Saturday, 19 February 2011

Following rules and instructions

(Based on real story and I drew these little pictures)

Do you ALWAYS read the instructions or user manual when you're opening a pack? Do you read those little words behind a contact lens solution about the care system?

This story was something my professor in university told in our Contact Lens tutorial, which he observed happening in the train before he came in for work that day.

Here's the story:

There was a guy (let's called him 'Don-K") sitting in the train, putting both his legs up on the seats like he don't care.

Few minutes later, another man came in and starred at the Don-K. He took his glasses of and offer it to the Don-K. "Nah!"
He offered him glasses, saying:
"Take my glasses and wear it!"

"Huh? Huh?"

"Wear it, because you can't see what is written on the sign",
as he points on the sign below:

"It says keep your feet off the seats! I think you need to see an OPTICIAN right away!"

Then only Don-K put his legs away.

There's instuctions printed on the back of a packaging, is always meant for you to read, in order to use or do it the proper wear. It is the same as how you clean your contact lenses. Imagine you did not clean it properly and debris stucked on the lens, then you put it on your eye the next day. Yuck! It is the same as how you follow road signs to reach your destination.

1 comment:

ameagor_thenny said...

that story aside...i used monthly disposable contact lense for 2 months and jz couldn't use it any longerXD