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June 1, 2006

New Glasses Require Piercing Bridge of Nose

at 5:28 am. Filed under Funny Hacks, Human Hacks

If you are into piercing these new glasses might be for you. Might not be the best for playing sports though, getting hit in the face may open a new world of hurt…

“Here’s the step-by-step:

* Get pierced – an internally-threaded barbell that goes through the skin above the bridge of your nose
* Use a tabletop mill to cut the L-shaped metal pieces that screw onto the barbell
* Attach rare earth magnets to the glasses; these hold the glasses on.
* Don’t get rid of the bridge pieces; they let the lenses sit on your nose and take the actual weight of the lenses. ”

Nicole Dyer writes “Simply jam a magnetic barbell through the skin on the bridge of your nose, attach magnets to your eyeglass lenses and, presto, you have frameless eyewear—and a recipe for really bad headaches.”



 

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9 Responses to “New Glasses Require Piercing Bridge of Nose”

  1. Webshit Says:

    Not realy new. This is 2005 stuff ;-)

  2. Hexypoo Says:

    oh yah, you know your kewl when you screw your glasses to your head.

  3. Peanut Says:

    Ew. You’re ugly.

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  5. Gareth Says:

    Yeah thanks a lot Peanut I’m uglier than him. Doesn’t it suck when someone who’s better looking than you gets called ugly? It’s like, what does that make me then?

  6. Curt Says:

    You know these are the only pictures I’ve ever seen of this and I’ve seen them over and over. I’ll bet they grew out almost immediately after these pictures were taken.

  7. Cabe Says:

    Well.. the fact is that people who pierce themselves don’t usually wear glasses XD.. no much reading in all that partying :P.. and it looks incredibly dangerous :/

  8. OT The Wonder of Woolies - Page 4 | hilpers Says:

    [...] Re: OT The Wonder of Woolies On Feb 7, 10:47*am, r…@cl.cam.ac.uk (Robin Fairbairns) wrote: > *Plusnet <n…@home.com> writes: > >alex.fos…@zetnet.co.uk says… > >> Plusnet <n…@home.com> wrote: > > >> |spectacles with tiny lenses shaped like letter boxes > > >> Those aren’t nearly as bad as they look once you start wearing them. *I was > >> cautious at first, but have now taken to the letterbox shape. *Not least > >> because they’re cut down, the lenses aren’t very thick at the edges. > > >But but but.. > > >If the lenses are so tiny in the heighth* dimension, they only have to > >slip down one’s nose by one or two millimeters & you’re looking over > >them & not through them. > > those of us who are long-sighted often find this useful. *think of > half-moon glasses (wot don’t seem so common any more). > > >This movement can only be prevented by clamping them to one’s face with > >enormous force, or some form of spot-welding. > > i find blu-tak does the job rather well, and it’s less drastic than > araldite or spot-welding. *my own glasses have springy arms, which > keeps them more-or-less in place. *but then, they’re not letterbox > shaped. A DIY alternative: – http://hackedgadgets.com/2006/06/01/…ridge-of-nose/ [...]

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