They've been in a relationship for almost two years
A woman in Florida has opened up about her intimate relationship with the video game Tetris.
Fractal Huracan, 20, is attracted to inanimate objects, otherwise known as objectophilia.
In an interview with This Morning’s Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the maths student explained that she has been in a relationship with Tetris for almost two years and would like to marry the game.
“Love’s not something you can explain, but honestly part of it is the clearing lines. It satisfies me, and he’s just really beautiful,” Fractal explained.
“I find him just so attractive,” she said.
Watch the full interview below:
Though Fractal recognises that she can’t literally marry an object, she says she would like to have a symbolic wedding ceremony with Tetris.
Fractal describes her relationship with Tetris as “very intimate”, and says a typical date includes sitting in the library playing the game for several hours, or “cuddling him”.
Fractal maintains that she is not jealous of other people who play Tetris, as long as no one else is trying to date him romantically.
“I don’t have a problem with other people playing Tetris,” she said.
Fractal’s attraction to objects started at around the age of seven.
“I just decided that I liked monorails and iPods and treadmills,” she said.
At high school Fractal started a relationship with a calculator she named ‘Pierre de Fermat’.
Asked what prompted her attraction to Pierre, Huracan said: “I thought that Pierre is really beautiful and I loved the buttons on him and the trackpad is beautiful and I just loved his function.”
However, the relationship ended when Pierre broke, and Huracan moved on with Tetris in 2016.