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Draig Cailleach

Hey, everyone! So, this happened a while ago now, and I think about it a lot, and I'm curious as to what you guys think of it. 
 

So, I had been sitting across from one of my friends at a restaurant (it was a buffet, and everyone else was still getting food, so my friend I was sitting across from was the only one that saw), and we were chatting while we ate. I had sunglasses on because we were by the window, and my eyes are very sensitive to the sun (I was actually told by my optometrist that I needed to wear sunglasses anytime I went out (I presume just during the day, as my eyes don't bother me at all at night. I had just assumed it was because of my eye sensitivity, so I didn't ask him to elaborate further, though now I wish I had). My friend happened to look up at me, and she looked startled. Naturally I asked "What's wrong?", to which she asked if I had contacts in. I did, but they were just regular contacts (not colored or anything) which I told her, and asked why? Well, apparently, even through my black sunglasses, my eyes were glowing orange. They've never done it before, or since, as far as I know, anyway-if it did, then it happened when no one was around to see it and I wasn't looking in a mirror. 

Anyway, thoughts?

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quiXilver

Orange lights reflecting off the lenses.

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Kittens Are Jerks

Were you wearing polarized lenses? If the sunlight was hitting them from a certain angle, that might account for the orange glow. I do, however, wonder how your friend could see your eyes through the black lenses.

If someone told me my eyes were glowing orange, the first thing I would do is look into a mirror. Did you?

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Manwon Lender
3 hours ago, Draig Cailleach said:

Hey, everyone! So, this happened a while ago now, and I think about it a lot, and I'm curious as to what you guys think of it. 
 

So, I had been sitting across from one of my friends at a restaurant (it was a buffet, and everyone else was still getting food, so my friend I was sitting across from was the only one that saw), and we were chatting while we ate. I had sunglasses on because we were by the window, and my eyes are very sensitive to the sun (I was actually told by my optometrist that I needed to wear sunglasses anytime I went out (I presume just during the day, as my eyes don't bother me at all at night. I had just assumed it was because of my eye sensitivity, so I didn't ask him to elaborate further, though now I wish I had). My friend happened to look up at me, and she looked startled. Naturally I asked "What's wrong?", to which she asked if I had contacts in. I did, but they were just regular contacts (not colored or anything) which I told her, and asked why? Well, apparently, even through my black sunglasses, my eyes were glowing orange. They've never done it before, or since, as far as I know, anyway-if it did, then it happened when no one was around to see it and I wasn't looking in a mirror. 

Anyway, thoughts?

I have no idea what would cause that at all. But, maybe since your Scottish you have been spending to much time around the House (Boleskine House) that Alester Crowley owned on Lock Ness and you brought something back with you!!:w00t::D

Anyway that's very strange, I think you should contact Papa and have him give you reading with the Papameter!:devil:

@papageorge1

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Draig Cailleach

@Kittens Are Jerks it didn't last long enough for me to go look in the mirror. They were only like that a few seconds and then they just kind of faded. And no, the sunglasses weren't polarized.

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Kittens Are Jerks
13 hours ago, Draig Cailleach said:

@Kittens Are Jerks it didn't last long enough for me to go look in the mirror. They were only like that a few seconds and then they just kind of faded. And no, the sunglasses weren't polarized.

My other thought is that perhaps your friend accidentally looked at the sun then at you.

IMO, whatever happened, happened to your friend, not you. Your eyes did not glow orange, she just thought they did.

You're smart to wear sunglasses, by the way. Everyone should wear them, even on cloudy days.

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Overdueleaf

Perhaps your friend was pulling your leg a wee bit??    Kind of like... "oh you got a booger hanging out of your nose!!"  Everyone has done this at least one in their life to a friend, and to sell it, one has to be serious else its a dead give away.

So lets see weigh options here

1. friend feigning a startled look and claiming your eyes were glowing orange

2. Illusion of light on sunglasses that made it appear your eyes were glowing orange

3. Eyes actually glowing orange, but for only a split second and never to happen again. 

 

I would like to pick door #____ Johnny!

 

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Kittens Are Jerks
34 minutes ago, Overdueleaf said:

Perhaps your friend was pulling your leg a wee bit??    Kind of like... "oh you got a booger hanging out of your nose!!"  Everyone has done this at least one in their life to a friend, and to sell it, one has to be serious else its a dead give away.

That occurred to me as well, but more kind of like..."oh I think you might be a werewolf"....

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