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Yeah like I don't have much of a frame for me without glasses.
Those don't feel right
Positively awful. She looks like an evil librarian from a 90s kids show. The suggestion of calling her dad for the difference expands her options quite nicely, though.
Oh dear gods no. Please someone remove those from her face, immediately.
Something somewhere in between the two, or sparkly with a different shape (mine are sparkly).
Far too Rita Skeeter.
The new glasses
I like those. They looks well on her. Match her eyes and face very well.
I wonder how many different glasses Willis had to draw on her face before betting on this one.
Those glasses do look nice on her.
Cast page has updated to include be-glassed Joyce.
Well it's giving Joyce something to concentrate on that aren't the glasses
The main cast poster got updated too
Edited by rmctagg09 on Jan 12th 2021 at 2:06:23 PM
Walky ain't wrong.
(Also, how spicy were those nugs if the smell is on Sarah's clothes? Or is she just a messy eater?)
I think it's more like Walky is good at smelling that kind of food.
Goddammit Joyce grow the fuck up already, it's just some glasses. You've been fine with changing clothing styles before, what on earth is so terrible about this? You are not so baby that you'd think no one will think about anythingin regards to you other than the glasses just because of this.
Granting that I was a lot younger than her when I first needed glasses (I was 8 or so), but it's amazing to me that her vanity and fear of change is overriding the fact that, you know, she can fucking see again. I remember putting the glasses on for the first time and being like "This is awesome!"
ALSO: My wanting to punch Walky like 99% of the time has not subsided, if you were curious.
It's his use of the word "nugs", isn't it?
It's also his utter incapibility to leave people alone.
And, in this one specific instance, it's the fact that he's right.
She's been through a lot you see
I'd have thought that the obvious answer here is "this was a medical specialist giving me advice for the good of my health". But, meh, who cares about medical experts?
Also, if her vision is actually as bad as was implied by the start of this storyline, there's the fact that "When she doesn't need them" is going to be "pretty much never", speaking from experience with extreme nearsightedness.
Of course the lunch ladies will order to only eat Sloppys! Sloppy Sloppy Joes, yeah! Hoagies and Grinders! Hoagies and Grinders!
Oh no, Character Development!
YOU MESSED WITH THE NATURAL ORDER
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