Happy Friday! I hope you are well and safe as this week draws to a close. For my friends dealing with hurricanes, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
I made a visit to the eye doctor today, something that, especially on my Mom’s side of the family, is a regular and important occurrence. While I was in the waiting room for two hours, again a regular but worthwhile occurrence I started wondering about jokes this week and then I saw the light. So here is a little site related humor to kick off your weekend. Some of them are pretty made but I am kind of a cornea guy.
My wife went to my optometrist to return a pair of glasses that I had purchased. They asked her what the problem was. So, she told them that the prescription must be wrong because I am still not seeing things here way.
A Czechoslovakian went to have his eyes tested. The optometrist displayed the eye with the letters N Y X C S F R U Z and asked, ‘can you read any of those letters?’ ‘Read it? ’he answered, ‘That’s my cousin!’
Did you hear about the lens maker who fell into the lens grinder and made a spectacle of himself?
Q. What was the lens’s excuse to the policeman? A. I’ve been framed officer
Q. What music do optometrists listen to? A. itunes
Q. What did the sailor say to the captain of the optometrist’s boat? A. eye-eye captain
Q. What do you call a one-eyed dinosaur? A. Douthinkhesaraus
Q. How many optometrists does it take to screw in a light bulb? A. Is it one or two? Two or One? One or two?
Q. What do you call a deer with no eyes? A. No Idear
Q. What do you call a deer with no eyes and no legs? A. Still no idear
Q. Where does bad light end up? A. In A Prism
Q. What happens when you split a prism? A. All the prismers escape
Thought for the Week
The objects of the present life fill the human eye with a false magnification because of their immediacy. ~ William Wilberforce