Those Peepers!

Those Peepers - Anonymous Model

Those Peepers – Anonymous Model

It is always fun trying on new frames when you need new glasses.

Jeepers, Creepers! Where’d ya get those Peepers?

This was a popular jazz song, written in 1938, with lyrics by Johnny Mercer and music by Harry Warren.

I like this Ethel Waters recording Jeepers Creepers

 

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25 thoughts on “Those Peepers!

    1. scifihammy Post author

      Aw – thank you Ady – but it isn’t me! I don’t think the photo caption shows in WP reader? – I wasn’t trying to trick anyone this time! 🙂
      Glad you liked the old song 🙂

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  1. pensitivity101

    Think of me next week when I have my annual eye test. Hopefully the ‘windows’ I bought last year won’t need replacing! I remember my first ever pair of glasses made me look like Dame Edna (I was 12!) 😀

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  2. Garfield Hug

    Nice! Hope u bought the peepers you tried…looks good! To share, smaller frames easier vision. I recently had to wear glasses and realised the bigger frames don’t give better corrective vision than smaller frames. I don’t know if what I say makes sense but I hope it helps. 🙂

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      It is not me in the photo 🙂 hehe
      But yes, you are right – smaller frames are better when you have very thick glasses – I am minus 16.75D – ie v v thick lenses. Otherwise, you can just have fun with your frames 🙂

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      1. Garfield Hug

        LOL! I tot it was you…oops for me! I don’t have thick glasses..I have mono vision and it is hard to adapt. We call it degrees here and so I don’t understand your minus degrees. Silly me! I have script of 200 degrees one eye. I can still read and see but it is not good in long run. Ugh! Hard to adapt to peepers is my view…

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      2. scifihammy Post author

        My minus script is in Dioptres – I am very very short sighted. Your 200 degrees I think may be for astigmatism? – I also have that.
        Mono vision is hard to adapt to – they were trying to give me that. I told them – no thanks. I wear reading glasses On Top of my corrective glasses – at home – cheaper than extra pairs of glasses – and contact lenses to go out.
        Still, like you, I can read and drive and watch movies, so I’m not complaining. 🙂

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      3. Garfield Hug

        Ha ha! I agree with you. As long as we can see and have sight, we cannot complain as blind people cannot see. I think I have astigmatism and basically one super good eye and one weaker eye and the reverse for reading. So it balances as mono vision. I have bought 7 pairs of specs but none fits sadly in my mind.

        Waah and you take excellent photos despite being v short sighted! *thumbs up & I admire you Sci!! 🙂

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      4. scifihammy Post author

        Sorry for delay – I lost your comment somehow!
        I think your brain can work wonders in sorting out your vision – up to a point. Astigmatism is the hardest to correct for, so that is probably why you still struggle. 😦
        Never mind, as long as we can see enough. I hope I don’t go blind, as Little Monkey would lead me up trees chasing cats!! 😀

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      5. Garfield Hug

        You won’t go blind. Heavens forbid!!

        Good people will be taken care of. The heavenly beings will continue to ensure all being fit & healthy ♥

        Even LM. Ha! Ha! I truly can imagine LM leading you up trees chasing cats. Hilarious sight in my mind
        😀

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