The man's wedding ceremony to his beloved appliance went viral after he shared photos showing him dressed up in wedding attire, while the rice cooker donned a bride's veil.
An Indonesian man recognized as Khoirul Anam has gotten hitched to a rice cooker.
A rice cooker is an electric machine used to make rice for ordinary suppers.
The man's wedding ceremony to his cherished apparatus became famous online via web-based media after he shared a lot of photographs showing him spruced up in wedding clothing, while the rice cooker wore a bride's cover.
In the inscription, the man hailed his new bride. He said she is white (reasonable), doesn't talk a lot, and incredible at cooking.
Khoirul Anam posted the photos on his Facebook page to declare his marriage with the rice cooker on September 20.
The photographs have turned into a web sensation, with individuals imparting their insight.
Anam isn't the primary individual to get married to a lifeless thing.
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