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Specsavers

Should have gone to Specsavers, has become a well known phrase in the UK.  It usually means you're wearing glasses that don't suit you, or someone might say it if you trip up or fall over something, to indicate you probably can't see very well.

Click on the link below to watch the ad and then click "Read More" for the transcript.

Watch it here:-

Should Have Gone to Specsavers

Old Woman: That's better.  It's so crowded.
Old Man: Noisy too.  Got a cheese one?
Old Woman: It's nice to take the weight off your feet.

Lots of screaming as the rollercoaster takes off.

Old Man: What sort of cheese was that?

!Note - Specsavers are a high street opticians, selling spectacles (glasses), contact lenses and hearing aids.