100 is a perfect pair of glasses with frames, round lenses, an earpiece on the left. You see reality with 100.
99, The left lens is vertical, but the right 9 goes horizontal with the end curling around the ear. The left lens is clear, but the right has a choice of views: polka dots, red tints (emotion), green tints (money), blue tints (happiness). I choose polka dots, big wonking circles of color strolling past.
98. The left lens is vertical, but the right is horizontal again. The 8 goes back and forth across your eye with different takes on reality. Which one is real.
97. The left is standard, but the right has frames only across the top and down the diagonal, making a perfect 7. The ends is near your nose.
96. 9 and 6 are odd since the pair is the same upside down and right side up. They spin, so you can see the prescription of the other eye or the correct prescription, yours to decide which.
95 is for someone whose eye came out and hangs down her face. The frame is at an average height on top, but the lens is in the middle of the cheek, where the eyeball would hang.
94 can slice you. The triangle in the four has very sharp glass that, with a long dagger resting on the cheek at the height of the mouth.
93 is for someone with a third eye, left, center up, and right.
92 is a noose, on the top where your head goes in, it swings upside down, and the bottom line becomes a tree branch.
91. For those with one eye, a monacle with a handle.