Picture a little bespectacled married couple in the front courtyard of a Palladian villa holding a piece of cardboard. The husband is also holding a piece of paper with a round hole in it. The wife is looking at a disc of sunlight on the cardboard. It looks like a tiny sun cookie with a dragon-bite taken out of the bottom. The husband is looking at the sun.
Wife: Stop looking at the sun!
Husband: It's not dangerous. There's a cloud over it. Look!
Wife: Stop looking! You'll go blind! I'll have to lead you to work in the morning!
Husband: Look! Look! Wow!
Wife: Stop telling me to look! I'll go blind!
Husband: You won't go blind! There's a big dark cloud over---Wow....
Wife (looks): Wow.....! ....And now I can't see. Ahh! Ahh! The spots, the spots!
Husband: Oh shoosh.
Wife (takes off glasses): My glasses are dirty. But still, you're not supposed to look at the sun.
Husband: I'm really glad I saw this on telly last night, so I knew how to make this [pin-hole eclipse viewer].
Wife: Then look at it and not at the...Stop looking at the sun! STOP IT! STOP IT!
Husband: I'm looking at you, darling. Oh, look at it now !
UPDATE: If you are reading this in Europe before GMT 10 AM, don't look at the sun. Watch the eclipse over television/internet instead.
UPDATE 2: It did noticeably get colder although I am not sure the dragon had anything to do with that.