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  • Look her in the eye when you talk to her. [waving hand in face] HELLO!!! My eye is up here! [points at eye]
  • Forgo the old fork-to-the-eye maneuver... She might be offended...
  • Ok ...Don't ask her about the missing eye . Save it for later ;)
  • having only one eye does not make different in any way. So talk to her as to any other person. She is a complete person in all senses.
  • If it's in the middle of her forehead, call off the date. And I wouldn't make any blind date remarks, either.
  • Okay Payton i am actually taking you seriously on this one. Well please don't stare at her eye that she is blind in (Don't forget she can see you through the other eye) and just have a decent conversation. At least try to sound joyous with an upbeat attitude because she will probably have a wonderful night with you
  • Yes, Either overlook the missing eye or move on. Do not make the girl feel bad over it. Do not stare at it when looking at her face, look at the entire face. Do not judge her on it.
  • Don't tell the joke about, "I'll keep an eye out for you"
  • You have me thinking it's in the middle of the forehead. If it is don't ask her if she wears a glass. :):):)
  • Ask her if she can sing while going down on you? ......Too far? =P
  • Just be normal, she probably is a normal person too. If you psyche yourself out over it, you will be looking at her all funny, just relax.
  • Just be your normal self mate dont treat her any differently to what you would anyone else, just because she only has one eye. Good luck anyway hope it goes well for you
  • No tips, but reminded me of a song.... I got a gal with just one eye No depth or feel, but sweet as pie. And I just don't care-eo If her vision isn't stereo. To me she'll always be the tops, My sweet little cy-ca-lops. She's the one-eye, one-eye, one-eye, She's the one-eye one I love....
  • Avoid Facials...she could freak out...also those 3D Movies....I would give them a miss.....
  • Treat her with the same respect I hope you give everyone you date. Let her tell you if there is anything special she requires. Have a good time!!
  • Steer clear of performing circus acts. Depth perception may be off! Otherwise, have a great time and try not to stare at her glass eye.
  • I wouldn't let her drive.
  • Several things. Don't laugh at her eyepatch or call her "long Jane Silver". Don't lift up her skirt to see if she has a "peg leg", don't keep shouting "ARRRRRRrrrrr!" in her ear. If she has a glass eye then don't talk about your desire to play marbles with it. Refrain from talking about Marty Feldman movies. Don't offer to buy her a pair of "Monoculers". Keep to her good side so she can see you - unless your ugly than stay to her blind side. Refrain from arguments where the conversation could lead to sayings like - "an eye for an eye - and a tooth for a tooth". Ask her if the mens shirts business is going well, ( a joke for the over 40 crowd - Arrow shirts remember? ). See if she was a Tarrington smoker at one time..( another old fart joke ). Don't ask her how much she saves on her perscription eyeware. ................................................... OK, bad japes aside - just treet her as you would anybody else - lots of people have only one eye - or leg - or arm - and handicaps are better left unmentioned in polite conversation. Have fun!
  • Yea, stay where she can see you lol, sorry I hope that wasn't to harsh, I'm just pokin fun, anywho, if she is self-concious about the fact thtat she has only one eye then don't make a deal about it, but if your interested like you want to ask questions about it be very gentle and ask if it's ok to bring that subject up, if she's not then just go out with her like you would with anyone else.
  • Well, as long as her eye is not in the middle of her forehead, I would just downplay the whole thing.
  • Just act like she has two eyes. She is probably used to people being uncomfortable about it but try really hard to act natural. I had a boss once that had a wandering eye and the harder I tried not to look at it the more I found myself staring.
  • I say be sensitive to it, but dont try to make it such a big issue. Maybe joke about it a little to make her feel normal. Maybe something like "hey, were you winking at that guy?" lol I know people dont want to joke about disabilities, but not in a cruel way, just laughing with them so they feel like a regular person, which they are. Treating people "special" often makes them feel like they are different. My little brother has a disability and we all joke with him and he jokes about it himself. but of course, it depends on how she reacts because maybe she isnt that open about it. either way, just be natural.
  • Doncha make her brown eye......doncha make her brown eye ......doncha make her brown eye ..baloohooooooooo
  • Leave your sympathy for her at home. She already knows her boundaries. If she asks for help, then give it. Respect is the name of the game here.
  • Don't say I see or anything like that
  • eye understand your question and eye think you shouldn't mention her one eye thats missing. talk about her good eye instead " I see you have one good eye, niiiiiiiice!".
  • Stay on her good side!
  • Hey! Did you see that cyclops movie the other night? it was in 3D! That might go over REAL good.. try it..works every time for me!
  • Never think of insulting her on the issue of one eye!

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