You are going to have to wear your glasses all the time.
What's the math homework?
I will give it to you during lunch.
Stop talking about me and my glasses!
I knew it! Kids are already talking about my glasses.
Jack went to the eye doctor and found out that he has to wear glasses all the time, instead of just for reading. He's worried that all the kids in school will make fun of him because of this.
When Jack goes home, he looks in the mirror and stresses about how bad he looks with glasses. He thinks everyone will notice his new glasses and make fun of him.
As Jack is walking down the hall at school, he assumes the girls conversation is about him and his glasses but in actuality, they are just talking about math and don't even notice his glasses until he mentions it.