When I was a teenager, I wanted pointy ears. They would have been a nice complement to my ear gauges and collection of body piercings. I also wanted a split tongue, but the prevailing technique, which involved a tongue piercing, dental floss, and a high pain tolerance, kind of skeeved me out.
Decades later, I'm far less elfin than I would have been if I'd had the courage/bank account to go through with these procedures, but maybe more employable? Anyway, the point is: If you've ever made a bizarre request to a plastic surgeon, I get you. My other point is damn, people are weird. Here are some of the most out-there requests plastic surgeons have fielded from patients who may or may not be grounded in reality.
Science fiction and fantasy can go too far...
"It's not unusual for plastic surgeons to receive 'weird' requests for things. Usually, these requests fall into the realm of things that are technically possible, but not necessarily advisable, if you know what I mean. My favorite request in terms of creativity is this: I received an email about a year ago from a science-fiction fan wanting to know if there was a surgery that would completely remove her belly button so she could look like a clone. After careful consideration, I replied that technically I could do this, but that there would be a scar, which would interfere with the clone look she was going for. I didn't hear any more after my response." -- Dr. David B. Reath