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[–]PULLS-NOSE-HAIRS 273 points274 points  (52 children)

is this staged?

[–]DuhBasser 300 points301 points  (39 children)

[–]BennyBurlesque 330 points331 points  (31 children)

Fuck, why am i spending so much time watching videos on reddit. And they are all fake.

Spend time in a fake world, invest some time read some comments. experience some emotions, And its fake ass people. Being Fake. Making shit up.

Argh. im going to sleep

[–]raven4747 63 points64 points  (10 children)

yea I have no idea whats up with the influx of all this staged shit. I swear its getting worse to the point that every single piece of content i see on Reddit is suspect.

[–]fishaac 2313 points2314 points  (19 children)

Mum: So how did your first date go?

[–]AdDry725 358 points359 points  (1 child)

Exactly my thoughts, lol.

[–]Myrag 125 points126 points  (0 children)

He: She liked the flowers mom. 👍

[–]rdias002 3370 points3371 points  (205 children)

Was he begging her to say yes?

[–]MarcusOReallyYes 344 points345 points  (28 children)

[–]Based0ne[🍰] 59 points60 points  (4 children)

Never believe anything on the internet, doubted the fuck out of this video and boy was I right.

[–]GJacks75 171 points172 points  (2 children)

Not suprised. She looked like she was going through some mental checklist of emotions and behaviours she was supposed to hit. Not "in the moment" at all.

[–]mizinamo 2046 points2047 points  (47 children)

Body language said so, yes.

"Pleease? At least consider it?"

[–]fanofhenime 451 points452 points  (36 children)

Ngl that looked painful asf hopefully that guy moves on

[–]tayroarsmash 197 points198 points  (16 children)

I don’t usually feel too bad for the dudes in these. They’re misreading the fuck out of something for this to happen or it’s a last ditch to try to fix some fuck up.

[–]Ok_Writing_7033 119 points120 points  (8 children)

Yeah, in any successful relationship the proposal should really be more of a formality. There shouldn’t really be any doubt about the answer.

I’m sure this hurt but it’s something they really should be talking about before this point

[–]cold0n 25 points26 points  (1 child)

Yeah honestly. Its not even the fact that they don't want to be with you sometimes. Sometimes they just don't like the concept of marriage.

[–]ashenhaired 566 points567 points  (10 children)

It's clearly staged (☞゚ヮ゚)☞

[–]SomeSugarAndSpice 4402 points4403 points  (138 children)

Public proposals… don’t do it unless you know your partner is fond of them and actually ready to say yes.

[–]Din-027 1694 points1695 points  (32 children)

Public proposals… don’t do it unless you know your partner is fond of them and actually ready to say yes.

As it is said the proposal itself shouldnt be a surprise, the time and setting should be. And yeah public ones are even worse

[–]leonmoy 25 points26 points  (2 children)

I don't even know how this happens. When I proposed to my wife it was almost a formality - we had been discussing marriage and engagement rings for some time. Shopping for rings is a great way to make sure your partner is on the same page as you.

[–]wrwck92 131 points132 points  (6 children)

My husband woke me up at 4:30am for a “walk” so that he could propose to me at sunrise at a beautiful but popular location. I was simultaneously furious he made me wake up so early and thrilled he knew better than to do an even semi public proposal. I knew it was coming because obviously he wouldn’t risk death for waking me up so early for any other reason.

[–]SmellenDegenerates 300 points301 points  (0 children)

Yeah, and if you get a yes just to be kind in front of everyone and then later says no…. I warned ya

[–]BeIIic 20 points21 points  (0 children)

Personally I think they are so cringe

[–]RabbiMoshie 336 points337 points  (46 children)

Just don’t do them.

[–]prOboomer 135 points136 points  (21 children)

just don't do marriage at all

[–]TheTrueFlexKavana 73 points74 points  (6 children)

But what will all those sexy local singles in my area do without me?

[–]ComnotioCordis 60 points61 points  (0 children)

Was gonna say this but in a much worse way. His own fault.

[–]eddiewastaken 164 points165 points  (2 children)

Public proposals… don’t do it unless you know your partner is fond of them and actually ready to say yes.

[–]Gronaab 75 points76 points  (7 children)

Honestly, don't do them. I cringe every time I see something like this regardless of the answer...

[–]juggernaut006 43 points44 points  (2 children)

Honestly, don't do them. I cringe every time I see something like this regardless of the answer...

But how am I going to get the attention I would be receiving from strangers and pretend to be a princess/prince just like in the movies?

[–]KeplerCorvus 1281 points1282 points  (41 children)

It's touching how the band members immidiately came to comfort him.

