couldn't believe (one's) eyes

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couldn't believe (one's) eyes

Was totally shocked or surprised. I couldn't believe my eyes when I came home and found the kids playing catch with my vase. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw that my parents had bought me a new car!
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Laura McShane said she couldn't believe her eyes when she was slicing the meat on St Valentine's day.
PIGGYBACK: Carol Hartley couldn't believe her eyes when this seagull landed on the back of another after the pair had a spat over who got pole position.
Emily Henriksson couldn't believe her eyes when she walked into a sporting goods store on the East Coast.
Two peas or not two peas ( that was the question for one North woman who couldn't believe her eyes after a High Street optician made a hilarious spelling mistake.
Orla's mum Maria, 40, said she couldn't believe her eyes when the heartthrob actor approached her to ask for her permission to film her daughter.
A WOMAN waiting at the bus stop in the grounds of George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton couldn't believe her eyes when a car sped past without a driver.
Wee Jessica MacDermid couldn't believe her eyes when she found a wonderland of Hollywood dresses.
When Donna Wills, 51, of West Hazleton, scratched off the MAJOR MOOLA instant game ticket she bought on the 16th of March, she couldn't believe her eyes.
KT TUNSTALL couldn't believe her eyes when she bumped into a "long lost love interest in New York".
The 25-year-old Co Laois woman couldn't believe her eyes as her dreaded flab faded away.
She couldn't believe her eyes when the blacked-out electric window rolled down to reveal none other than Neil Primrose, the drummer from Travis.
LITTLE Rebecca Betts couldn't believe her eyes when one of her gran's chicken laid this eggstraordinary small offering.
STUDENT Beverley Moon couldn't believe her eyes when she got a letter from her bank telling her she owed them pounds 71million.
A YOUNG mum couldn't believe her eyes when workmen carried out window repairs with Scotland's most versatile newspaper - the Daily Record.
Eileen, who is a member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, couldn't believe her eyes when one of them hatched open to reveal a pure white, pink-eyed albino chick.
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