Everyone has their favourite kitchen appliance that they couldn’t live without. But one man took it to the next level by professing his undying love for his rice cooker – through marriage. And yet ‘divorcing’ the appliance just four days later – there’s more to the short-lived marriage than meets the eye.
Khoirul, an Indonesian man, posted a series photos to Facebook from his Indonesian home. ‘ceremony’, captioned: “Fair, obedient, loving and good at cooking.”Both were dressed appropriately, with the rice cooker even wearing a white veil.
The photos show the newlyweds in their unconventional wedding ceremony as well as their first kiss.
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Unfortunately, the wedding was far too good to be real. Khoirul, a local celebrity, is known for performing bizarre stunts to entertain his 59K fans.
While this instance may be a hoax, it’s becoming increasingly uncommon for people to marry bizarre inanimate objects.
David Sikorski, a San Francisco resident, got engaged to a burrito chef in 2015. “It’s my one true love”He said.
“I’ve reached the age where my Facebook is now filled with engagement and baby photos; back in 05/06, it was filled with incriminating photos of my friends’ weekend escapades,”The 28-year-old told HuffPost.
“I already had a strong burrito love, so I called one of my music photographer friends and naturally, she jumped at the idea.”
While it’s unclear whether the wedding actually went ahead, Sikorski had planned their first dance to be to “I’ll Make Love To You”Boyz II Men