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“First for everything! Plastic shopping bag temples!” Penny White Mazurski on Opticians on Facebook

“’Can you adjust these at all?’ Ouch.” Ashlee Nicole Ament on Opticians on Facebook

“Customer was tired of his goggles fogging up, so he drilled holes in the lenses. Then asked why he was having trouble seeing.” Calandra Bennett on Opticians on Facebook

“Patient came in today with broken glasses. She knitted a cozy cover around the frames to keep the lenses intact. How cute is that??” Lori Moore-Flynn on Opticians on Facebook

“So a guy walks into a bar … wearing these. The best/worst MacGyver job ever! (Romex cable, duct tape, and one wire temple)” Melodie Annis on Opticians on Facebook

“First time I’ve seen this. Love it.” Michelle Davidson on Opticians on Facebook

Talk about your light temples. The client of Michael Davis, OD, of Opti-Care in Eldersburg, MD used wires to keep his glasses connected to his ears.

“Introducing the mummy frames: A customer’s solution to an allergic reaction to plastic frames that she says melted a little while wearing them driving home (not our frame).” Debbie Helfet‎ from Opticians on Facebook

“My friend just informed me that her mom needs help with her frame. I honestly admire her dedication in finding a twig with those measurements.” ‎ Chelsey Pernesiglio‎ on Opticians on Facebook

“Can anyone top this?  #gauntletthrowndown …” Dave Beecher from Opticians on Facebook

“My friends, I present to you the ink-pen temple. It writes better than the pen I had on my desk.” Rebecca Mellema on Opticians on Facebook

“Patient 3D printed his own frame. I must say, it wasn’t half bad. Nose pads and all. Held together with some zip ties. He mounted his old lenses in it because he wanted to.” Trenton Southard‎ from Opticians on Facebook

“Patient 3D printed his own frame. I must say, it wasn’t half bad. Nose pads and all. Held together with some zip ties. He mounted his old lenses in it because he wanted to.” Trenton Southard‎ from Opticians on Facebook

“Yep… it’s a paint brush handle. I must admit, I’m pretty impressed by his adjustment.” Dena Swanson Nelson from Opticians on Facebook

“I’m all for encouraging your children’s creativity, just don’t expect a warranty if the frame breaks. Yes, that is papier-mâché on the glasses.” Stephanie Morrison from Opticians on Facebook

“Just when you think you’ve seen it all.” From Angela Sanchez Tawater‎ from Opticians on Facebook

“Someone brought this in for me to fix… gotta love the creativity in that temporary fix.” Donald Trumpet from Opticians on Facebook

The Woman With the Plastic Shopping Bag Temples … and 16 More of Your Clients’ Craziest MacGyver-Style Home Repairs