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I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......

 
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I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
Some days my eyes get so bright, people ask me if I'm wearing fake contacts. My eyes are very sensitive to light. I think that is one of the reasons I prefer grey, darker days. At times they become deep blue, but it all depends on my mood or weather. It's actually quite weird. Anyways, why would my eyes be so sensitive in Sun light? I know other people who have green, brown, hazel, and even blue who do not have this problem. I have never met anyone with the type of blue eyes I have, however. They get extremelely bright and piercing. I have done some searches on it, but never really came up with a logical explanation. If I shut my eyes, I can alomost see everything around me and when it is dark, I can still see (not 100%), even without my contacts. I'm somewhat baffled by this.
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"I'm not saying it is aliens, but it's aliens..."
Unless of course your surname is Hitler.
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lol.....I'm no hybred (I don't think). :) To continue on, today it was sunny out. I couldn't even go outside until later when the Sun was going down. On some days, if there is snow on the ground, it is so bright it literally burns my eyes because of the reflection off of the white snow.
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
i have light green eyes, and i feel the same way sometimes. not as extreme as your case though.
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
You should probably go some place north like Iceland or Norway, your eyes developed because of lower levels of sunlight and UV and also to see more colour. You go north and your eyes will work as they should in your natural environment.
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You should probably go some place north like Iceland or Norway, your eyes developed because of lower levels of sunlight and UV and also to see more colour. You go north and your eyes will work as they should in your natural environment.
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Interesting. My mother was born in the UK.
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take cock juice in your ass for that particular problem OP.

it's a natural ocular curative.
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Step in front of a moving train and let me know how it goes.....Please don't share your experiences in this thread. You'll make us all vomit,.........again.
 Quoting: Vulcan4


so do you want me to "let you know how it goes" or not?

your eye problem is affecting your mind.

maybe the cock will fix that too!
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
You should probably go some place north like Iceland or Norway, your eyes developed because of lower levels of sunlight and UV and also to see more colour. You go north and your eyes will work as they should in your natural environment.
 Quoting: DutchNord32


Interesting. My mother was born in the UK.
 Quoting: Vulcan4


Yeah I get the same problem, but my eyes are bright green and I live in the pacific. Every time I go outside I need shades, even when it's cloudy and we get sunburn here so easily. Really wish my Oma hadn't left Holland.
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
I also have bright blue eyes, and feel your pain. I don't think my case is quite as extreme as what you're describing though. However, I do insist on wearing sunglasses anytime that I go outside. Sometimes if I'm sitting by a window, I'm even tempted to wear them inside.

There's a scientific explanation to it. Before people migrated to places other than their native land, everyone in one location had similar features. People with bright blue eyes typically lived in very cold places like Switzerland for instance where the sun would rarely shine. These people also had very light skin because they didn't need much melanin to protect them from suburn.

People in places like Africa typically had darker eyes and skin to protect them from the sun. Their darker sin caused them to absorb the sun rather than burn.

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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
I am the same, hurts to go on the beach on a sunny day.

get some sunglasses

duh
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because you sit in a dark room all day smoking pot?
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Some days my eyes get so bright, people ask me if I'm wearing fake contacts. My eyes are very sensitive to light. I think that is one of the reasons I prefer grey, darker days. At times they become deep blue, but it all depends on my mood or weather. It's actually quite weird. Anyways, why would my eyes be so sensitive in Sun light? I know other people who have green, brown, hazel, and even blue who do not have this problem. I have never met anyone with the type of blue eyes I have, however. They get extremelely bright and piercing. I have done some searches on it, but never really came up with a logical explanation. If I shut my eyes, I can alomost see everything around me and when it is dark, I can still see (not 100%), even without my contacts. I'm somewhat baffled by this.
 Quoting: Vulcan4


The colored part of the eye is called the iris and the darker pigmentation is due to concentrations of melanoma. People with brown eyes have more melanoma in there iris compared to people with blue or even green colored irises.

Originally, people with darker colored eyes were mostly found the central and southern parts of the world, particularly in the tropics, where the days are long and bright. The darker color absorbs light keeping light out of the eyes so as to see better in the bright days.

In northern climes, where days are short and the light low people mostly have lighter colored eyes. The lighter color REFLECTS light into the eyes for better low light vision.
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
Some days my eyes get so bright, people ask me if I'm wearing fake contacts. My eyes are very sensitive to light. I think that is one of the reasons I prefer grey, darker days. At times they become deep blue, but it all depends on my mood or weather. It's actually quite weird. Anyways, why would my eyes be so sensitive in Sun light? I know other people who have green, brown, hazel, and even blue who do not have this problem. I have never met anyone with the type of blue eyes I have, however. They get extremelely bright and piercing. I have done some searches on it, but never really came up with a logical explanation. If I shut my eyes, I can alomost see everything around me and when it is dark, I can still see (not 100%), even without my contacts. I'm somewhat baffled by this.
 Quoting: Vulcan4


The colored part of the eye is called the iris and the darker pigmentation is due to concentrations of melanoma. People with brown eyes have more melanoma in there iris compared to people with blue or even green colored irises.

