Have you adequately prepared your heart for a wave of feels? Here's a video of an actor playing Peter Pan who pops the question to his girlfriend, who was playing Wendy Darling, during a performance onstage at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow, Scotland.
Nobody ever needs to post a proposal video on the internet again. Seriously, unless you can top mushroom clouds, 'Also sprach Zarathustra' and a man screaming "Dennis Bergkamp" over and over again, your video isn't even going to come close.
Regardless of your stance on the Zach Braff Kickstarter debacle, you can't say nothing good came of it. Sure, it may have sent douche chills up your spine to see a millionaire asking for money so he could make exactly the movie he wanted to make, but at the same time, thanks to his awesome Kickstarter rewards, this guy is getting married!
There's nothing like popping the question and letting the whole world see it go down from your point of view. That's exactly what happened for one man who decided to propose to his girlfriend while he wearing Google Glasses.
If you've had a loooong week, watch this video. Unless of course your week has been long because you got dumped, or you made a homemade puppet movie trailer and used it to propose to your girlfriend as a surprise and she said no, in which case RUN AWAY!
If you're a gamer and you find yourself a girlfriend who also loves spending marathon sessions in front of a screen you should probably seriously consider locking her down for life.
That's what Redditor Marchaka was thinking with his special lady Michelle, who shares his passion for video games. So, despite his limited coding experience, Marchaka decided to craft an elaborate role playing game for
As we advance deeper into the 21st century, a Senator's press secretary is at least as likely to be getting the word out on Twitter than communicating with the press in more traditional ways.
So when Brett Wanamaker decided he wanted to surprise his girlfriend Beth Adelson, who is the press secretary for Virginia Senator Mark Warner, with a marriage proposal he had a pretty good idea where to find
February 14th is upon us, so it's time to whip out all the lovey dovey cliches, y'all. We're talking about the stuff we expect on V-Day-- the chocolates, roses and, of course, the proposal stories. It's a pretty cute idea to propose to your significant other on the most romantic day of the year, but with that comes a big, big risk-- that other person might say no. Yikes.
Thank God she said "yes," because if she didn't that was so not worth it.
This video -- in which a guy willingly falls from a building while asking his girlfriend to marry him -- must've taken a lot of time and planning with an immense amount of hope and trust from whomever placed that fall mat. Let's be serious; would you risk your life for a marriage proposal?
Who knew bikers were such hopeless romantics?
The Rockefeller Center ice skating rink might be perfect for marriage proposals in New York City, but if you're in Los Angeles you'll have to get a little more creative -- like shutting down a major highway.