In the words of Britney Spears, “Oops, I did it again."

When it comes to online shopping, I really need to do it only when I’m sober. A couple of weeks ago, I was spending a nice, quiet Friday night watching Disney+ and having a few whiskeys. Probably not the best combo to begin with, but it was comforting to just relax and not do much.

Just about four drinks in, I found myself scrolling on Facebook – which is never a good thing after alcohol consumption. If you’re familiar with those annoying wish.com ads, you know that the product is straight junk. Don’t believe me? Just check out the reviews and comments underneath each product. 

That being said, I should probably practice what I preach since I ended up falling for an ad that piqued my interest.

Before I knew it, there was a package that showed up here at the Fun 107 studio (apparently, I found it wise to send a package from China to my work from a company I had no clue about) and I was dumbfounded, to say the least. 

“What in the world is this?” I said. “I didn’t buy anything.”

That’s what I thought.

As I opened the package, the cover of the product instantly made me say aloud, “Son of (I think you know the rest).: I was duped, tricked, taken advantage of in my drunken state of mind. 

Sitting in front of me was a pair of glasses that served no optical enhancing purpose and had two buttons on each side that lit up the frames. Basically, something you would see at a rave or in a European club. 

Here's what they look like lit up in the dark:

To be quite honest, I’m not sure if I hate them or love them, because I could totally rock them the next time I DJ a wild gig. As far as the price? Don’t even ask, because I couldn’t give you an answer unless I checked my bank account.

There are no regrets in life, just poor decisions. 

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