Internet sunglasses

Essential for protecting yourself from the web's harsh, glaring irony. (From Histoire De Voir, apparently)


  1. I had a friend who had a pair of very subtly asymmetrical sunglasses.  They were just off enough that people would catch a glimpse of her and then deliberately look elsewhere because they thought that she had a facial deformity and they didn’t want to stare.

  2. The next step being mood shades, which dynamically morph to express the wearer’s feelings.  Settings: wink, squint, brow raise, stink eye.

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