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Erika La Tour Eiffel, 37, a former soldier who lives in San Francisco, has been in love with objects before.
Her first infatuation was with Lance, a bow that helped her to become a world-class archer, she is fond of the Berlin Wall and she claims to have a physical relationship with a piece of fence she keeps in her bedroom.
(Source) Magali Jaskiewicz and Jonathan George had planned to wed at their local town hall in November 2008, but he was killed just two days before the ceremony in a motorcycle accident.
Ms Jaskiewitz, 32, used a little-known section of the French civil code that allows posthumous marriages if all the formalities for the wedding were completed before one of the partners died, including the setting of a date.
While she remains a virgin with humans, she insists she has a full, loving relationship with the wall.
While the rest of mankind rejoiced when the Wall, erected by the Soviets in 1961 to halt an exodus from East to West Berlin, was largely torn down in 1989, its "wife" was horrified.
Attired in a silk saree, 30 year-old Bimbala Das was seen sitting for around one hour as priests chanted mantras to complete the ritual.
The snake which lived in an ant hill near her home, however, was not around and a brass replica of a serpent was kept by the side of the woman instead.
His wife currently lives in the Nintendo DSi LL/XL, which is a giant version of the DS, and visitors at the wedding watched a slide show and saw the happy groom kiss his wife.
But it is the Eiffel Tower she has pledged to love, honour and obey in an intimate ceremony attended by a handful of friends.
She has changed her name legally to reflect the bond.
She's never been back and now keeps models depicting "his" former glory.
(Source) In November, a Japanese man known as Sal9000 married Nene Anegasaki from the Nintendo DS video game “Love Plus,” a virtual dating game.
On the way out he bowed to the ancestors and to senior guests in return for blessings.