Thursday, October 11, 2007

Can Your Hear Me Now?



Artist Implants 'Third Ear' On His Own Arm

The Cypriot-born eccentric Stelios Arcadious spent 10 years searching for a surgeon willing to create the ear in a lab from cells and then implant it onto his skin.

Arcadious is now hard at work looking for a surgeon willing to implant a functioning brain into his numbskull.

14 comments:

Shover Robot said...

Wow now thats really bizarre!

cube said...

Really. I just don't understand some people's extreme need for attention.

cube said...

You know, he kind of reminds me of a younger version of Frank Romano of "Everybody Loves Raymond", don't you think?

I know what Frank would say about an artist transplanting an ear onto his arm... Holy Crap!!!!

birdwoman said...

hot dog, you stole my line. He reminds me totally of that dude. But what a weirdo.

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Kellyn said...

I think I love that song.

Wally Banners said...

lmao thats same title I have on my blog. great minds think alike :)

nanc said...

gives entire new meaning to "can you hear me now?"

wonder whose ear was cut off to spite the side of their head?

nanc said...

talk to the arm!

WomanHonorThyself said...

willing to implant a functioning brain into his numbskull...bwhahaha!..Have a great weekend!:)

Kathy said...

It takes all kinds eh?
But what a waste of time, money and skill!
Certainly could have been used for more useful and meaningful purposes!

Brooke said...

That is totally freakish!

Can you imagine if he's ever incoherent and can't explain to an ER doc why he has an ear on his arm?

Jen said...

Ok, that's just nasty. Although I guess I can think of organs I'd like to see EVEN LESS on someone's arm.

Ms Behavin' said...

lol! still laughing at that last line! what a riot!

MCF said...

I think a mouth or eyes would be creepier(anyone see Pan's Labyrinth?), but part of me thinks that's kind of cool; it's like he did Photoshop in real life and turned himself into a Dali painting.

And I totally thought it was the late, great Peter Boyle as well when I first scrolled to it.