What to do if you think you’re in a fake glasses deal

A few weeks ago, I bought a pair of fake glasses and tried them on.

My first thought was that I was going to have to put them back on after they wore off.

But the more I tried them, the more they seemed to be fake.

And the more people told me I was wrong about what I was wearing, the harder it became to stop wearing them.

I think the most important lesson I learned from this experience is that if you’re worried about the safety of your purchase, be careful not to make assumptions about what you’re buying.

For example, if you see a pair that says “fake glasses,” it might be worth considering getting a second pair instead.

If you buy a pair for $30, it might make more sense to get a second one for $50.

But if you decide you need a pair more, I think the best way to decide what to do is to look for what you think is fake.

In other words, if a pair says “faceted eyeglasses,” and the person in front of you says, “you’re buying a pair with glass lenses,” you should probably ask if the glasses are actually fakes.