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fear goggles

fear goggles
 n.pl.— «While their “beer goggles” make other people look more attractive, the fear goggles through which we view reports from Faliraki make everything seem far more ugly and threatening than in real life.» —“Go out and enjoy life, we are not experiencing the Decline and Faliraki of civilisation” by Mick Hume Times (London, England) Aug. 25, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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