I leaned forward to pick up a dust mote from the kitchen floor.
My glasses fell. They are light—they only weigh seven grams. It sounded loud when they landed. That’s because in these cheap-ass glasses the lenses are “spring loaded.” I glued the frame and then gently tried to force the lens back in.
Then I came up with this. The trick was getting the SuperGlue inside the crack, filling it, rather than forming a blob outside, as always happens. As I expected, the tide receded and there was nothing in the crack anymore. Oh, and I didn’t want it to touch the lens.