A frame that is too narrow will make your face look wider, while a frame that is too wide will make your face look narrower. This is one of the most important factors in finding a pair of glasses that fits well. Find a frame that is slightly wider than your face — no more than a finger width between the temple and your face. Any wider is a sign your frames are too wide. (This measurement is not printed on the temple of your glasses. To find it, take your measuring tape and measure horizontally across the front of your frames, including any hinges or design features that stick out on the sides.)
The numbers, from left to right are for:
To determine which lens size is right for you, know that a small lens width is 50mm or less, medium is between 51mm and 54mm and large is any lens wider than 55mm.
Your eyes should be centered within your lenses. Eyeglass frames that are too wide will make your eyes appear too close together, while narrow frames will give your eyes a wide-set look.
Temple length is the measurement in millimeters of the “arms” of the frame. This measurement does not vary as much as the others. 135mm, 140mm, 145mm, and 150mm are the most common options. The temple should fit horizontally and evenly along your face and fit comfortably along the outside of your ear.
The distance between two lenses equals a frame's bridge width. The bridge should sit comfortably flush against your nose. If you have close-set eyes or want a narrow bridge, this number should be lower. If you have wide-set eyes or want a wide bridge, this number should be higher.
The location of your nose can help determine which frame style works best for you. If your nose is higher on your face, an eyeglass style where the bridge is even with the frame’s brow line will look best. If your nose is situated a bit lower on your face, a frame with a lower bridge and curved brow line will better suit your features.
title is phrased super weirdly but i cant think of a way to phrase it better
Google assistant used to be so handy. When I'm working away instead of having to convert shit in my head or use a calculator I'll say for example 'hey google how many millimeters is 62 inches?'
It used to just say '62 inches is 1574.8 mm'
Now it rambles on and on 'to convert inches to millimeters multiply the total measurement by twenty five point four'
Yeah google, no shit, I could calculate this stuff myself but the reason I'm asking you is because I just want the answer fast because I'm trying to multi task at work.
Why the fuck does google assistant seem to be getting more annoying and dumber?
Like holy shit I'm invested in the Google system and it makes my life easier but it should be getting better, not dumber.
Just went from 23mm to 28mm and I feel like I can send mountains. Anyone else tried bringing their road bike to mtb trails and did you survive? I guess if you respond then I take it that you did haha.
The regularity of these shitty design and ux choices in 2021.. I smell digg style exodus the second that a decent competitor pops up.
edit: I meant to include that I absolutely loathe offside review but am not generally opposed to replay. In fact I like it for the most part. I just don't think that calling offside that closely on guys going that fast makes sense. But that's perhaps just me.
This has been running around in my head for a week. Why do linesmen bother calling close offsides at all anymore? I don't think most people like whistles and stoppages. Just let the play continue. In the unlikely event it ends up in the net - as we know, the majority of all plays don't go in the net - a team can opt to use its challenge if they think it was offside.
The league accepts calling goals back, but continues to enforce the offside rule, potentially robbing us of goals that would have developed from the play.
It keeps the game moving, and reduces the chances that an exciting play is stopped by a faulty or otherwise unimportant offside call.
Age: 1 year and 2 months
Sex/Neuter status: Male and is neutered
Weight: Not sure
Clinical Signs: Half a millimeter chipped canine tooth with swollen gum due to the tooth piercing it. Has trouble eating hard food presumably due to the pain so we give him mashed wet food
Duration: 2 weeks
General location: Toshkent Uzbekistan
Test results: None
In a summary my 1 year 2 months old male Bengal cat has a very slightly chipped canine tooth that made his gums swollen and prevents him from eating hard food. My vets are saying to remove the entire tooth but that seems too much for a very slightly chipped tooth. What should I do?