Ever since Wednesday, December 12th, the day @Mac'nCheese irreparably changed the MacRumors Forums landscape, I've had but one thought on my mind: what will the next seemingly trivial question be to push us into a new era of easily distracted discussion? Then it hit me. I absolutely hated the idea of wearing contacts until I was 16; they seemed only superficially appealing. Then, when I actually tried them… I still hated them and found it difficult to put them in. After an hour of an optometrist trying to show me how to pop them in, I asked if it was normal for folks to struggle so much at first. They paused, inhaled, and said, "No, you're taking really long time." Eventually, I got used to them and now prefer contacts to glasses. I can wear them in the shower or while napping without removal, plus my prescription has gotten so bad that glasses add a bit of lens distortion to my peripheral vision. It feels like I'm playing an early FPS when I put my glasses on at night after wearing contacts all day.