Summer is wedding season but it's also a time for incredibly orchestrated and coordinated (possibly over-the-top?) videos of marriage proposals. There was the guy who rented out a movie theater and had the trailer of his love story play out into his eventual question, the one in the park, the one at Disney. This season kicks off with what the question-popper claims is the "world's first live lip dub marriage proposal."
Usually when a person is graduating from college, she’s thinking about what kind of job she’ll get after school. This woman gets a surprise offer during graduation and suddenly has a different job to think about -- the new and unexpected job of planning her wedding.
When geeks attempt to enter into matrimony, it can end in one of two ways -- utter cuteness or dorky disaster. Thankfully, this proposal at the 2011 'Minecraft' Minecon didn't take the first 8-bit brick path.
Town Hall meetings can be dull, what with the discussions of taxes and other mind-numbing subjects. But for one such meeting, hosted by New Jersey 101.5 on-air personalities Dennis and Judi, the minutes were a lot more interesting. Because the meeting actually included a surprise marriage proposal.
In this adorkable video, a groom-to-be proposes to his girlfriend by donning a homemade mask depicting Bender, the hard drinking robot from Matt Groening's 'Futurama.' As if that wasn't geeky enough, the creative techie poured his binary heart out in front of his computer in a series of zeroes and ones.
It happens every year. February 14th rolls around and we’re all supposed to be in the mood for love. Well, if you’re having a little trouble getting there this year, watching some truly outrageous (and gladly accepted) marriage proposals should pretty much do the trick.
As we approach Valentine’s Day and the season of love, a lot of couples get the urge to take that big step toward marriage. But before your eyes well up with tears of joy and sweetness, you must do the math. Based on the law of percentages, not all of these proposals can possibly go well.
In the niftiest break from tradition yet, Walter Thompson popped the question to girlfriend Nealey Dozier with an awesome stop-motion Lego movie. It's one of the most innovative (and adorable) marriage proposals we've ever seen.
There weren't a whole lot of basketball fans in the Pauley Pavilion stands when UCLA took on Richmond late last month, so you could almost hear every individual groan when a man proposed marriage to his girlfriend on the arena's JumboVision and was cruely rebuffed.
But was it actually a failed marriage proposal or a hoax?
When neighbor girl Christine asks Allan to marry her not only does he say no, but he begins to scream and cry when she keeps demanding that they be wed. Watch the cute duo bicker and fight like an already married couple in the video below.
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