I have a cousin who has one brown eye and one blue.

@Erratic (724)
Australia
June 3, 2008 2:35am CST
How weird is that? People stare at him all the time, they can't help but look him in the eyes. I have no idea how that happens. Do you know anyone like that?
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@putotot (79)
• Philippines
3 Jun 08
I've never seen anyone with two different eye colors before. He must get a lot of attention. I think the closest thing i've seen with eyes like your cousin's is from a stray cat in our neighborhood, hehe... it has one green and one blue eye. It must be cool to have something unique in your body like that.
@Erratic (724)
• Australia
3 Jun 08
Hey. That's right. I have seen it in cats and dogs from time to time.
@subha12 (18453)
• India
3 Jun 08
it is raelly weird. its really so taht bith eyes are distinctly different? i have never heard so,
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@Erratic (724)
• Australia
3 Jun 08
There is a little bit of brown in the blue one, or possible the other way around.
• Philippines
3 Jun 08
Hi there! your cousin got gorgeous eyes! =) I believe Kate Bosworth got that kind of eyes as well as the lead singer of the fall out boys, Patrick Stump. In the movie City of Angels, one of the most distinguishing characteristic of Nicholas Cage as the fallen angel is his one blue-one green eyes.. and I say they are breath taking (as far as Cage's eyes in that movie is concern =) The uncommon condition is called Heterochromia. Do not see it as an abnormality or some sort of weirdness but rather a gift - an asset that could catch million of girls in a wink of an eye! =)
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@Erratic (724)
• Australia
3 Jun 08
This discussion has really amazed me. While the thing is rare on a global scale there are quite a lot seem to have it.
• United States
3 Jun 08
its called Heterochromia (also known as a heterochromia iridis or heterochromia iridium) its pretty neat i think! i would love to have 2 different colored eyes lol! it can be genetically inherited or due to mosaicism, or acquired by disease or injury. its obviously not common but it does occur. in fact there are a fair number of famous ppl that have heterochromia...Dan Aykroyd, Carly Simon, Mila Kunis, Jane Seymor, Christopher Walken, baseball pitcher Max Scherzer..to name a few. here is a link to the wiki entry on this..where i found all this info and has LOTS more about it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heterochromia
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@Erratic (724)
• Australia
3 Jun 08
Wow! All you wanted to know about Heterochromia but were afraid to ask. Thanks for the link. Very interesting.
@pokesam94 (131)
• Australia
3 Jun 08
thats quite common in my family, my mum has it and my great aunt has it
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