Originally, people with darker colored eyes were mostly found the central and southern parts of the world, particularly in the tropics, where the days are long and bright. The darker color absorbs light keeping light out of the eyes so as to see better in the bright days.

In northern climes, where days are short and the light low people mostly have lighter colored eyes. The lighter color REFLECTS light into the eyes for better low light vision.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12281369


MELANIN! (not melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer)
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
I also have bright blue eyes, and feel your pain. I don't think my case is quite as extreme as what you're describing though. However, I do insist on wearing sunglasses anytime that I go outside. Sometimes if I'm sitting by a window, I'm even tempted to wear them inside.

There's a scientific explanation to it. Before people migrated to places other than their native land, everyone in one location had similar features. People with bright blue eyes typically lived in very cold places like Switzerland for instance where the sun would rarely shine. These people also had very light skin because they didn't need much melanin to protect them from suburn.

People in places like Africa typically had darker eyes and skin to protect them from the sun. Their darker sin caused them to absorb the sun rather than burn.
 Quoting: Dease


Hey Dease, how ya doin'? :) Yeah, I am fair skinned, just like most British people are. The weird thing is, my dad was born in Serbia, who are mostly darker skinned and can tan. It is hard for me to tan. I wear sunglasses, but they still aren't enough. I also have sensitivity problems during grey weather as well, but not as much. I mean, some days my eyes get so bright they look artificial. People complement me on them, but that doesn't change how sensitive they are.......lol. Yeah, Hitler woulda loved me. Blonde haired, blue eyed, fair skinned male. lol
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
I am the same, hurts to go on the beach on a sunny day.

get some sunglasses

duh
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I have green eyes, in bright light they look yellow. I don't go out without sunglasses because my eyes burn and water. I love being outdoors, though, and have 5 pairs of sunglasses just by the back door.
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I am the same, hurts to go on the beach on a sunny day.

get some sunglasses

duh
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I have green eyes, in bright light they look yellow. I don't go out without sunglasses because my eyes burn and water. I love being outdoors, though, and have 5 pairs of sunglasses just by the back door.
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Oh yeah, "cat eyes" was my nickname as a child and I still can see pretty well in the dark chuckle
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
Some days my eyes get so bright, people ask me if I'm wearing fake contacts. My eyes are very sensitive to light. I think that is one of the reasons I prefer grey, darker days. At times they become deep blue, but it all depends on my mood or weather. It's actually quite weird. Anyways, why would my eyes be so sensitive in Sun light? I know other people who have green, brown, hazel, and even blue who do not have this problem. I have never met anyone with the type of blue eyes I have, however. They get extremelely bright and piercing. I have done some searches on it, but never really came up with a logical explanation. If I shut my eyes, I can alomost see everything around me and when it is dark, I can still see (not 100%), even without my contacts. I'm somewhat baffled by this.
 Quoting: Vulcan4


I am the same, except I don't wear contact or glasses, perfect vision. a 40w lightbulb can be too much, I always wear sunglasses outside or I am squinting. As far as I can remember, I have always been that way, and my eyes are also extremely piercing blue, so much so that many women stare at me and often stop me to tell me how beautiful my eyes are, then giggle and walk away. Even IF my g/f is with me at the time. We both find it funny.
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
Some days my eyes get so bright, people ask me if I'm wearing fake contacts. My eyes are very sensitive to light. I think that is one of the reasons I prefer grey, darker days. At times they become deep blue, but it all depends on my mood or weather. It's actually quite weird. Anyways, why would my eyes be so sensitive in Sun light? I know other people who have green, brown, hazel, and even blue who do not have this problem. I have never met anyone with the type of blue eyes I have, however. They get extremelely bright and piercing. I have done some searches on it, but never really came up with a logical explanation. If I shut my eyes, I can alomost see everything around me and when it is dark, I can still see (not 100%), even without my contacts. I'm somewhat baffled by this.
 Quoting: Vulcan4


The colored part of the eye is called the iris and the darker pigmentation is due to concentrations of melanoma. People with brown eyes have more melanoma in there iris compared to people with blue or even green colored irises.

Originally, people with darker colored eyes were mostly found the central and southern parts of the world, particularly in the tropics, where the days are long and bright. The darker color absorbs light keeping light out of the eyes so as to see better in the bright days.

In northern climes, where days are short and the light low people mostly have lighter colored eyes. The lighter color REFLECTS light into the eyes for better low light vision.
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Very informative Thanks for the info. hf
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I have eyes like yours op and have the same problem, however for fun I like to dip my face in freezing cold water with my eyes open then look at someone to freak them out, you should try it sometime as mine turn a peircing turqouis.
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Look up pterygiums, if you havent had one of these removed yet and you are over 18 shut the fuck up, you dont have sensitive eyes.

