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The star's quirky outlook on life was also showcased last year when he launched a motivational phone service for pets, which forced him to defend himself against claims he had 'lost the plot'.The father-of-four admitted he's never been conventional, as he told Mail Online: 'Someone accused me of having "gone off the rails" but I’ve never been on them hence the success and happiness I enjoy on a daily basis.'Noel explained: 'I always have a giggle.I would like him to teach me new things and when I make mistakes, to spank me so that I learn. Charming Woman Looking For My Prince I am looking for someone to have fun with. The more hot and sweaty the better and more wet I get for you. He's got to be ambitious, intelligent, funny, and loving.Someone with a great personality, good sense of humor, someone who enjoys to travel, and to enjoy new things. I do like to be in control in the bedroom situation. He can't be afraid of a girl that can be just as smart if not more and knows how to have fun without totally disregarding priorities...someone that is genuinely romantic and isn't afraid to show it (a huge plus)...a man that knows how to treat a woman right...someone that can balance these out.Too many people take the living experience too seriously.What's the point of life if we can’t be positive, have fun and make the world a better place?He also claimed to have been visited by two orbs which he believed were his late parents in 2008.
Intrusion of privacy also rated highly in the house guest faux pas survey, with 58 per cent admitting they thought it rude for guests to look in their bedroom without permission, and a further 52 per cent saying they don’t like it when people peer in their fridge through fear of being judged.In the chat with The Mirror, the former Deal Or No Deal?host, 68, waxed lyrical about how bodily energy lives on after death and the perceived dangers of internet, phone signals and electricity to health.He later reignited his feud with Schofe by tweeting him: '@Schofe -negative people are more vulnerable to serious illness and premature death -source Cambridge Institute & today Harvard University.' But Phillip was quick to fire back: '@Noel Edmonds but were they incredibly insensitive and tactless in their delivery of said research?' Incredulous: He later reignited his feud with Schofe by tweeting him: '@Schofe -negative people are more vulnerable to serious illness and premature death -source Cambridge Institute & today Harvard University' which Phillip branded 'insensitive and tactless'Clearly riled by the response, Noel then spat: 'I posed a question in response to abuse You corrupted the truth and made a fool of yourself.