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‘Living Doll’ Says It’s Lonely Being A ‘Real-Life Barbie’

Does this mean life in plastic is not fantastic?

The Barbie doll has been a pop culture icon for kids and adults alike. Some of her fans, however, have gone extreme and are willing to undergo surgeries just to achieve her impossible curve and small face.

Just take Tatiana “Tanya” Tuzova, for example. The 32-year-old owns a collection of 1,520 Barbie dolls worth around £120,000 (approx US$156k), wants to change her family name to “Barbie,” and dresses only in pink. Although she is very committed to what she’s doing, the Russian admitted that being Barbie is, in fact, a very lonely life.

Tanya 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.”

She shared that she met her fifth husband, who she declined to name but said he’s a medical professional, “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.”

Her photos clearly show that Tanya’s ’s entire life revolves around her chosen lifestyle, which may be a little too bizarre for some people.

But even though she has become more susceptible to online bashing, Tanya still knows how to respond and deal with her haters.

The real-life Russian Barbie said:

“When I am insulted on the internet, I tell people, ‘I don’t drink or smoke or swear. I instill a healthy lifestyle for children. They are not interested [in] 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 color of my underwear.”

Tanya became a “full-time Barbie” after she wanted to become a nursery school teacher, but could not live on the monthly salary of $92 plus $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.”


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