Discussion in 'Random Chat' started by MKH, Mar 25, 2011.
Thanks for sharing?
I hope your sarcastic reply didn't come just after reading the title of the image.
No, I read the entire thing. I'm just trying to figure out your motive for sharing this sad story . I hope it's fake (my guess is that it is).
Oh, there's no real motive - it's just one of those things I came across and was like "...someone else needs to see this". It's awful if it's real, and ingenuously awful if it's fake. A friend of mine had it posted on his Facebook, thinking it was another funny internet meme or something - then he read it and shared it anyway.
I've read sadder.
I doubt that this is real, as far as I know you cannot transplant an eye.
On the other hand you can get a cornea transplant.
If this article is talking about an entire eye, the no it's not real.
Or it could be but my instincts are saying it's not.
looks like it's from one of those really, really bad tabloid papers at the supermarket. y'know the ones.
The National Enquirer is top notch.
GTFO. This is so fake.
Lol. I just read the article now. So fake. Eye transplants will never ever be possible.
MKH you gotta be stronger than that my dude. World has more (real) sad shit to offer
How do you spell the word "fake"?
It says Mother's Day Advertising Feature in the upper left corner. My guess is it's fake.
What RayWilliamJohnson said.
The sentiment of it is sad but I'm probably saying that because I can kind of relate to it on a personal level. The way it's written in places makes it seem like a lot like a lazy attempt at a joke though.
Fake or not, it's a mindfuck.
This music video is relevant. Although now that I say that, I'm pretty sure you all know what it'll be about. But still.
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