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Introspectacles

Glasses with reflective mirrors on the inside side
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A thoughtful gift for those in need of self examination
theircompetitor, Jan 04 2004

Eye Inspection Mirror: http://scientificso...duct.asp?pn=3039152
[Amos Kito, Oct 17 2004]

Eyes In The Back Of The Head http://www.popsci.c...anted-back-his-head
[theircompetitor, Nov 18 2010]

Snapchat releases glasses http://www.theverge...lease-date-snap-inc
So not these [theircompetitor, Sep 24 2016]

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       I once almost posted an idea for contact lenses that were mirrored on the inside. So you could close your eyes and see what you were thinking.   

       And glow in the dark contact lenses, so you could see what the inside of your eyelids look like.
lostdog, Jan 04 2004
  

       definitely not for driving
theircompetitor, Jan 04 2004
  

       if you get a pair and it isnt a white elephant gift does it mean your too narcisistic or does it mean the other person thinks you have very pretty eyes?
Space-Pope, Jan 04 2004
  

       can't know until you've worn them, I guess :)
theircompetitor, Jan 04 2004
  

       ['competitor], I thought of this as a pun at first. I think differently now.   

       Glasses like these could very well be trendy amongst the vain. They could wear these to "eyeball" themselves frequently.   

       Ironically, these glasses would eventually accomplish the very self-examination you intended for the wearer, after of course the frustrating period of time the wearer endures bumping other people and walking into lampposts, etc.. It could be fun to witness one walking this path to enlightenment.
Tiger Lily, Jan 04 2004
  

       I think I saw this in a prank catalogue. Only they were called "Spy Glasses."
spacecadet, Jan 04 2004
  

       In next year's catalogue we'll follow them up with Retrospectacles, which let you see what you could have done better
theircompetitor, Jan 04 2004
  

       My hindsight is 20/20, don't need any spectacles for that.
kbecker, Jan 06 2004
  

       Well put, Mr [becker] ...
Letsbuildafort, Jan 06 2004
  

       The trick is knowing which spirit to put in them.
wjt, Sep 26 2016
  
      
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