UK Woman Marries Her Blanket & Other Such Bizarre Marriages

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UK woman marries
her blanket 

A woman from the UK took her love for blankets to the next level and married her favourite duvet. Pascale Sellick reportedly said that it has been the ‘most intimate’ and ‘reliable’ relationship she’s ever had

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Woman’s bizarre
marriage with blanket

UK-based Sellick threw an ‘open wedding ceremony’ and reportedly invited her boyfriend as well, whom she had met later. But she is not the only one to opt for such a bizarre marriage. Take a look at more such ‘unique unisons’

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Woman marries herself

Reportedly inspired by a Netflix show, 24-year-old Kshama Bindu tied the knot with herself,  the first example of 'sologamy' in India. Based out of Gujarat, Kshama had all the pre-wedding rituals such as haldi and mehendi ceremony

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Indian bride who
married herself

On the D-day, Kshama wore bridal lehenga and jewellery and conducted Hindu marital rituals with herself. She also shared images and videos of the pre-wedding ceremonies

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Tommy weds Jaily:
When dogs walked
down the aisle

While humans are at it, why should the dogs be left behind! Two dog-owners in Uttar Pradesh married off their respective pets to each other in a full-fledged wedding ceremony, that cost Rs 50,000

Woman marries cat

A woman from London reportedly married her pet cat to let it stay in a no-pets apartment

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Woman married now
fallen Berlin Wall

Swedish woman Eija-Riitta Berliner-Mauer married the Berlin Wall and was reportedly devastated when the historic wall was brought down

Man in Japan marries
Video Game character

38-year-old Japanese man Akihiko Kondo married a fictional character named Hatsune Miku, a computer-synthesised Anime pop singer, who has toured with Lady Gaga and starred in video games, during an unofficial ceremony in Tokyo in 2018

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