In what should go down as another bizarre union, a man from Indonesia reportedly married his rice cooker and went as far as to dress it like a normal bride.

Khoirul Anam made headlines when he married the rice cooker, sharing photos of the wedding that went viral. Aside from Anam, the rice cooker was also dressed for the occasion – donned in a bride’s veil.

Anam appeared serious and even signed what looked like official wedding papers. After doing that, he even kissed the rice cooker for good measure.

“White, quiet, perfect. Doesn’t talk much, good in cooking, a dream come true. Without you my rice is not cooked,” Anam’s Twitter post read.

Most who saw the social media post either laughed or were left scratching their heads on the odd ceremony. But Anam took it further when he divorced the rice cooker.

The reason? The rice cooker was allegedly good at cooking but not at making any other dishes.

In the end, the whole thing was a joke and Anam was just looking for attention. That post, as of this writing, has had 13.6K retweets and 44.4K likes.

Although it appears to be a sham even from the beginning, hearing about odd weddings of people marrying things is nothing new. Last year, there was that case of a Russian woman who married a briefcase.

The woman is from Moscow, identified as Rain Gordon. She has reportedly been always attracted to inanimate objects and things eventually turned romantic with a briefcase that she now calls her ‘husband’.

In June, there was also that odd marriage between a woman and a dolphin that died. The woman was identified as Sharon Tendler. She was reportedly a millionaire and held an unusual marriage to a dolphin after several months at the Dolphin Reef in the Israeli port of Eilat, Tendler where a lavish ceremony was held.

When the dolphin died, Tendler vowed never to re-marry again.

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Rice Cooker Photo by Katherine Chase on Unsplash

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