment. All in the name of day 146. But this all said, I still find my life becoming increasingly more routine everyday. I guess it’s always been this way. But as much as I love this project, it’s made my life even MORE routine rather than less. You have to be in a routine to be able to bang out what I hope is a killer shot everyday and write about it. My 365 project has turned into a part-time job! Every – single – mother – fucking – day. Not that I’m whining about it, I love it! But add that to everything else that is in my life, you have to perfectly juggle it all. I guess you’re going to need “routine” if I’m expected to go to my fulltime paying job (my work), attending to my fulltime non-paying job (my daughters), and keeping up with life in general. But if I had it my way? My life would be a little more chaotic. Maybe chaotic isn’t quite the term I want to coin it. But I’d love to just travel around with my kids going from country to country to world to planet to universe to the cosmos and back – like, hmmm… on the weekends? To spice things up? Someone get me a goddamn spaceship… pleeeeeeeease? April 30th, 2009 *=lapse
St Botolph, Iken, Suffolk.
St Botolph, Iken, Suffolk.
The setting for this church is so beautiful. As you approach you see the church sitting on a bit of land that appears to stick out into the River Alde. I had never been here before and was so amazed at that first view. Inside the church there is not an awful amount to see really, but it seems steeped in history. There is a large chunk of stone that turns out to be part of an ancient cross that was over 10 ft tall! There is no plaster or render on the internal walls, which is I think as a result of a fire during the late 60's which left the church roofless for many years after, I'm guessing that rain and frosts stripped that? I love this little thatched church and plan on going back. Oh yeah, the lanes leading up to here are riddled with horses and horsey people, so please drive carefully or you will find yourself looking at an angry long face with another long face between its legs! Another funny thing that happened to me here was,as I left I stopped off to take a shot of that wonderful view from the lane. Well I left my sunglasses on the roof of my car and drove off, I thought I had left them on the gate post where I pulled over,as I started to reverse back a lady stopped me and put her hand on the roof of my car and said can I help. I explained I had left my glasses on the gate post and was just going to get them. She never even saw them on the roof and she had been leaning right where they were. She even offered to walk back and get them!

glasses that turn into sunglasses
glasses that turn into sunglasses
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