I first came across Thailand insurance commercials when I was in the library. Seeing that they average about a minute, I innocently believed that they wouldn’t make materialistic and cynical old me cry and ignored all the Youtube comments. Oh Oh how very WRONG I was.
My image was completely destroyed that day. People on the computers next to me literally ran away since my eyes looked like they were evaporating and my nose was dripping like a broken tap.
So to avoid public humiliation like mine, prepare tissues before you start viewing. You have been forewarned!
If any of your eyeballs happen to flood out from it’s socket, first aid recommends you to keep the eyeball moist with either eye drops, contact lens solution or tap water. Next, CONTACT AN AMBULANCE! If you happen to live in a remote or rural area that cannot reach help within one hour, this is how you can replace your eyeball yourself:
“grip the skin of the upper and lower eyelids and pull forward. Lube the eyeball with petroleum jelly — be generous. As you pull the eyelids forward, the eye may just slide back into place. If it doesn’t snap right back into place, you’ll need an extra pair of CLEAN hands to gently push the eyeball in.”
However, I got this from a pet care blog … so i don’t know how reliable the information is. Good thing is that if you’re reading this, then the chances that your eyes are still intact is quite high!
So did you cry? Let us know below. If you are one of the rare human species that lack tear ducts … well then, you’re forgiven. Everyone else … you are heartless.