10 People Who Fell in love With Inanimate Objects

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Whatever the cause and whatever the reason we now know that a lot of people find themselves actually in love with inanimate objects.

So let’s take a look at some of these interesting couples.

1. Amy Wolfe and a Roller Coaster

 Amy Wolfe and a Roller Coaster

Amy Wolfe found herself literally in a rollercoaster of a relationship when she first fell for the amusement park attraction “1001 Nachts” when she was only 13 years old.

She vowed to one day marry the Pennsylvania-based rollercoaster. Reports haven’t indicated that the marriage has gone ahead, but Wolfe changed her last name to “Weber” after the manufacturer of the ride.

According to reports, Amy Weber travels 160 miles, 10 times per year to visit the love of her life and carries around its spare bolts and parts to feel closer to it while they’re apart. She also sleeps with a picture of the rollercoaster above her bed.

2. Amanda Whittaker and the Statue of Liberty

 Amanda Whittaker and the Statue of Liberty

The 27-year-old shop assistant Amanda Whittaker from Leeds, England is currently in love with the Statue of Liberty.

Having spent her teenage years in a relationship with her drums, Amanda states that she’s “attracted to different shapes, geometric shapes”.

Her home has several monuments of the Statue of Liberty in it and she has visited the statue which she has affectionately nicknamed “Libby” five times since she first fell in love with it in 2007.

3. Doro B. and a Metal Processing System

 Doro B

41-year-old Doro B. fell in love with a metal processing system while she was at work.

Doro stated that she felt a female presence from the machine. During the day, she confesses that she has to keep her affection to a minimum of “pecking and caresses” in order to not seem strange, but at night she takes out a model of her partner, stating that it’s “not a substitute; it’s more like a supplement.

That’s why it doesn’t count as cheating. The model serves as a kind of fax machine that conveys my feelings to my beloved.” 

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