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How to get your eyesight back, the blind date contestants explain



By the time you’re ready to enter your blind date with your date, the contestants are all there, all ready to talk about how their eyesight is a big deal to them.

You know, the whole blind date thing, right?

They’re all looking to impress, all wanting to impress.

But then it hits them that you have a disability, or are just really good at the things they’re doing.

You’re not just a regular person, you’re a superhero, right, they say.

You need a special gift, a special glasses, a secret recipe.

You don’t have to be blind.

You can be disabled, but the real challenge is having someone who can see you and be a part of your life, they tell the contestants.

This blind date contest, held by the National Federation of the Blind, brings together blind people from all walks of life to have their blind date stories told to one another, and in the process, makes us feel more connected to oneanother, the show says.

“The idea of blind dating is to bring people together, and you can’t have blind dating if there’s no community,” the show’s co-creator and executive producer, Nicole O’Neil, said.

“It’s the perfect thing for us to do for the blind community, and also for the people who have disabilities and have special gifts.”

So how do blind people get their dates?

The first thing you need to know about blind dating, is that it’s a big, big deal.

There’s a lot of pressure to be on time, and everyone has different schedules, and it’s not like we’re going out to dinner and having drinks together, O’Neill said.

“We don’t want to be in a social situation where people are just walking around the block.”

So, they need to figure out ways to get their date done.

They need to find a way to make it work.

And so it starts with the blind.

The show follows six blind and hearing-impaired contestants as they have their dates on blind date, and then they go through the process of getting a date together, getting to know one another.

There are two different blind dates in this show, one that’s for blind people, and one for hearing-deaf people.

Each one has its own unique challenges, like what to wear and what to bring to the date, said O’Neal.

Each blind date has its pros and cons.

For example, for the hearing-disabled blind date they are told not to wear eye contact and that they should wear earphones.

For the blind, they have to choose between wearing glasses or hearing aids, because both can be difficult to get on with, said the show.

If you can help out with the Blind Dating Challenge, the National Blind Dating Association, which also runs the Blind Date Challenge, says that they’d love to have your stories to share.

So, here’s the blind and deaf blind dating contestants in their own words:The blind blind date: Nicole OganaThe blind date Nicole OakesI’m not blind.

I have no visual impairment whatsoever.

I’m hearing-Deaf.

I’ve been blind since birth, but I can’t say that I’m completely blind, she told USA Today.

I can tell if you’re looking at me with an open mouth or a closed mouth, she said.

I get it.

But, that doesn’t mean that I can give you all the answers.

I just want you to know that I understand that you can have a blind date without glasses, she added.

So what do you need?

Oakes told USA TODAY that she and Oakes have a few tips for finding a date that works for you: “I just tell them I can be blind, I can read, and I can make it sound like a challenge.

I am not an actress.

I know how to make a good date.

But when it comes to blind dating and blind dating for people with disabilities, it’s important to do what you can to make the date work for both parties.”

Oakes said she has a few glasses that she’s worn to the blind dates, including an expensive pair of eyeglasses.

But she doesn’t need glasses to tell her date, she just needs to know how she looks with them, she explained.

Oakes says she also wears a special “blind date” ring to make her look less intimidating and confident.

I don’t need to tell them that I am deaf, she joked.

They have to just listen.

The blind dating challenge: Nicole MartinThe blind and the deaf contestants: Natalie MartinI am deaf and blind.

But I am also a big fan of the blind dating show.

So I have to say, it is the most amazing thing that I have ever been through in my life, she revealed.

I know what you’re thinking: This is amazing. And I

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