You Sure Did: Woman Got Heart Sequin Implanted In Eye

November 20, 2013


Lucy Luckayanko wanted something to make her feel unique. So what did she do? Remember humans are like snowflakes and no two are exactly alike? No, she dropped $3,000 to get a tiny platinum heart implanted in the optic membrane of one of her eyes. I could have blown glitter in her eyes with a McDonald's straw for way cheaper.

She told Fox5 before the $3,000, one minute-long procedure: 'It's going to be a conversation maker. I will be able to tell people. It will be unique. It will be sort of my unique factor.'

"I will be able to tell people." "It will be sort of my unique factor." "I will be able to tell people." "It will be sort of my unique factor." "I will be able to tell people." "It will be sort of my unique factor." "I will be able to tell people." "It will be sort of my unique factor." :( If you need me I'll be at the bar. Just kidding, I'll be in bed sick but damn I wish I could be at the bar for this.

Keep going for one more shot of Lucy checking out how unique she is in the mirror.


Thanks to LIMEADE (who would feel even better in your eye) and and Steph, who don't even like wearing contacts. Me neither, but I do like being able to see without having to wear glasses (I get in a lot of fights).

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  • Victor

    I'm gonna save up $3,000 so that I can get the procedure myself, so that she won't feel so unique anymore xD it's gonna be one of the greatest toll moves ever.

  • casshan

    Back in 2004 BME covered one of the publishers of the site getting this done. They did much more in depth coverage of the how and why of the procedure.

  • Guest

    she looked all right before, people like that gray greenish eye thing.

  • paperboy

    You'll be super unique until another idiot has three grand to burn.

  • $18889437

    Yeah... this has been done before. The fact that people would indulge her as if this is shocking annoys me. Stupid... yes. Shocking... no.

  • Guest

    The fact she found some sort of eye doctor to do this for her bothers me. That can sort of..erode/eat through into her eye after a while.

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    Nah, that is safe. We do plastic implants in the eye all the time.

  • so, 3000 to blow, and instead of spending it on lingerie to send me sexy texts she gets an eye implant? WTF, i'm so breaking up with you lucy

  • Soylent Green Is People

    "I will be able to tell..."

    Stop right there, chicky. You won't need to tell anyone how fucking retarded you are. They are already going to know.

  • Don't ask questions you don't

    She should've used that $3,000 on her whole face instead

  • ShartInYourJacuzzi

    "I want the world to know I'm a slut but lower back tattoos aren't tacky enough. "

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    She isn't the first person to get an "eye piercing" and surely isn't the last. I don't think there is any part of the visible body that weren't pierced already, if someone wants to be unique I guess they will have to do something like drilling a hole in their forehead and placing a transparent plastic implant so you could see the brain.

  • TheOtakuX

    I dunno, that kinda sounds cool, if you don't mind for friends and family being unwilling to eat around you ever again.

  • Guest

    its called trepanning and was a thing long before eye piercings

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    Trepanning is about making a hole in the skull. I'm talking about putting a transparent visor in the hole permanently.

  • elpolloloco

    Next year, the eye will drop on the floor of her kitchen. And we'll be able to see her eyeball. Which is a billion times more magnificent.

  • sointex

    poor, poor girl.

  • Broseph

    if you're getting anything implanted in your eye it should at least glow in the dark

  • ODwanKenObi

    To do that first you gotta kill a few people and get sent to the slam, where they tell you you'll never see daylight again. Then dig up a doctor and pay him 20 menthol kools to do a surgical shine job on your eyes.

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