Florida Woman Wants To Marry Tetris


When people were coming up with their apocalyptic scenarios stemming from a looser definition of marriage, they probably couldn’t even conceive of someone wanting to marry a game of Tetris.

20-year-old Floridian Noorul Mahjabeen Hassan, who goes by “Fractal,” claims she is an “Objectum Sexual.” She appeared on “This Morning” to discuss her love for her Tetris game.

She told “This Morning” that around the age of seven, she started feeling attraction to inanimate objects. Hassan told the show, “I just decided that I like monorails and iPods and treadmills.” She also said she felt feelings for a GPS around the age of 10.

Hassan said she loves her Tetris game because the lines in the game satisfy her. “He’s just really beautiful, “she said.

Hassan said she does not care if other people play Tetris, just as long as other people are not “trying to date him romantically.”

Although Hassan said she knows she cannot literally marry her Tetris game, she said she would like a ceremony to show her commitment to Tetris.

Earlier in the month, Metro UK wrote on Hassan’s relationship with her Tetris game. According to the article, Hassan started dating her Tetris game in 2016.

Hassan told Metro UK, “I want to say I’m married to Tetris and have a legitimate ceremony.”

“I feel like that would be an official thing which would set it in stone and say ‘I love you and want to prove it to you’ by making it permanent and calling myself Mrs Tetris,” she explained.

Previously, she dated a calculator she named after mathematician Pierre De Fermat. She told Metro, “I was doing an advanced statistics course at high school and I saw them and thought ‘that’s really sexy.”

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