The car was so new and so shiny, that we had to buy ten rolls of sandpaper to roughen the surface, as it reflected the sunlight a little too enthusiastically and blinded half the population of neighborhood, within a day after we bought it. It was an amazing car. From the front it looked like a Sedan, from back and SUV, from the left side a small truck and from right side, well, it had no right side. While cleaning it, the morning after we bought it, we overdid our deed till the point when the right side no more left and what was left, was not right, that is, as any wise man would say, wrong. Right after we left the car under the glaring sun, we got a call stating that the local eye hospital was bustling with patients. We classified the call to be fake, for had the eye patients been really eye patients, how did they correctly identify that exact building to be the eye hospital? As much as we knew, maps, or even google maps, for that matter, are not available in braille. Reflecting upon that moment now, we feel quite embarrassed as, we would have been really stupid to consider total blindness to be the only problem of the eye disease spectrum, although our guess was the closest approximation to reality. If you had visited our home before, you would have known about the costly flower vase that we had brought from Antarctica after we bought it, which stood victoriously upon the center table. If you visit our house now, however, you would no longer see it. You might see a part of the broken glass lying submissively, at some obscure location in our home where the broom never sweeps, but you would mover ever, no matter how much you craved for, see the entirety of that vase. You see, it was broken when that call from the eye hospital was finally over. That call, which plays an important role in developing the plot for this story, informed us that it was our gleaming car which had blinded half the neighbors of ours’. We ran out hastily, to witness our new car glowing with glory. We also ran back in immediately, in a desperate attempt to apply water on our eyes, or as we like to put it, irrigate our eyes. Our eyes were the richest shade of red, though we couldn’t see it, we felt it. No other color, has the intensity or sadistic personality, strong enough to describe the knife stab, we felt in our eyes. In one such moment, all of us tripped over and fell, simultaneously, over that costly vase. But when the most delightful sense organ is on fire, a loss of money seems to be unimportant. Your brain doesn’t let go of the fact that your net worth was shrunk by a costly thousand Antarctic dollar vase, but your brain does really good, at keeping the anger, in retrospect to that loss, postponed. But with our eyes closed, we had a tough time determining whether the thing we were clutching was the cap-articulating surface of a bottle of water or the throat of a human, since both were necks. By now we had lost hopes of irrigating our eyes, so we thought visiting the eye hospital would be a good idea. So we got into the glittering car and we started to drive slowly, yet steadily as our eyes were closed. Even if they would have been open, I don’t think we would have been much better off, as the car neither did have windows, nor any windshield. Though the car was optically opaque, it was ‘auditorily trespassable’. So we let the direction of painful shouts direct us from the street, as we progressed viciously. We kept on driving the glimmering vehicle till we had reached a location, with a building which was ‘brobdingnagianly’ loud. Since our car had no doors either, we exited the car from its right side, which was the wrong side as the building was on our left. We confidently crossed the street, completely oblivious of a crossing named after zebras and entered a building which was precisely opposite to the eye clinic, which was a hospital for knee surgery. As we observed the noise of eye hospital grow distant, we thought to ourselves that everybody, must have been blind enough to go into the knee surgery department instead of the eye clinic, because we were overconfident that we were headed towards the right building! But luck was on our side, and two later all of walked out victoriously of the knee department with young, vibrant eyes! We could see again, but what we could see betrayed our sense of reality. We found ourselves standing with our face towards eye clinic on the other side of the road, even though we had not yet exited the building we were in. On further brainstorming, we understood that we had blinded the whole city and the eye doctors had made a mistake similar to us and entered the knee department. Since, the patients we had blinded did not make the same mistake, the eye doctors had no patients since the morning and had instead used the time to treat each other, which is why they could cure our eyes perfectly. The knee doctors however, blinded by us, had entered the eye clinic, which was overflowing with patients and had confidently done knee surgery on their elbows, as they themselves were blind. Luckily, the sun hid behind a cloud, as we stepped out of the knee department, or else we would have been blinded again! So we stepped into the car from the right side, drove it to the nearest store and sold it to them for a hefty sum. However, the fact that we are carless hurt our ego, so ever since we referred to our car ownership status as owning a ‘window which had no cars’, instead of the previous ‘car which had no windows.