When cohabitating ladies tell their men that some of their man stuff is going in storage, they are usually referring to sports paraphernalia or maybe questionable movie posters. However, when Jennifer Aniston had to give the axe to one of Justin Theroux's belongings, it wasn't your prototypical "When Harry Met Sally" wagon-wheel table, but a collection of syphilis throats.
"My wagon-wheel table is my syphilis throats ... I have these beautiful wax-museum pieces -- handmade, from the 1800s -- from a museum of curiosities," Theroux explained in his recent GQ interview. "They're just these open mouths, with tongues, and in the throats are different stages, labeled, of syphilis and gonorrhea and whatever."
There's also a candy dish of human teeth that we're assuming Aniston will not be placing in her Bel Air living room anytime soon. "I know a dentist who saves those for me," he said. "People often think they're little mints. 'Don't eat the teeth!'"