Facebook works in mysterious ways.
In 2009, Schuler Benson opened Facebook and quickly realized that he was logged into Celeste Zendler's account. He didn't know this woman or have any mutual friends with her – they didn't even live in the same state.
Six years later later, they got married.
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In an Imgur post, Schuler explained the Facebook glitch writing, "[I] wasn't even given a chance to enter any login information. I was already logged in. I had to make several posts in order to find out I wasn't logged into my own account."
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"I was in the account of a nice lady named Celeste, who lived in Boulder, Colorado," he continued. "She and I had never met, never lived in the same state, had no mutual friends in real life or online, shared no Facebook interests. For some reason, I was unable to logout of her account."
Eventually, Schuler was able to log out, but only after Celeste sent him a friend request. They ended up having a lot in common and stayed friends for four years before finally meeting in 2013, which is when their romance started.
Schuler proposed in 2014 and they got married a year later.
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"I found my partner, my best friend, my great love via a simple glitch in social media," he said. "There are awful things in this world, but sometimes there's beauty, too. This is my beauty."
So Facebook, when are you going to set us up with our soulmate?
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