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onto other news (saw this over at lovelyish):
EYEBALL JEWELRY IMPLANTS OMFGSTFUGTFO.
"Here's how it works. An ophthalmologist anesthetizes your eye, then makes a microscopic incision in the conjunctiva, the eye's transparent outer membrane. The doctor drops a tiny piece of jewelry (called JewelEye) into the incision, and the procedure is over. It takes 10 minutes and costs about $4,000, and you spend the next week feeling as if you have a piece of sand in your eye. When the conjunctiva heals, you can't feel it (even when you rub your eye). "
Um, wow. really? I don't know whether to be shocked or excited...