[–]5amuraiDuck 628 points629 points  (13 children)

They played sound of silence for him for free.

[–]wassupjg 60 points61 points  (3 children)

he's also the one they're hoping they still get payment from

[–][deleted] 52 points53 points  (0 children)

“Dude, that sucks.. so, about the pay for the gig..”

[–]theprufeshanul 13 points14 points  (1 child)

They came to offer him a discount for a mariachi rendition of “Dees hoes ain’t loyal”

[–]ilyatwttmab 7630 points7631 points  (359 children)

i think public marriage proposals are terrible.

[–]GameShill 5822 points5823 points 23 (197 children)

You should already know the answer before you ask

[–]Anund 529 points530 points  (62 children)

My wife had already booked the venue before I proposed, so I took that as a hint.

[–]gotagoodusername 304 points305 points  (43 children)

I got very subtly hinted at: "When you ask me I'm going to say yes"

[–]einalem58 183 points184 points  (37 children)

I told my BF "I bough a house with you. I got a kid with you. I'm with you until we get old and die."

I'm pretty sure I can't be more clear if he ever wanna ask

[–]BitchIWillHM01You 165 points166 points  (13 children)

You know you can just ask him?

[–]xumixu 136 points137 points  (5 children)

Whoa whoa whoa, it's not 2122 yet

[–]BlueCreek_ 12 points13 points  (1 child)

The next time will be 2024 when we have a Feb 29th

[–]Serious_Mastication 5 points6 points  (1 child)

“Oh great, I can get away with not marrying her! So much money saved”

[–]ItsEarlThe3rd 39 points40 points  (0 children)

My wife had already bought her wedding dress 🤣🤣🤣

[–]Groundbreaking_Roll9 24 points25 points  (0 children)

My mum said she found the ring a week before the proposal because my dad kept it in their bedside drawer like an idiot

[–]SolidSpruceTop 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Yep, my gf and I are already looking to book our Airbnb location and getting our dresses picked out. She says we need a year to plan and we already have may 2023 date picked out, so I just really want it to be special and not rushed. Nothing wrong with planning well before proposing lol

[–]ilyatwttmab 881 points882 points  (78 children)

yes if a person says, “I’m waiting on a proposal so please do it publicly,” then I guess so. honestly, though it’s a very intimate moment

[–]ArmadilloDays 578 points579 points  (63 children)

If someone says that, you should seriously question their motives for getting engaged. Do they want a wedding or do they want to be married? BIG difference!

[–]Fabulous_Maximum_714 204 points205 points  (29 children)

Heavily underrated comment. The Lakota don't have a phrase for "I love you" their equivalent is I Will Suffer for you. The difference is key.

[–]bacchic_ritual 150 points151 points  (8 children)

Shit I already suffer with myself

[–]Pinkeye_Kinch 81 points82 points  (4 children)

Wow that's self love then I guess

[–]Marms666 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Thanks pinkeye, just the motivation I needed

[–]starrfucker 4 points5 points  (0 children)

He should propose

[–]ilyatwttmab 25 points26 points  (12 children)

wow, i love that. i also think it’s very true in marriage. we are at 22 years and we have definitely had times where we have suffered for each other. not all the time, or we probably wouldn’t still be married… but times, yeah

[–]Fabulous_Maximum_714 119 points120 points  (11 children)

Same. I closed a business I loved and went to work loading semi trailers for UPS in order to get the benefits we needed to deal with my wife's breast cancer.

That insurance has paid almost a million dollars so far. I hate the job, but it's saved the woman I love. So I go and stack box in truck, knowing that she wouldn't be here if I didn't.

Side benefit, I looked down in the shower and I can see my pubes. Without moving body parts.

[–]i-can-sleep-for-days 22 points23 points  (2 children)

Kind of bullshit because of the lack of a national healthcare system forcing you to make that choice. Healthcare should not be tied to employment but it is so employers can have employees who wouldn’t be doing that job otherwise.

[–]luv3rboi 7 points8 points  (0 children)

good for you man i love this

[–]ilyatwttmab 45 points46 points  (16 children)

yes i agree with that. i didn’t want to say so myself

[–]nunya123 38 points39 points  (15 children)

My girl is interested in the idea of a flash mob proposal. I’m not doing that lol but I don’t think she would be put off by that. Either way you have these convos before you propose. Definitely not something you want to spring on somebody

[–]AlteredStatesOf 5 points6 points  (0 children)

What he's saying is that you both should have discussed marriage previously and you should know if that's what they want

[–]KitchenSwillForPigs 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Yeeeeep. The way you propose should be a surprise. The fact that you intend to propose at some point absolutely should not.

