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You may have heard of RealDolls. They are the most advanced and scarily realistic sex dolls you can get. They're made of special silicone skin, come complete with orifices (the third is extra) and can be custom built depending on what shape, colour and look most gets you going (even down the style of pubic hair).

What you probably haven't seen is the homepage of a man that mends the dolls when owners get a little, er, carried away with their passive partners. This man is Slade and you can find his Web site here.

Slade loves his work and he loves his dolls. Perhaps that's why he has a whole range of snaps with him and his favourites on his site. For those with a strong disposition, you can also witness the surgery that he has undertaken on a number of them.

"This is Krista my first doll. Hers are the first photos on the surgery pics. Fixed jaw hinges and neck bolts. She is a body three with head five. Click on her photo for the index of all of her pics."

For those of you that have never seen the RealDoll, prepare to be slightly disturbed. In the right light, and particularly if you have a hangover, they can be rather appealing (no nagging, no headaches, no costly dinners). Don't be ashamed of yourself. But then do think twice before forking out $6,200 for one (plus, where would you hide it?).

If you do get one though and you take out your Conan the Barbarian fantasies out on it, it'll be Slade that pieces your loved one back together. The only question you'd have though is: would you want a man who take pictures of other people's dolls in the bath looking after your loved one?

And you can't blame her if she cheats on you. ®

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