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From a woman who lives in the Victorian Era to a man who lives like a dog, meet some really unique people with very unusual lifestyles.
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- The Sydney Morning Herald
- 10 Most Bizarre Lifestyles
- 10 Unusual Lifestyle Choices |
- Why We Only Have Sex When Our Kids Aren't Home
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And the picture it painted was very bleak. Unlike many people, Kyle Kandilian, a university student from Dearborn, Michigan, is not only unafraid of cockroaches, but he lives with tens of thousands of these insects; he estimates that he currently keeps about , in his home. The year-old man collects and breeds cockroaches both for fun and profit. Apparently, this unusual hobby is helping him pay for an education at the Michigan-Dearborn University.
He has a wide range of customers, including people with pets that eat cockroaches and universities who buy the insects for research purposes.
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While he loves his roaches, living with , of them does present its problems, especially for his parents. One morning at about 4 or 5am, Kandilian was awakened by his mother, who took him to the bathroom. His room is filled with stacked-up boxes of cockroach colonies—in all, he has reared about varieties. After almost eight years of raising roaches, he is still awed by all the variety in the species. When mother-of-two Maria Butzki left her husband Paul for another man, she didn't realize how much she'd miss him. At the same time, she couldn't imagine living without her new lover Peter Gruman.
So when the two men struck up an extraordinary friendship, she came up with the perfect solution Now Maria, 33, Paul, 37, their two children, Laura, 16, and Amy, 12, and Peter, 36, live as one big happy family. Maria shares a bedroom with her eldest daughter. Maria claims that the three of them never share a bed. Although she has a sexual relationship with each man, that side is kept very private.
10 Most Bizarre Lifestyles
She also says that there are huge benefits to living together. The children benefit from three adults who are able to help with school work or give them lifts. It also makes sense financially since the bills are split three ways. If you ever need to know who the prime minister was in and you're willing to wait 10 minutes for the answer, Blair McMillan is your man.
He'll take his time carefully thumbing through a volume of his vintage encyclopedia set, which was donated by a bewildered soul who probably wondered why the year-old father of two couldn't just get an Internet connection. The thing is that Blair and his girlfriend Morgan, 27, from Canada are pretending that it's They're doing it because their kids — Trey, 5, and Denton, 2 — wouldn't look up from their parents' iPhones and iPads long enough to kick a ball around the backyard.
That's why their house has banned any technology that is post, the year when the couple was born. They have no computers, no tablets, no smart phones, no fancy coffee machines, no Internet, no cable, and, from the point of view of many tech-dependent folks, no life. They are parenting their kids the same way that they were parented just to see what it's like. They do their banking in person instead of online. They recently traveled across the United States using paper maps and entertaining their screaming kids with coloring books and stickers, passing car after car with TVs embedded in the headrests and content infants seated in the back.
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The only exception to their downgraded lifestyle is their car, which is a Kia minus a GPS. All Lynea Lattanzio wanted was a cat when she was little, but her mother didn't approve. So now she lives alone with hundreds of felines on her acre spread in Parlier, California, where she runs a huge cat sanctuary. She began rescuing the animals after her divorce in , and has saved almost 19, felines.
Why We Only Have Sex When Our Kids Aren't Home
However, she insists that she is not a crazy cat lady. Users can cuddle with the pillow while talking on the phone, and the pillow's internal vibrators generate a simulated heartbeat of the caller based on the voice's tone and volume.
In other words, the soft, "blobular" doll transforms a standard phone conversation into a "cuddling" experience with your phone companion. The gizmo was invented by an Osaka University professor who built off of an earlier remote-controlled doll. A video from the product's launch last year shows users talking into the phone end and cradling their pillows, and new evidence suggests that the pillow might be as satisfying and soul-warming as the video portrays: Earlier this month, a Japanese company took the age-old stereotype of the lonely cat woman and made it a little less lonely with the invention of Nyan Nyan Nouveau, a non-alcoholic feline wine.
Masahito Tsurimi, the chief executive of the company behind the wine, told the Wall Street Journal that it was invented in response to requests from cat-owners - despite the fact that only one in 10 cats were willing to taste it.
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Tsurimi said he saw a bright future in the "specialty pet-drink business" six years ago when he was worried about where future beverage sales would come from with a shrinking, ageing Japanese population. It was probably just a nice bonus when he read about the country's sexual aversion and social awkwardness on top of that. In April of this year, RocketNews 24 reported that a group of engineering students at Tsukuba University created a coat that could hug its wearer and whisper phrases into its ear.
Meant to simulate a girlfriend, motors in the coat operate the "arms" that squeeze the wearer when he puts it on. In a pair of headphones he slips on with the coat, he also hears one of a number of programmed phrases: