#439 Checking somebody out and not getting busted

Sunglasses are a form of comfortable and protective eyewear that help prevent strong sunlight and UV rays from damaging your eyes. They are a popular fashion accessory, too. Try them at a restaurant, in a car, or on the beach.



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33 responses to “#439 Checking somebody out and not getting busted

  1. Cupcake Girl

    OMG This is AWESOME! I’m the first comment! and the post is equally awesome!!

  2. I love how this is written so that the reader is forced to relate the two things. Ingenious.

  3. Hats help… protect your eyes from sunlight… as well. ;)

  4. KayBrad

    Getting busted because they’re checking you out too. AWESOME!

  5. You busted us, Neil!

    Love this one :)

  6. Chrissie

    LOL sooo funny but soooo true!!!! :) i love this

  7. hahahaha, that’s so true, loool

  8. Laura

    Another great tactic is tinted car windows.

    For protecting oneself from harsh UV rays, I mean.
    Wait, what did you think I meant?

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  10. Goof

    B-) I can’t stand being out in the sun with out my shades.

  11. elie

    I lovre protecting my eyes…while I’m checking out the scenery

  12. lol that’s half the reason I got sunglasses for band camp :) there’s a reeeeeally hot senior boy that I can now stare at 100% of the time instead of 70%, since I’m already accomplished at staring without getting caught :)

  13. Kayleigh

    Thats so true!! I always get caught checking people out!!

  14. I like wearing sunglasses when I’m at work because people think I’m wayyy more focused than I actually am.

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  15. Amanda

    When I was in college a friend of mine and I went sunglass shopping for the sole purpose of getting some to wear through campus so we could check boys out and not get caught… ahhh the good old days.

  16. Irene

    Sometimes I will imagine myself being a detective and watch my suspect.

  17. haylers

    All the time….

  18. i love this one sooo much :) it reminds me of all my guy friends haha

  19. Lol so true :) in order to succeed with this, i use my sunglasses…

  20. Becki

    I recently got regular glasses and as I was trying to get used to feeling them on all the time. I would get busted checking people out, because I wasn’t used to having the feeling of glasses on all the time. oops!

  21. wendywithaurora

    First trip to a very busy beach, way back when my first born was a baby; while on route with a friend to the washrooms, we were clearly being watched, (necks were careened, so not so sneaky really), we swayed our hips just a wee bit…”why not feel a little hot after packing, then losing 70 extra pounds”, she said. Upon arrival at the washrooms, girls roared and pointed out the fact I had some of my daughter’s banana and cheezie crumbs stuck to the butt-crack-hole area of my shorts! We laughed till we fell to the floor, then with exaggeration strutted our stuff back to the beach blanket to find my adorable baby smiling innocently up at me! Best look ever!

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  23. Emily

    Hence why I wear sunglasses in the airport (awkward) — it’s necessary to people watch without being creepy. Although me wearing the sunglasses in the first place is probably weird enough. Oh well!

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  25. No way… it’s important that the person you’re checking out sees that they have been checked out… otherwise what value is added to the world!?

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