After 4 days, a man married a rice cooker, fell out of love with it, and divorced it.

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After 4 days, a man married a rice cooker, fell out of love with it, and divorced it.

(Photo courtesy of Unsplash.com) After 4 days, a man married a rice cooker, fell out of love with it, and divorced it. Not with a fellow human, but with his electronic “wife,” a man from Indonesia has had a brief but strange term at married life. The Indonesian man reportedly wedded his rice cooker and chose to divorce it after only four days of marriage due to a “heavy heart.”

Anam Gets Married to a Rice Cooker

Khoirul Anam, a Magelang Java resident, recently announced his wedding on Facebook by sharing official photos from the event. Anam was dressed in conventional white wedding clothing, while his “wife” was likewise dressed appropriately for the occasion.

For the official signing of the documents, Anam’s now ex-wife, the rice cooker, was allegedly clad in a customary white veil. According to 9gag, Khoirul conveyed his emotions and sentiments towards the rice cooker he chose to marry in the caption of the post.

Man Gets Married and Gets Divorced Rice Cooking Machine Anam expressed his feelings, remarking that the rice cooker was white, caring, and obedient. “Without you, my rice is not cooked,” the remark added, highlighting the apparent advantages of owning a rice cooker for a wife. Anam married and divorced in four days, despite the fact that it is estimated that 25 percent of millennials do not marry.

Although the news was widely mocked on the internet, the story became even more intriguing when Anam chose to divorce his ex-wife, the rice cooker, just four days after the wedding. Anam took to Facebook four days later to announce that he had divorced the rice cooker because it could only do one thing: make rice.

Khoirul Anam is a fictional character created by Khoirul Anam.

According to a report by India Today, Khoirul Anam is known for performing bizarre stunts on his social media account in order to excite his followers. This isn’t the first time his actions have been spotted on social media, but it’s the first time they’ve blown up to the level of fame that they have now.

Anam’s marriage to his rice cooker received a whooping 8K reactions on Facebook, with 1.3K comments and 9.9K shares. The goal of the story was achieved. News from Brinkwire in a nutshell.

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