A man who is in love with inanimate objects has opened up about his unusual relationship with multiple balloons.
28-year-old Aakash Majumdar from Mumbai, India, has become an internet sensation after revealing he makes love to his balloons when not connecting with them on a deeper level by “sharing intimate feelings.”
“I like their presence and warmth, and share intimate feelings with my balloons and vice versa,” he said.
“I make out with my balloons. When you’re in love, you spend a lot of time together and accept all kinds of flaws. Every morning, I wake up by saying good morning and giving a kiss to my balloons that sleep beside me, and vice versa.
“When they become inflated, I think that’s when they’re born. I can talk to them, take them shopping and for a walk in the garden.”
Aakash further insisted that his balloons talk to him through “dreams and telepathy” as he insisted he takes them on walks because they deserve “freedom” and the “chance to see the world.”
He also claimed that he was initially just friends with his balloons until the relationship progressed into something deeper and more intimate.
“Since I’ve confessed my love for my balloons, my life has changed for the better,” the 28-year-old continued.
“Our love is so strong that I can’t live without him. I love him so much that in 2021, I’ve proposed to him for marriage.”
Since balloons differ from humans when it comes to biology, Aakash also makes sure to take extra good care of them by avoiding sharp objects and supervising them all the time.
“They are just as fragile as a human baby. I need to protect him from all danger. From sharp objects, changes in temperature to suffocation,” the man explained.
“Because of his delicate nature, I supervise him at all times. This is the most attractive thing I find — I feel safe, and calm with him and vice versa as he often gets killed for fun.”
In spite of all precautions, however, accidents do happen on occasion.
“One day while inflating a few balloons with a pump, a balloon got popped. I cried for the loss and after that, I became more careful. When there is a sudden death of balloons, I try to resurrect them by re-inflating them. If I can’t, I give them a funeral by digging and covering them with the soil,” Aakash recalled.
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