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Real Life Human Barbie Doll Feels Lonely In Her Life As She Has No Friends

Real Life Human Barbie Doll Feels Lonely In Her Life As She Has No Friends

Her obsession with Barbie has made her want to change her family name to 'Barbie' and dress only in pink. In spite of having a life which she always wanted, she is lonely.

Every young girl loves Barbie dolls and calls them their best friend. They talk to them, they dress them up, they love them to the core because even when these young girls are low and sad, they can talk to their favorite Barbie doll, and never feel alone. However, for Tatiana 'Tanya' Tuzova, who owns a collection of 1,520 Barbie dolls worth £120,000 ($156k), things are pretty different, reportedDaily Mail.



 

 

Her obsession with Barbie has made her want to change her family name to 'Barbie' and dress only in pink. In spite of having a life which she always wanted, she is lonely. The 32-year-old Tanya does not accept that she is obsessed with Barbies, in spite of wanting to have a hundred more of the Barbie figures in her life.



 

 

The only thing she admitted to was she is lonely in her life. The five-times married Russian Barbie said, "I don't have friends. I have no time to be friends. I like being alone, no-one interferes with my thoughts, I like my world. I have a husband, he is my best friend. I work, record songs, do gigs, receive awards, produce clothes for children and grown-up girls, and rent out a photo studio." 



 

 

Tatiana continued, "All of my everyday clothes are pink. I don't get tired of pink, it has lots of shades." She also said that she went through breast enlargement after she gave birth to a son, Zhenya who is now 11. She continued, "I enlarged my breasts. It was awful after pregnancy and I had to have it fixed." Her now husband is a medic, and she said, "He is a doctor and can fix your back."



 

 

She went on to say, "We met at his work and then I conquered him with my karaoke voice. Now he makes me Barbie-style presents - recently it was a pink Mini Cabrio. She pursued her Barbie career after she wanted to become a nursery school teacher, but the salary wasn't enough for her, and she could not live on the monthly salary of  £71 ($92) plus £22 ($28) for also working as a cleaner. 



 

 

She explained, "It was too sad to imagine my beautiful self-cleaning floors. Barbie is [not my job; it is] a lifestyle. When I am insulted on the Internet, I tell people: 'I don't drink or smoke or swear. I instil a healthy lifestyle to children." However, she said that people are not interested in knowing what lies inside her heart as she complained, "They are not interested how many kind and good things I've done. They have to know my age, how many times I was married, what surgeries I had, and the colour of my underwear." She continued, "The most important thing is to have your individuality. Everyone is the same now. But it is hard to copy me. I've been working on my style for many years and invested a lot of money into it."

 



 

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