Huff PoIf there’s a real-life Barbie doll and a human Ken doll, there can be only one destiny — sweet, sweet plastic romance. That’s not happening, however, says Justin Jedlica, whose body is pumped with so much silicone that he’s being called as plastic as Mattel’s No. 1 boy toy Ken. In an exclusive interview with HuffPost Weird News, Jedlica was quick to bat down any notion that the self-proclaimed human Barbie doll, Valeria Lukyanova, is the real deal. ”I do find her beautiful,” he said in an email. “[But] it appears to me that much of her look is added makeup, fake hair and ‘slimming’ corsets … Drag queens have put on the same illusions with makeup and costumes for years.” Jedlica, of New York City, is certainly the real deal in terms of body modification. He’s had around 90 surgeries to get the “muscular” body and chiseled face he has today. He’s been injected with silicone all over his body, has had several nose jobs, and plans to continue his work. So far it has cost him about $100,000.

Hey bro I read The Game too. I watched the Pick Up Artist. I know how to neg. “Hey is that your natural hair color? No? Oh. It still looks good though.” Classic. As timeless as running around on the playground as a kid bullying the girl you liked. Hitting each other and pinching each other and being mean to each other because you secretly wanted to go behind the jungle gym and play a game of “Show Me Yours And I’ll Show You Mine.” Real Life Ken Doll calls her a drag queen while casually dropping that he finds her beautiful. Neil Strauss and Mystery would be proud. I give it a few weeks before these two are rubbing their genitalia-less Mattel crotches against each other. Plastic scissoring each other into a state of euphoria.