Samwise

Wearing glasses during a punt

43 posts in this topic

I am pretty short sighted but normally wear contact lenses. However at this time of year I suffer from hayfever and so wear glasses as the contacts are too uncomfortable.

I really fancy a punt tomorrow and want to enjoy the visual aspect of it as well rather than just seeing a blurry shape.

Would girls consider it weird if I kept my glasses on during the punt? Hoping for DFK and RO so there is definitely potential for them to get knocked off or steamed up :D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I am pretty short sighted but normally wear contact lenses. However at this time of year I suffer from hayfever and so wear glasses as the contacts are too uncomfortable.

I really fancy a punt tomorrow and want to enjoy the visual aspect of it as well rather than just seeing a blurry shape.

Would girls consider it weird if I kept my glasses on during the punt? Hoping for DFK and RO so there is definitely potential for them to get knocked off or steamed up :D

Although I don't really need to wear my glasses to enjoy the visual aspects I usually forget to take them off! I've never had any problems or adverse comments. I do take them off for the lovely cuddle afterwards.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Would girls consider it weird if I kept my glasses on during the punt?

I very much doubt it, I always wear a full face mask, snorkel and flippers and nobody has made a single comment yet.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have on occasion been known to put my reading glasses on when something deserved closer scrutiny.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I am pretty short sighted but normally wear contact lenses. However at this time of year I suffer from hayfever and so wear glasses as the contacts are too uncomfortable.

I really fancy a punt tomorrow and want to enjoy the visual aspect of it as well rather than just seeing a blurry shape.

Would girls consider it weird if I kept my glasses on during the punt? Hoping for DFK and RO so there is definitely potential for them to get knocked off or steamed up :D

I always take mine off, as I find they get in the way, but I doubt they are going to mind... that's going to be pretty low down on the list of weirdest things they've been asked.

I do also find it helps to make some WGs look more like the pics on their site :):D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I very much doubt it, I always wear a full face mask, snorkel and flippers and nobody has made a single comment yet.

I cant belive nobody has mentioned the lack of a tie :D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I see in another post that you are planning an "A" level session. It might be a good idea to wear your glasses for it otherwise you might get charged for "A" levels but not actually be "in the back door."

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Just be careful you don't put them down, and leave without them! A couple of months back at Scorpio I left my glasses on the shelf above the basin after my shower and then went into the parlour to make my choice.

It was only a couple of hours later that I realised my error and hastily telephoned. I was told to wait, while she found them, and confirmed that she had them. A month or more later I returned for a little light relief, and my specs. There were two pairs in the petty cash box, one certainly not mine and the other looking quite like them, and nearly the same prescription, but quite a bit older and more worn! The lesson that I draw is that quite a few punters are sufficiently distracted by the delights on offer that they leave their specs behind!

Both times that I've done it I've got either the real ones, or very similar back! When I left them with an Indie, she was kind enough to telephone me as soon as she found them, by which time I'd driven too far to come back, and then gave me coffee and a half hour's relaxing gossip when I came back a week later to collect them (but nothing more!).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Of course your may keep your glasses on, just remember to put them back on again before you leave if you do take them off. Glasses must be the one item left behind more than any other.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Would girls consider it weird if I kept my glasses on during the punt? Hoping for DFK and RO so there is definitely potential for them to get knocked off or steamed up :D

While engaged in RO, make sure she doesn't close her legs suddenly as it can snap the bridge of your specs.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I've worn glasses for years, but I recommend you invest in the flexible framed ones. I speak from experience, I was indulging in RO when the lady in question in the throes of passion crossed her legs and broke the bloody things. :D:D:eek:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You should of done a jack duckworth and used plasters to fix them and then used them from then on as your punting glasses. . . . . . . .:D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I am pretty short sighted but normally wear contact lenses. However at this time of year I suffer from hayfever and so wear glasses as the contacts are too uncomfortable.

I really fancy a punt tomorrow and want to enjoy the visual aspect of it as well rather than just seeing a blurry shape.

Would girls consider it weird if I kept my glasses on during the punt? Hoping for DFK and RO so there is definitely potential for them to get knocked off or steamed up :D

Frotunately mine are varifocals and I really only need them for reading and writing. I normally take them off at the same time as the rest of my clothes (on the front step just before ringing the bell, LOL)...but then at least twice I've forgotten them and had to go back for them! Well, that was my excuse.

Just keep them on an do your Michael Caine impression!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
You should of done a jack duckworth and used plasters to fix them and then used them from then on as your punting glasses. . . . . . . .:D

Girl wearing her glasses is nice too......:D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
You should of done a jack duckworth and used plasters to fix them and then used them from then on as your punting glasses. . . . . . . .:D

Just what every lady wants, a Jack Duckworth look-a-like.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Girl wearing her glasses is nice too......:D

Now you're talking. Dead sexy. Instant sophistication. Yeah baby. :D

P.S. but no fishbowls please :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Now you're talking. Dead sexy. Instant sophistication. Yeah baby. :D

P.S. but no fishbowls please :)

Like Olive in On The Buses you mean? (Although I'll bet Interested would be interested! :D )

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

During my last punt, following a severe session of 69 with the lady on top, she dismounted and momentarily lost her balance. In the process her knee gave me a bit of a thwack just over my left eye and the contact lens therein retreated to a corner of my eye so remote had to have the assistance of her make-up mirror to relocate said item and re-position same so as to continue to enjoy her superb frame visually.

A minor hazzard in the scheme of things

Uncle Pokey

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

This reminds me of Lou4fun

She could tease my ring with one of the arms of her spectacles any day she likes. :D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
This reminds me of Lou4fun

She could tease my ring with one of the arms of her spectacles any day she likes. :D

You say the sweetest things:eek:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have always had terrible short sight and had long considered laser surgery. During my first meeting with a modern style escort I was incredibly frustrated by not being able to see her face, or pretty much any of her apart from the bit I was giving a ot of attention to with my tongue because it was all out of my range of good vision - about six inches (no laughs please) at the time.

That was it, I made an appointment the next day and had the surgery a week later and, to be honest, have never looked back or felt so liberated. Trouble is now, I need glasses for reading and writing and similar close up activities......there are occasions though when an approximation of vision is enough:)

And I have left my glasses twice..........

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I've worn glasses for years, but I recommend you invest in the flexible framed ones. I speak from experience, I was indulging in RO when the lady in question in the throes of passion crossed her legs and broke the bloody things. ;):eek::eek:

Oi, Do you mind, That was my joke !

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
This reminds me of Lou4fun

She could tease my ring with one of the arms of her spectacles any day she likes. :eek:

Not sure how glasses are meant to improve her sight - she has NO EYES! lol! Cute though.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You have to be careful as they get smeared very easily when doing RO and then you need to clean them off!!:eek:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now