Father of 151 Children Says Job Is 'Satisfying' His 16 Wives | 22 Words

A man who has fathered 151 children has gone viral this week for sharing his daily routine and "job," which involves "satisfying" his numerous wives.

Clearly, Misheck Nyandoro has a very busy schedule.

The sixty-six-year-old Zimbabwean, from the Mbire District, Mashonaland Central Province, has stunned people from all over the world with his candid account of life as a dad-of-151.

Yep, 151 children.

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Quite the accomplishment, isn't it?

And, despite his already vast brood...

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Nyandoro has no plans to retire from his duties anytime soon.

Of course, people have had a lot to say about his unusual lifestyle...

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Nyandoro, who is due to wed his seventeenth wife this coming winter, opened up to the local news outlet, The Herald, about his unconventional lifestyle.

He explained that he became a polygamist back in 1983, and said he does not plan to stop the "project [reproducing]" until he dies. On his role, he said:

"I go to the bedrooms that I have on my schedule. I then satisfy my wife and move onto the next room. This is my job. I have no other job."

Keeping sixteen wives satisfied must be a challenge, right?

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Well, Nyandoro's insane sex drive has seen to that, with the man claiming that he has to keep marrying younger women because older brides "cannot keep up" with him in the bedroom.

He elaborated:

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"I alter my behavior in the bedroom to suit the age of each of my wives. I don't act the same with the young ones as I do with the older ones."

All of his wives cook for him, too.

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"Every one of my wives cooks for me daily but the rule is that I only eat delicious food, anything I feel is below standard gets thrown away. They know the rules and they have promised not to get angry when I send their food back. Anything sent back should be a lesson that helps them improve."

And, despite having no job...

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He claims to lead a life of luxury, saying that he is showered with gifts and money by his many offspring.

"My children spoil me. I'm constantly receiving gifts and cash from them and my step-sons."

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The family mainly relies on farming and has recently been allocated ninety-three hectares of land near the Mvurwi mountains.

Quite the lifestyle, isn't it?

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