They take out their glasses so they can read what the sausage contains.
He took out his glasses and examined the note carefully.
He thought about the time, took out his glasses, and looked at his chronometer again.
The print was tiny and Banks had to take out his reading glasses.
I took out my glasses and searched the plain.
I took out my dark glasses and put them on.
Then, with a nervous glance around, she took out her wire-rimmed glasses and put them on.
Longstreet took out his glasses, rode that way, out into the open, looked.
Carefully she took out her glasses and slipped them on as the papers were passed down to her.
Landries squinted, looked closer, took out his glasses, and looked again.