Tired of being single, this Brazilian married, and claims to have had a child with her human-sized ragdoll, Marcelo
Meirivone Rocha Moraes
Brazil-based Meirivone Rocha Moraes, 37, met the love of her life after complaining to her mother that she was single and had no one to dance with. In response, his mother created “Marcelo”, a rag doll. Moraes fell in love with the doll and soon found herself “pregnant”. Not wanting to have children out of wedlock, the couple decided to marry in a ceremony attended by 250 people.
After becoming “pregnant”, Moraes, 37, married her ragdoll husband because she did not want to have children out of wedlock. Pictures/Instagram
After gaining eight kilos during her “pregnancy”, Moraes “delivered” in just 35 minutes at home, with a doctor and nurse on hand, while broadcasting the event live to an audience of 200 people. Moraes said: “It’s true, Marcelo got me pregnant. He didn’t take care of himself and didn’t use a condom. He got me pregnant. I took the test, it was positive. I couldn’t believe it. Although it was physically impossible, she claims it was like a real birth, “Seeing the placenta, the umbilical cord and the blood made it all feel real.”
Speaking of her husband, Moraes said: “He’s a man I’ve always wanted in my life. Married life with him is wonderful. He doesn’t fight with me, he doesn’t argue and he just understands me. Marcelo is a wonderful and faithful husband. He is such a man and all women envy him. The only downside of the relationship, she says, is that he is very lazy. “He doesn’t work at all. But I am a warrior and I carry on for us.
Asked about people’s reactions to her relationship, Moraes says, “It really bothers me when people say it’s fake. It makes me so angry. I am a woman of character. My father, my mother taught me to be honest, to be a good person and not to take advantage of anything.
Invoice after breakup
A Japanese man gave his ex-girlfriend a bill for all the expenses he incurred during their relationship
A man from Shanghai recently went viral in his home country after he demanded compensation from his ex-girlfriend for all expenses incurred while dating. The unusual list includes hundreds of line items, with dates and times, as well as specific expense descriptions for clarity.
The list included trivial expenses like “two bottles of water,” as well as more substantial expenses, like caring for the ex’s sick mother. ..
In total, the man claimed that he spent more than 72,000 yuan (Rs 8.41,700) during the time they dated, of which 60,147 yuan (Rs 7.03,000) is expected to be compensated by her . It is unclear whether the man’s ex-girlfriend has agreed to pay him back anything.
A man tattoos his mother’s bite on his leg
American Cinco Magallanes shared a video on TikTok where he can be seen being bitten by his mother, before a tattoo artist put ink on the bite to make it permanent. Cinco is thrilled and his mother shed tears of emotion upon seeing the results. The post has since garnered over 7.2 million views on TikTok. Cinco joked, “The bite hurts more than the tattoo.”
Thank your parents for your orgasms
The ability to have earth-shattering orgasms is partly genetic, British researchers have found, meaning the ability to achieve orgasm lies with your parents, as well as your partner. The study found that genetic factors played a significant role, accounting for up to 60% of a woman’s ability to hit the big O.
Two thumbs up
Allie Rae, 38, NICU nurse and TikTok star, has made thousands of dollars selling photos and videos of her bent fingers.
“In the last 30 days, I made $13,000 (Rs 10.17,000) with pictures of my thumbs, on a steering wheel, driving, holding things etc,” she said.
Rae has received some crazy requests from fans, including a man who allegedly offered him $20,000 (Rs 15.65,000) for his teeth. She gave her request two thumbs down.
wall of bees
An Omaha couple had about 6,000 bees removed from their century-old home. The couple discovered them after noticing bees flying outside their kitchen window and found around 30 of them in their bedroom. The couple contacted the Omaha Bee Club who charged $600 (47,000 rupees) to move the bees.
NASA wants to collect its moon dust
NASA asked Boston-based RR Auction to stop selling 40mg of moondust collected during the Apollo 11 mission and three cockroach carcasses that had been fed moondust in an experiment to see if it contained some sort of threatening pathogen. to life on earth.
The woman who keeps giving birth
A 44-year-old mother has been warned she could suffer serious health problems if she stops giving birth. Mariem Nabatanzi, 40, gave birth to 44 children and was told that no method of family planning could work. Doctors say she suffers from a condition called hyperovulation, but treatment is hard to come by in rural Uganda.