This is DEFINITELY an obsession and it is ABSOLUTELY crazy.
On the newest episode of My Crazy Obsession, Florida resident Robyn Amato AND her 3,000 Raggedy Ann dolls are the stars.
Yes, 3,000 smiley red-headed toys.
The addiction — which didn't start until her 40s — also includes Ann memorabilia, tea parties for her stuffed friends, and even DRESSING UP as the famous doll.
And Robyn's poor husband and son just have to deal with their extended family.
Talk about unconditional love!
Like we said, this kind of fixation surely isn't healthy, but it does make for entertaining TV!
Ch-ch-check out her ever-growing collection (above)!!!
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Feeling a change of scenery would be a good move for your career?
You could be a dog semen collector instead!
In the documentary, Show Dog, Josh Dean interviews a show dog semen collector.
If you're wondering what she does…she "manually manipulates" dogs into giving samples for breeders.
The point of the program is for zealous dog owners to keep their purebreds for generations.
But if you ask us, this job (above) is just too messy for us…
Tags: collector, documentary, dog, dog show, icky, josh dean, semen, show dog
It's a gorgeous dress so we're not surprised.
Natalie Portman's Oscars dress, a 1954 red vintage Christian Dior dress, sold for $50,000 to an unknown British couture collector.
Natalie wore the size 4, strapless red gown, with black polka-dots, while presenting the award for Best Actor to Jean Dujardin.
And she looked amazing in that dress.
What do U think? Money well-spent?
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: christian dior, collector, dress, gown, natalie portman, oscars, sold, vintage
We guess $50 million is just pocket change when you're one of the richest and most successful directors in the world!
Plane enthusiast and collector Sir Peter Jackson has just shelled out a whopping $50 million for a brand new Gulfstream G550 plane, which will give him the ability to fly non-stop from Australia to Los Angeles.
This new model will replace his older Gulfstream IV, which was apparently a hassle for Sir Peter since its shorter range required him to stop for fuel during his trip.
The director also collects World War I planes and even has a company called The Vintage Aviator, which builds and restores military aircraft.
His new toy will be parked in the Melbourne airport and accommodates 12 to 16 passengers.
His guests shouldn't bother arriving in style, mate, as the director requires that they wear pajamas on all overnight flights!
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: australia, collector, expensive, pajamas, peter jackson, planes