Does anyone else here feel really uncomfortable sometimes talking to cross-eyed people? I feel bad, but I can't help but get lost trying to decide which eye to look them in during a conversation. It's really bothersome because I have a cross-eyed associate that I really hate feeling awkward around because it's clearly my insecurity that's the issue. So what do you guys look at when talking to the cross-eyed person? Do you just pick an eye? Can someone tell if you're looking at one eye for a while then switch to the other? How do you handle those interactions? If you are cross-eyed do you hate when people get confused by your cross-eyed face? What's it like being cross-eyed? Do both of your eyes work and give you better lizard vision or something (sorry if lizard vision is offensive)? Can you tell that they aren't straight? How does it affect your depth perception? No offense intended by this. Seriously I'm just too embarrassed to ask a cross-eyed person these questions I've always had. I want to treat my crooked eye folks with the same respect as the lame normies.