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This Bodybuilder-Actor Is Engaged To His Sex Doll: "She Can't Cook But Loves Georgian Food"

This Bodybuilder-Actor Is Engaged To His Sex Doll: "She Can't Cook But Loves Georgian Food"

She was apparently being mistreated by a young man, but Tolochko managed to save the doll.

Image Source: Instagram/yurii_tolochko

A bodybuilder from Kazakhstan has met the love of this life: a sex doll. While as bizarre as this may sound, it's true love for Yuri Tolochko, who is all set to wed with the doll named Margo. Tolochko, who is also an actor, first met Margo at a bar. She was apparently being mistreated by a young man, but Tolochko managed to save the doll, he claims. They have been inseparable ever since then, and after dating for eight months, Tolochko decided to make things official by popping the question. 



 

 

 



 

In December, the bodybuilder shared that his bride-to-be was struggling with self-esteem issues. The silicon doll apparently began developing a complex following her media appearances, and so Yuri decided to enhance her appearance via plastic surgery. "When I presented her photo to the world, there was a lot of criticism and she began to develop a complex so we decided to have plastic surgery. She has changed a lot. At first, it was hard to accept but I got used to it later on. It was at a real clinic with real doctors," he said, according to The Daily Star.



 

Tolochko, who claims to be in love with Margo, treats his fiancé like a living lady. He also maintains an Instagram account on her behalf and documents their evening outings and getaways on it, including his own handle. He shares tons of photos of the two at restaurants, at the bar, outdoors, and even snuggled up in bed. The unique couple was even invited to a Russian TV show Comedy Club and while it may say "comedy", it's anything but. People take their relationship pretty seriously.  You'll find it out at the right time! shared Tolochko with backstage images of their television appearance. He feels that it's time to get serious with his partner, and despite having occasional arguments, he still wants to marry the doll. 



 

Tolochko treats his silicone sex doll as a real human and has even found a job for Margo; she works as a waiter at a local bar, reports the New York Post. However, he admits that his plastic beau does have physical limitations. "She can’t walk by herself — she needs help," he told Central European News with a straight face. Naturally, she's not very helpful in the kitchen as well. "Margo doesn’t know how to cook," said Tolochko, but claims she does know how to eat. "[She] loves Georgian cuisine. Her favorite dish is ‘khinkali’ [dumplings]," he continued. Apparently, the doll also has an allegedly sassy streak. "She swears — but there is a tender soul inside." And despite their quarrels, Tolochko said they love each other deeply. 

 



 

Currently, the two "love birds" are vacationing and shopping in Thailand, as per Tolochko's Instagram page. In one of his recent videos, the two were seen enjoying a couple's massage session and it was captioned: Have you had such a massage? Although the location is not specified, it seems to have been shot in Thailand. In yet another Instagram post, where Tolochko and Margo are lazing in his bedroom, he commented on the reports about the spiking divorce rates in China amid quarantine. The post caption written in Russian roughly translated to They say that in China during the quarantine period the number of divorces increased by 40%. People sitting at home talked))). Seems like someone is enjoying their lockdown with their partner. It's been only a few months since Tolochko has been engaged to the doll but the wedding date is yet to be finalized. 



 

 

When people on Twitter learned about this unique love story, they sure had a few things to say.  Alexia Jewel wrote: I feel sorry for these men because they are clearly incapable of having an intimate relationship with an actual human being. They really need to go see a psychologist. There were some who suspected that this was a fake story woven as a part of an influencer marketer strategery. Others noted that the man needed psychological help.  However, there was one user who sympathized with the man's condition and shared: Agalmatophilia, it's a real thing. And whilst i don't understand it, i do acknowledge and respect that it is real for them.



 

 


 
 

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