One-liner Wednesdays #41



Just another really important process that is a sign that you are alive, but is also the traitor that conspires with your mask to fog up your glasses and make your life a nightmare.

  • * This definition is only applicable to those of us who have to wear glasses…because our vision is way too horrible without them!

This post was written in response to today’s One-Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. Hill. The challenge, as the name implies is to come up with a one-liner. Please click on the link to know more about the rules of this challenge and/or to read the other entries by my fellow bloggers.

My dear readers, who happen to be bespeckled like me – you know what I am talking about, right? I hate it when I have to stop and wipe my glasses every now and then just so that I can see where I am going! 😦

But I have switched over to new pair of N95 masks and those masks are wonderful. They don’t bite into my skin and irritate me and best of all – they don’t cause my glasses to fog up.

Do you have any similar stories to share? The comments section is all yours.

Wherever you are, I hope you are safe and well. Take care.

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15 thoughts on “One-liner Wednesdays #41

  1. It’s been tough for my Dad to find a mask that fits him because he has a rather large head and a beard. Fortunately, he can adapt masks to suit his needs, but it took a while


  2. I’ve heard so many ways to keep the glasses from fogging up, like clean them with shaving cream before putting the mask on. I’ve tried that and while my glasses have never been cleaner they still fog up. But then, it’s not as bad as it gets going inside on a cold day after being out in the cold weather for a little bit. I keep wondering if I can find some small window wipers to hook on the glasses and keep them fog free. Any inventors out there who could make them happen?


  3. Shweta, having 2 medical disabilities that are being ignored and forced to wear a mask when I am not able to breathe with one on, I finally found masks that I can breathe while wearing. My right to breathe is illegally being violated. Now instead of not being able to go anywhere, I can go where I please wearing something that is humane. And no they do not fog up my glasses.


  4. I’m determined to hang with this because SURELY there’s a mask out there that won’t fog my glasses! The other option is stumbling around feeling just a little bit blind and nothing good will come of that…


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