Colourblind Clock the perfect excuse for tardiness

I’m slightly colourblind. It doesn’t trouble me all that much, because it’s pretty rare that one is confronted with one of those dot tests with obscured numbers.

But this clock, which takes the form of said dot tests, gives me the perfect excuse to be late for everything… the same way I have the perfect excuse to run red lights (ie. by the age of 26 I should know where the correct lights and numbers sit on the traffic lights or clock).

It’s worth just 35 pounds. A small price to pay.


Joel says:

I share your colour-blind fate. And the only time I ever have a trouble is when someone asks me to read an Ishihara chart. Or, of course, when I have to test one of my patients…they I just have to trust that they are giving me the right answers!