This Morning recently interviewed Noorul Mahjabeen Hassan (who goes by Fractal Tetris Huracan), who says she is in love with a game of Tetris.

Fractal, from Florida, told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that she had been in a relationship with a calculator called Pierre De Fermat, before the cartridge of the game.

She said from the age of seven she had:

just decided that I like monorails and iPods and treadmills.

Fractal added that the calculator's name had given him a personality:

Well, 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 calculator broke, ending their relationship, so she has since been in a relationship with a Tetris cartridge since 2016:

I'm in love with the game himself and the cartridge is a means, a vessel of presenting him.

It's the clear lines, it satisfies me, it's just really beautiful. I find him just so attractive.

Schofield asked whether the relationship was an intimate or sexual one, to which Fractal replied:

Yes, it's very intimate.

Fractal then said she was open to the idea of marriage with the cartridge one day:

Yes the marriage aspect is purely ceremonial, obviously I can't literally marry an object.

It would just be me having a ceremony with Tetris.

Fractal said she had feelings for objects and had previously sought help for the condition of objectophilia - the attraction to inanimate objects:

Yeah, it was kind of confusing. I didn't really understand what was going on.

I've tried romantic relationships with humans and they never worked out.

HT This Morning

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