>that cool glasses adjusting pose
Does anyone do this in real life?
I do but only because that's the normal way to adjust glasses.
Anime makes it look cool because the glasses reflect light which is impossible to naturally achieve in real life.
I do it from the centre and from the slide of one lens.
I don't wear glasses often. I got mine out on the town. I can't remember how or why but when I woke up there they were, scratched up and non prescription.
Does anybody unzip their jacket to talk, and then zip it back up like Inumuta?
That would be funny as fuck.
This particular glasses push is the only thing I do that reveals my power level.
Protip: anyone who wear glasses have to adjust it often, but that in real like it doesn't look cool.
If I ever adjusted my glasses by the bridge? Of course.
Do I stare to a camera and say an one liner while doing that? No.
>Does anyone do this in real life?
Obviously we don't do it slowly while saying something important but a lot of glasses wearers do use two fingers or one finger and push the spine or whatever it's called.
I've ironically done it anime style though, got called out as a faggot for it.
>all these 1-finger plebs
I use three fingers on one side. The thumb rests on the bottom of one lens, the index finger in the upper corner, and the middle finger extend to the top center. This middle finger then acts as a pivot, allowing the index finger and thumb to lift the glasses vertically while maintaining optimal horizontal balance. The triangle is structurally the strongest shape, the Egyptians knew this when they built the pyramids, it is the optimal layout for proper glasses positioning and stability.
I know that feel.
This is why I buy only IEM, SoundMagic PL50 are great, sound quality are below some newer IEM since they are quite old now but the conform from this IEM is unmatched, sometimes I forgot I have them inside my ear and get up my chair and try to walk away just to end it up thugin the wire.
YES, megane is disgusting in both 3d and 2d
Got my PRK two years ago in the military. It felt nice to suddenly be able to shoot straight after having to deal with two pairs of lenses in addition to optics or night vision.
>tfw can't see shit past 1 feet
I just wanna live a life without glasses, glasses suck.
But this is the "shit just got real" adjust.
As a kid I got the idea that it's dorky to adjust your glasses by pushing the bridge with your index finger, so I figured the most natural non-dorky way to do it would be to grab a frame with my index finger and thumb. I call it the Claw.
Not sure if people are just baiting, but there's literally no evidence that nearsightedness is caused by genetics. The most accepted theory these days is that it's related to a lack of sunlight, which explains why so many basement dwellers need glasses.
Heh, I've read 1460 books this year.
Nearsightedness (miopia) can actually be acquired by not going outside enough as a child which can alter eye development. Considerating where we are, genetics is probably not a concern.
>tfw so used to adjusting glasses that you subconsciously adjust even when you're not wearing them
I feel like such a faggot when I do this.
>don't wear glasses anymore
>still rub the bridge of my nose sometimes
But that's google you little shit
On topic though, pushing the middle part is the fastest and simplest way to fix the glasses. Some gimmicky index and thumb grip is too complex for something so simple. Then there's higher chance to smudge the lens.
I constantly have to readjust my glasses since they slide down my nose constantly.
>work behind the counter at a comic/manga store
>have to readjust my glasses
>retarded overweight 12 year old weeb looking at flavor of the month shonenshit sees me, does some edgy pose and readjusts his glasses and lets out a smug "Hmph"
>he's always there and does this nearly every day
I do it quite often, because my glasses often drop into an uncomfortable position.
But I do it by grabbing the left or right lens with two fingers, not by pushing it up in the middle.
Only anime does that.
Not that guy but I only wear sunglasses and since my head is rather small it's kinda hard to find glasses that don't slide don't your nose. A friend of mine has the opposite problem with his head being too "big".
It doesn't really help that my nose is pretty slim and when I sweat in summer I constantly have to push it up my nose
you're just fuck ugly
>If you need glasses you are practically a subhuman.
t. absolutely not the Juden trying to divide allies for fabricated reasons you silly goy
you know, eyesight problems are actually linked to the amount of sunlight you didn't get in developing years. (and genetics)
This is, regardless of how much you actually read or not.
I simply press both palms onto my face.
The total coverage ensures an even distribution of force.
I much prefer the side two fingered adjust than to do so in the middle