This Morning (TV programme) has met a woman named Fractal Huracan who has fallen in love the game Tetris, after her romance with a calculator ended. Fractal, who hails from from Florida in America, explained to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that she was in love with the game and has an "intimate" relationship with it. Phil explained that she became involved with objects from around the age of seven, then later began a relationship with a calculator named Pierre De Fermat. Fractal explained that around the age of seven she "just decided that I like monorails and iPods and treadmills." But what was it about the calculator in particular that piqued her interest? Fractal said: "Well, I thought that Pierre is really beautiful and I loved the buttons on him and the trackpad is beautiful and I just loved his function." She added that his name had "given him a personality" and a "persona". However Pierre the calculator broke, which caused Fractal to end her relationship with him. It was then that she began the relationship with Tetris in 2016. "I'm in love with the game himself and the cartridge is a means, a vessel of presenting him. "It's the clear lines, it satisfies me, it's just really beautiful. I find him just so attractive." Phil then hinted that Fractal has a sexual relationship with the game. He explained: "This is, we'll do this delicately, this is a personal, intimate relationship as well." "Yes, it's very intimate," answered Fractal. Fractal went on to explain that marriage could be possible one day, saying: "Yes the marriage aspect is purely ceremonial, obviously I can't literally marry an object. "It would just be me having a ceremony with Tetris." She went on to explain that she wasn't jealous about other people playing it. "I don't care if other people play him. As long as nobody else is trying to date him romantically or is in more of an intimate relationship in a way, I'm fine." Although Fractal said she would be upset if her favourite Tetris cartridge broke, she added that she'd purchase another one, as it's the game itself she loves, rather than a specific cartridge. Holly asked if it was a confusing time, as her friends might be dating boys at school, while she had feelings for objects. So she sought help online and found some support groups that really helped her learn to cope with the condition, which is known as objectophilia, the attraction to inanimate objects. "Yeah, it was kind of confusing," she said. "I didn't really understand what was going on." Fractal was also sure that she wouldn't want to attempt relationships with humans in the future, although she was happy having friends. "I've tried romantic relationships with humans and they never worked out," she explained.