She can't walk or cook but the dedicated boyfriend managed to get the doll a job as a waitress.
He's just a boy. She's just a doll.
He does bodybuilding. She does... whatever he makes her do.
Yuri Tolochko and Margo first met at a bar, where he became her knight in shining armor by protecting her from a young man who tried to attack her. That was when love began to bloom between them, or at least that is what Yuri says about how they first met.
The bodybuilder from Kazakhstan and his sex robot girlfriend have been together since their fated "meeting" at the bar, and Yuri now plans to marry her, according to Daily Star. He proudly shows off his girlfriend to the world and puts up pictures of their rendezvous on his Instagram account. Margo doesn't miss out on the fun either as she, too, has an Instagram account that flaunts all their escapades.
As Yuri spoke about his girlfriend to Central European News, he said, as quoted by New York Post, "She can’t walk by herself — she needs help"
The man, indeed, had a straight face as he spoke about his girlfriend and he added, "Margo doesn’t know how to cook. [She] loves Georgian cuisine. Her favorite dish is ‘khinkali’ [dumplings]."
Margo also has quite a fiery personality according to Yuri, who added, "She swears — but there is a tender soul inside." The muscleman even managed to get his girlfriend a job as a waitress in a bar.
One would think it's impossible to have arguments while in a relationship with a silicone sex doll but Yuri says otherwise. They do have arguments and the occasional fights but nothing can keep the soon-to-wed couple apart.
With her devoted boyfriend beside her, Margo gained quite a bit of attention on social media and currently has more than 106k followers. But the public attention and online fame came with insecurities for the doll, says Yuri.
"She began to develop a complex," he explained. "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," he added while speaking about the extensive procedure. "At first it was hard to accept, but I got used to it later on. It was at a real clinic with real doctors."
After months of dating, Yuri popped the big question and they started prepping for their wedding. However, the rampant spread of the pandemic forced the couple to postpone their wedding. Margo understandably did not have much to say about this but Yuri announced on social media that they were pushing their wedding.
"Dear friends, our wedding has been postponed due to self-isolation," Malay Mail quoted Yuri saying, according to The Georgia Straight. "As soon as the mandatory quarantine is lifted, we will plan the wedding within a few days. In general, we are determined and our mood is good."
An update that Yuri posted in September on Instagram assured followers that their wedding is still on. "The wedding will take place when the snow falls," he wrote.
We offer our best wishes to the couple who might soon tie the knot.