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Eyeball jewelry
image When I first saw this I thought it had to be a hoax, because it reminded me of the Floral Sculpture Clinic. But this appears to be legitimate. Dutch surgeons have figured out a way to implant small decorative pieces of jewelry in people's eyes. Here's a link to the Clinic where you can get this done.
Categories: Body Manipulation
Posted by Alex on Wed Apr 07, 2004
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this seems to be true, bbc reports
Posted by jana  on  Thu Apr 08, 2004  at  05:59 PM
There IS a real implant procedure (called subdermal implants) somewhat like the "floral sculpture clinic" but its implant grade steel jewlery. I have seen horns on forheads, an ankh implanted into the back of a hand, a row of steel balls up the backs of a mans arms (looks like a spine!)
and many others.
Steve Haworth has pioneered this form of Body Modification/Art, and remains the leader in development.

Posted by heidi banks  on  Mon Apr 12, 2004  at  07:14 PM
Just wait 'til the impressionable 10 year old girls start wanting this done to them...
Posted by Umaro  on  Mon May 03, 2004  at  03:28 PM
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