Pterygiums form over the eyes to protect them from the sun, i know i have had 2 removed and it is extremely unpleasant, so if you havent had this done you should just shut the fuck up.

You are special, but not supernatural you fucking immature git
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Where did I even hint that I was 'supernatural' you jagoff.......
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OP pull an all night bender, get up and go outside in a public place. Your eyes will have a sparkly, light blue sapphire effect kicking.

Then random dudes comment on it for 10 minutes and you run for a pair of sunglasses.

But the real question OP, is does the sun make you sneeze like a fiend?
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I'm just a stupid American. My eyes are mostly blue. Gray if I'm not relaxed,
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I have very light eyes too, but I don't have trouble in the sun. I do have problems with road glare from lights at night, but I never wear sunglasses I miss the color too much with them. I do have a darker complexion though maybe somehow more acclimated to sunny locations somehow
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
OP pull an all night bender, get up and go outside in a public place. Your eyes will have a sparkly, light blue sapphire effect kicking.

Then random dudes comment on it for 10 minutes and you run for a pair of sunglasses.

But the real question OP, is does the sun make you sneeze like a fiend?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12439924


Not just the Sun, but any bright light. It's weird though, because the better of a mood I'm in, the brighter my eyes get. Sounds jacked-up, I know. I might sneeze from light maybe a few time per day. I actually try to avoid light because of the sensitivity. I keep my curtains closed most of the time, and depending how bright it is, I won't go out until later in the evening. If I shut my eyes, I can actually walk around my room and in the hallway without hitting anything. When it is night time and the lights are all out, I can see things in detail, eyes open of course. So, I am able to get around at night just fine. lol
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Look up pterygiums, if you havent had one of these removed yet and you are over 18 shut the fuck up, you dont have sensitive eyes.

Pterygiums form over the eyes to protect them from the sun, i know i have had 2 removed and it is extremely unpleasant, so if you havent had this done you should just shut the fuck up.

You are special, but not supernatural you fucking immature git
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Where did I even hint that I was 'supernatural' you jagoff.......
 Quoting: Vulcan4


starting a thread about your pale blues eyes means you think you are special, so eat ten dicks you fucking 12 year old.

You have normal blue eyes you fuckhead.
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Egads, dude lighten up its just a casual conversation
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Re: I have very bright blue eyes and they are extremely sensitive to the Sun and light......
I also have bright blue eyes, and feel your pain. I don't think my case is quite as extreme as what you're describing though. However, I do insist on wearing sunglasses anytime that I go outside. Sometimes if I'm sitting by a window, I'm even tempted to wear them inside.

There's a scientific explanation to it. Before people migrated to places other than their native land, everyone in one location had similar features. People with bright blue eyes typically lived in very cold places like Switzerland for instance where the sun would rarely shine. These people also had very light skin because they didn't need much melanin to protect them from suburn.

People in places like Africa typically had darker eyes and skin to protect them from the sun. Their darker sin caused them to absorb the sun rather than burn.
 Quoting: Dease


Hey Dease, how ya doin'? :) Yeah, I am fair skinned, just like most British people are. The weird thing is, my dad was born in Serbia, who are mostly darker skinned and can tan. It is hard for me to tan. I wear sunglasses, but they still aren't enough. I also have sensitivity problems during grey weather as well, but not as much. I mean, some days my eyes get so bright they look artificial. People complement me on them, but that doesn't change how sensitive they are.......lol. Yeah, Hitler woulda loved me. Blonde haired, blue eyed, fair skinned male. lol
 Quoting: Vulcan4


Hey, I'm doing good, thanks. You? I guess you got your mom's genes then. Blonde hair too? Hitler definitely would have loved you. I also get compliments, but I guess that's the cost for pretty blue eyes. :) LOL.
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Look up pterygiums, if you havent had one of these removed yet and you are over 18 shut the fuck up, you dont have sensitive eyes.

Pterygiums form over the eyes to protect them from the sun, i know i have had 2 removed and it is extremely unpleasant, so if you havent had this done you should just shut the fuck up.

You are special, but not supernatural you fucking immature git
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Where did I even hint that I was 'supernatural' you jagoff.......
 Quoting: Vulcan4


starting a thread about your pale blues eyes means you think you are special, so eat ten dicks you fucking 12 year old.

You have normal blue eyes you fuckhead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4409794


I usually don't fire back at trolls like your pathetic ass, but you're just a little jealous bitch. Move on......and walk on home, boy......
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I have lasers shooting from my eyes. I have to ware sunglasses so I don't blind other people.
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Avoid the sun?

Fuck my luck, my eyes are light brown, instead of green like my mother's eyes.





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