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I have a theory. When I slept, I had put my arm over my eyes to block out the light. Unfortunately, the weight of my arms over my eyes didn't do my eyeballs any favour. They sort of got squished out of shape. You know how you sometimes sleep on a waffle iron and wake up to get these waffle impressions on your face? Hahhah... okay, so you don't usually sleep on waffle irons but you get the idea. My eyeballs we squeezed out of shape.
As a result, due to my newly, oddly shaped eyeballs, my eye lens casted refracted images on my retina. Everything looked weird. Just imagine a jellyfish swimming about in your eyeballs. That's what it looked like. And it took a bloody half hour before I regained my normal vision. That's twice the time I slept.Mafulat!
Do I have extra-pliant eyeballs or is this a normal occurence?