Genetically, I’m supposed to have an addictive personality. Fortunately, my Asian Flush cancels that out pretty well but I still worry over what would happen if I spent more than 30 minutes inside a casino.
I will agree that my one addiction would revolve around treating my eyeballs with Rohto Zi 0 eyedrops, thanks to the two summers spent in Japan during junior high. They were my one special savior to annoying itchy and red eye allergies, and I could only find them in Japan. While Visine made my eyes hurt (and my head hurt from those annoying commercials with Ben Stein) and others only felt like tears, these amazing drops felt as if my eyeballs took a refreshing bath in Listerine and/or someone just threw an icicle at my face. Why rub your eyes when a drop of Rohto Zi can do it for you? In other words, A-MAZING.
Today I learned that the American brand is popular among stoners and that the Japanese drops come with different levels. That’s right. LEVELS. That’s how complicated these eye drops are: they vary in intensity from 1 to 7. And my favorite ones are only a 6. A six. SIX!!!
I NEED TO UPGRADE TO SEVEN.
If a six means icicles rubbing your eyeballs, then what would a seven be? A blizzard? Enormous hail stones pounding against your aqueous humor? The upgraded ice wrench from Bioshock? Did I just out myself as a nerd again? Dammit.