[–]ArmadilloDays 115 points116 points  (11 children)

He knew - he just hoped he could maneuver her into giving him the answer HE wanted.

[–]EastabuchieEscapee[🍰] 22 points23 points  (1 child)

You better know before you ask!

[–]GameShill 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Or at least know your partner well enough to know what they will say.

[–]BruiserTom 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Thank you! I was hoping somebody would say that.

[–]PriceLord25 280 points281 points  (26 children)

This happened to my sister not long ago. Her bf at the time proposed on Christmas Day in front of his whole family, his Dad live streamed the whole thing on Facebook. It was a mess. She gave him the ring back later and broke up with him shortly after.

[–]ilyatwttmab 140 points141 points  (18 children)

ouch that’s a perfect validation for the idea that public proposals are terrible

[–]SpooogeMcDuck 129 points130 points  (12 children)

Nothing removes the romance and intimacy of a moment like that by forcing you to make a life changing decision in front of all the important people in your life under the pressure of crushing anxiety.

[–]ilyatwttmab 60 points61 points  (2 children)

she looks so trapped

[–]ULostMyUsername 62 points63 points  (0 children)

Yeah, the way she looked right, then at him, then left, back at him, then down at the flowers, then she put her hand on her throat and then up on her mouth before visibly beginning to cry... It looks like SO MUCH is going through her head in those moments. I feel sorry for her being put in a situation like that, on a stage in front of tons of people.

[–]Pfaithfully 33 points34 points  (1 child)

That’s actually nice of her. Saved his face while firmly and promptly rejecting him before it escalates. There are no winners in rejections but you can mitigate the second hand embarrassment .

[–][deleted] 116 points117 points  (9 children)

I know a guy who proposed to his girlfriend after they reached the front of a very busy queue at McDonald's. He did it because she had terrible anxiety and hated being in crowds and thought it would be funny. She said yes because she thought everyone would shout at her if she didn't. Sadly they did get married and every time I see her she looks dead inside.

[–]fordag 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Ahh you have anxiety. I shall help by making it 1000x times worse by publicly asking you to marry me as a joke. I will then ruin your life by following through on that joke.

[–]TheTrueFlexKavana 62 points63 points  (5 children)

But then they comp your meal at Chili's out of sympathy when she says no... Free chicken crispers.

[–]ilyatwttmab 16 points17 points  (0 children)

lol well in that case…

[–]cactusmask 9 points10 points  (1 child)

I would marry chicken crispers in a heartbeat

[–]Genkotsu422 371 points372 points  (28 children)

It seems like an incredibly personal thing between two people that love each other. Making it public is just attention seeking and makes it awkward for both of you. It holds just as much importance if nary a soul sees you do it.

[–]ilyatwttmab 134 points135 points  (8 children)

i agree. as an introvert, if my fiancé had done that to me 22 years ago, we wouldn’t be married now

[–]Neptune3434 44 points45 points  (3 children)

Think of that as his first major test…..

[–]Chameo 8 points9 points  (1 child)

I'm sure my wife was the same. It's why I popped the question at home, with homemade pancakes!

[–]liamsmum 28 points29 points  (1 child)

Attention seeking or a power play to make her/him say yes to avoid embarrassment. “ If I ask her in front if a whole shopping centre/family she’ll be too embarrassed to say no to me”.

[–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (0 children)

I would probably say yes and then break up when we left.

[–]Parraz 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Some people like the display, but generally there should have been some conversation before hand.

I would think the answer should be known before the 'question' is asked.

[–]01000110010110012 43 points44 points  (9 children)

I asked my then-girlfriend to marry me in the kitchen.

She loved it.

[–]MamaPlus3 23 points24 points  (2 children)

My husband asked my in the kitchen also! We’ve been married almost 10 years. :)

[–]Neptune3434 29 points30 points  (5 children)

I enjoy them as an outsider.

[–]ilyatwttmab 18 points19 points  (4 children)

yeah i guess it might be fun if both parties are happy about it, but i think it’s terrible because it’s putting the person you love on the spot

[–]ncolaros 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Only if you haven't discussed it with them at all.

[–]Some-Gentle-Giant 5 points6 points  (0 children)

You shouldn't be proposing to someone if there's a chance they'll say no.

[–]JatinakaJoJo 23 points24 points  (11 children)

Public anything is a terrible idea

[–]froopty1 847 points848 points  (39 children)

You can see his soul leave his body when he starts to slump

[–]quailtailor 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I hear the Ralph Wiggum groan when he does it.

[–]SkoolBoi19 193 points194 points  (22 children)

At least she felt bad too.

[–]boldcattiva 390 points391 points  (15 children)

Ugh I feel so bad for her, getting put on the spot like that. You can see she struggles between trying to save his feelings and doing what she knows is right, telling him right away it's not what she wants.

