Does This South Paris, Maine, Eyecare Place Need a New Sign or Are They Purposely Messing With Us?
From a very early age, our eyes are being tested to check if there are any problems with our vision. Typically, the first real "test" comes in the form of the classic eye chart. Large letters turn to small letters as you make your way down the chart and eventually, you'll found out where your vision stands and whether or not glasses are in your future. So, it stands to reason as we've all gotten much busier in our lives, do doctors have to find more clever ways to deliver eye tests?
Shared on Reddit by StarGarden44, perhaps that is the case with the Pro Vision Center location in South Paris, Maine. Whenever this picture was snapped, the Pro Vision sign clearly had a featured message that some may find difficult to decipher. Is it just a matter of a poorly-constructed sign, or one that needs a little rehabilitation? Perhaps. It also could be sneakiest vision test being administered on a daily basis throughout the Pine Tree State.
Some would argue that the condition of this old school sign proves that it's time for businesses to think about digital signs exclusively. But Pro Vision Center's brilliant use of the old school letter scheme may give people a reason to reconsider. As foolish as this all sounds, ask yourself this: did you stop and take a closer look at the sign to decide which letters were misplaced and what the message was supposed to read? If you did, congratulations. You just passed your vision test.