Forget Arranged Marriage, Some People Find Their ‘Ideal Partner’ Outside The Human Race

Love has no barriers. People have actually closed their eyes and found their soulmates in organisms that we usually don’t consider as dating prospects. While your parents are pressurizing you to marry quickly, these couples have found love outside the human race and are now happily married.

The Mayor Gets Married to Crocodile

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The Mayor of San Pedro, Victor Aguilar married a crocodile. It was part of a tradition which if done, brings good fortune to local fishermen. The female crocodile was baptized and was dressed in a white robe. Her jaws were clamped shut to avoid any injuries.

A Man Who Married Himself

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A 39-year-old Chinese man was dissatisfied with reality and that’s when he decided to marry himself. Liu Ye married a life-sized cutout photo of himself wearing a red bridal gown.

The wedding honoured all the procedures of ancient Chinese wedding rituals including the bride kowtowing to heaven and earth, to ancestors and to the elderly aged 90 and over. Bride and groom made the traditional rounds of toasting guests during the banquet.

Liu Ye denies he is gay but does admit to being “a little bit narcissistic.”

Man Marries a Goat

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A Sudanese man was forced to marry a goat as his wife after he was caught having sex with her. The goat’s owner was surprised when he caught the man and then took him to a council of elders. They ordered the man, Mr Tombe, to pay a dowry of 15,000 Sudanese dinars ($50) to the owner.

“We have given him the goat, and as far as we know they are still together,” the owner said.

The Millionaire Woman Who Married a Dolphin

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Sharon Tendler, a 41-year-old eccentric British millionaire, married the love of her life — a dolphin named Cindy — at an Israeli resort. She met Cindy when she first visited the resort, 15 years ago. The women took a liking to the dolphin. She soon started travelling to Israel two or three times a year and spend most of her time with her underwater sweetheart.

After years of romance, she tied the knot with her beloved dolphin. Regrettably, Cindy died on the afternoon of June 18, 2006, and her remains were disposed of in the ocean.

A Woman Married Her Pet Dog

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In Norway, the union of dog and humans are considered legal. Barbarä, a 23-year-old woman was the first to celebrate a zoocontractual union. Barbarä found her husband in an animal shelter. When the journalists asked her about her sexual activities she said, ”

“What Rudolf and I do in bed or anywhere does not concern you! You know, I’m not very interested in it, and my husband is very comfortable with it! We have a couple intimacy, like all couples, and the principle of intimacy is that it is something intimate that I do not have to talk about.”

A woman is engaged to her chandelier

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Women have a love for chandeliers but not as much as this lady. She recently became engaged to one. Amanda Liberty, proposed to her favourite chandelier on Valentine’s Day while continuing an open relationship with the rest of her collection of 25 chandeliers.

She explained she first saw her fiancée, named Lumiere, on eBay last year, and it was love at first sight. The nearly 30-inch wide chandelier is an antique and had to be shipped over from Germany.

“I couldn’t stop thinking about her and how beautiful she was — she has such a beautiful shape, and I could feel the really amazing energy coming from her,” Liberty said. “Although I knew it would be tricky to get her home, I knew I needed to find a way to make her mine.”

Although Lumiere is the only chandelier that wears a ring, Liberty explained she loves all the light fixtures in her collection.

“None of my chandeliers are jealous of each other, they understand that I love them all for all of their different personalities. For example, I love kissing and cuddling Lumiere, but I sleep with Jewel every night, as she is portable and very nice to cuddle.

So what do you think of these para-human unions?

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