• According to my parents' logic:
Our eyes when we look at our phone for more than 5 minutes
Our eyes when we watch TV for 5 hours
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    • Yes, my eyes also crash a German super bomber into the arctic and freeze for a couple decades when I look at my phone
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      Foundry 3 sep
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    • It’s because your phones emit blue light, tv’s don’t. But yeah looking at a tv screen for 5 hours is bad like take a break
      WiIliam 3 sep
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    • Phone small and kinda far, Tv big and far
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    • Daily toes for the bros on my page.
      Yachiru 3 sep
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    • its probably cause of how close to your eyes the phone is compared to the tv
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      Cloncoco 6 sep
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    • "I heard online that using phones kills your brain cells" - Mom
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    • I pointed this out to my grandpa and he just said I'm older so it doesn't affect me i immediately called him out
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    • What
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    • What
      daadd 3 sep
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    • It's the distance that influences sight loss , 6inches vs 6ft is tremendously different
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    • Five hours? It's amateur hour
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    • Homie really just passing out for decades at a time huh
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      luhFella 3 sep
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    • Reading a book has the same effect as looking at your phone. You will have eye strain from focusing on the same distance for a long period of time and if you are young can develop nearsightedness
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    • Cozy1 3 sep
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    • We do hold phones a lot closer to our eyes.
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    • Does anyone have the video of Patrick star walking around in a suit with sunglasses and goes I like your cut g then smacks a person
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    • That's true though.
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    • Remember boys, facebook isn't a computer screen so spending 7 hours a day on it isn't nearly as dangerous as spending 25 minutes on a smart phone
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    • Because of the blue light
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    • I wish my parents would’ve stuck with that logic. They used to only allow me to play like 30 minutes a day after homework(usually). After I turned 13 and got an xbox360 I started going blind. Went from 20/20 to like no joke 11/20. I’m now 19 and wear glasses lol
      Paquito 5 sep
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    • Wait... parents don't say that watching tv will ruin your eyesight anymore?
      gorbla 5 sep
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    • dude my parents use their phones WAY more than me. we have like a weekly family movie night to keep close and shit but every time i look over they are both on their phones and not paying attention to the movie. it’s especially annoying when i showed them my favorite movie just for them to not watch
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    • When youre a gamer and have trained yourself to only blink when theres nothing going on. I can stare for a solid minute and a half bc im a pc gamer
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    • I just blink every few minutes to keep my eyes from drying out causing it to lose eye sight
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    • Same
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    • But looking at a phone is worse then tv cause it’s closer tv is far enough away it doesn’t tire out your eyes at all
      Karthull 4 sep
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    • We're gonna be giving shit to kids who wear VR glasses 75% of the day
      The_ooF 4 sep
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    • Yeah so captain America gets stuck in ice and theyre all like fuck it then 100 years later theyre just like lmao what if
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    • Well, your parent's parents probably told them that TV was bad for their eyes back in the day. It's a cycle, I guess.
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    • What?
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    • your parents just don't get it do they? cellphones are good. reeeeeeeee
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    • Our eyes freeze?
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    • There is some truth. It strains eyes more to focus on something closer than farther away
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    • My school cut some of our online classes down to just 35 minutes a day because studies show kids aren't supposed to be looking at screens for more than 8 hours lol
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    • When parents say “Playing that much ain’t good for you” when gaming is actually more engaging and fun than just watching tv
      JoserMac 4 sep
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    • I'd get yelled at for being close to the TV but my eyesight is terrible so I cant see from afar
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    • I put on the blue eye filter, now blue light is fucking nauseating to me
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    • Okay now sit eight inches away from the tv
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    • Grounded?
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    • Wtf
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    • I'm bringing shame to my family but... first
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