"I have these beautiful wax-museum pieces-handmade, from the 1800s-from a museum of curiosities. They're just these open mouths, with tongues, and in the throats are different stages, labeled, of syphilis and gonorrhea and whatever," Theroux, 42, told the magazine for its October issue, on newsstands Sept. 24. "Those definitely found a great place in my office in L.A. They weren't going to be above the fireplace anytime soon."
Right now, their life certainly seems idyllic. Theroux explained to the magazine that he and Aniston (whom he says loves that he's terrible at sports) have adopted the six chickens that they inherited when they bought their new mansion. However, there are trappings that come with being in one of the most high-profile relationships in the world.
"It's a bit like going to a slightly different altitude, you know?" he said. In addition to dealing with the constant surge of paparazzi, he's also not used to "when I get complimented on the street because I'm having twins."