I've been shopping for new glasses online. Did you know that clearlycontacts.ca has a "virtual mirror" where you can upload a photo of your face and see how most of their frames would look on you? I can't believe they hide this amazingly useful feature under the "glasses" menu - they should have a big giant link to it at the top of the main page!
Interestingly, about 80% of the frames I "tried on" in the Virtual Mirror were so narrow that in order to affix them to my face I'd have to punch the arms through my eyeballs, thus defeating the purpose of wearing glasses in the first place.
The question now becomes: does Clearly Contacts cater largely to leprechauns, or do I have a gigantic freaking pumpkin head?