A distressed woman rushes to see her doctor, her face reflecting a mix of worry and exhaustion. She bursts out, “Doctor, please take a thorough look at me. Something is terribly wrong. This morning, as I peered into the mirror, my hair was a chaotic tangle, my skin appeared wrinkled and pallid, my eyes were bloodshot and unnaturally bulging,
and an overall ghastly and lifeless look haunted my face! What on earth is happening to me, Doctor?”
The doctor, maintaining his calm demeanor, attentively examines her for a few prolonged minutes, considering her symptoms. Finally, he leans back and delivers his diagnosis,
“Well, my dear, I can confidently tell you that there ain’t nothing wrong with your eyesight.”
With this lighthearted response, the doctor subtly assures her that her vision is perfectly fine, implying that the perceived issues with her appearance are not attributed to any visual impairment.