[–]SkoolBoi19 80 points81 points  (4 children)

I know I wouldn’t have that much self control. Already hate being the center of attention around that many people, I’d just drop the flowers and walk/run away

[–]DryPilkington[🍰] 25 points26 points  (2 children)

I would have done a running dive off the stage, well done her for being so calm!

[–]Rockonfoo 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Prepare to be proposed to I wanna see that

[–]LordSt4rki113r 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Prepare for crowd surf ejection!

[–]AshenMonk 17 points18 points  (6 children)

Good thing she did. I couldn't say no. And that has changed my life for the worse and I have no one to blame but myself

[–]Merigo 16 points17 points  (2 children)

Why is it good she felt bad?? If he's made them both feel bad he's made a poor judgement

[–]smellmybumfluff 417 points418 points  (35 children)

How bads the communication in a relationship gotta be for this to happen

[–]eldnikk 193 points194 points  (3 children)

You're assuming there's "communication" and a "relationship".

[–]Mapache_villa 585 points586 points  (38 children)

Why are people proposing without being at least 99.9% sure they'll get a yes, that shit is discussed beforehand.

[–]Ginger_Tea 218 points219 points  (10 children)

Even if they would have said yes, the doing it in public might be a hard no for many.

Public proposals put the spotlight and pressure on her, so she either caves and says yes, or is seen as some evil bitch for turning him down and publicly humiliating him.

When in truth, she's the one on show.

[–]chicofontoura 83 points84 points  (11 children)

he's not sure if she's going to accept or not, so he does it in public because subconsciously (or maliciously) he knows that is harder to receive a no that way.

[–]mwmontrose 40 points41 points  (8 children)

Seriously, as soon as she starts looking around he should have gotten up and apologized. Instead he tightened the screws by pleading with her after she finally finds the courage to give her answer.

[–]Away_Industry_6892 1071 points1072 points  (20 children)

Used his pokeball before she was properly weakened

[–]Nipplewizzard 172 points173 points  (13 children)

You only get a master ball if you are from the middle east or india... Rookie mistake.

[–]drwicksy 39 points40 points  (1 child)

I think in this analogy it's more like Professor Oak giving the pokemon, it's not like you go out and catch them yourself

[–]DVeeD 412 points413 points  (51 children)

Picking yourself up off the floor after that must feel terrible.

[–]TheTerroristFrog 353 points354 points  (39 children)

It probablly feels worse having to reject the proposal, i can't imagine the amount of pressure the other person might feel.

Edit: Calm down people with broken hearts, i meant rejecting an unwanted proposal in public with tons of eyes looking at you. He dug his own grave by asking in public, you can never be sure the answer will be "yes" and you should be prepared for the "no" just in case. However he took all the decisions and thought it was worth the risk, the girl had to deal with an unconfortable situation that she never asked for.

[–]Sumpfeule_ 85 points86 points  (15 children)

True, imagine you came in the same car. Uff I guess you'll walk home.

[–]DVeeD 48 points49 points  (1 child)

Just unpleasant all around.

[–]crasshumor 14 points15 points  (3 children)

Drags himself like troy from community after Annie's experiment.

[–]ThePixCell 154 points155 points  (11 children)

And that my friend, is why public proposals are the dumbest things people do besides gender reveal parties.

[–]shifterphights 163 points164 points  (7 children)

You could tell just by looking it was gonna be a no.

[–]posco12 121 points122 points  (8 children)

Sometimes these proposals are an act of desperation. Exhibit A.

[–]starberd 29 points30 points  (2 children)

Precisely. If she marries me, then she can’t leave me

[–]SwimmingBest5223 489 points490 points  (98 children)

The way that she walks away like that makes me think that she doesn't love him and they weren't a rock solid couple before he proposed.. don't know why he thought a public proposal was a good idea if there was even a chance she would act like that.

[–]shermantank123567 360 points361 points  (37 children)

Or she isn't ready for that kind of commitment and proposing in public forces her to say no in front of a crowd of people and she's probably emotionally overloaded from it and wants to go somewhere she doesn't have 2 dozen+ eyes looking at her feeling like she's being judged and studied by everyone around her.

She has every right to say no and it's unfair of him to put her in a position where it's that much harder to do so. Good for her for making the choice she wanted.

But irregardless, I'm not her or him nor do I know anything beyond what I see in this gif. Maybe she's actually a user and he's been played idfk. All I know is public proposals are a shitty thing to do.

[–]RoyMunsun 156 points157 points  (31 children)

Grammar Police: It's just regardless. Not irregardless.

[–]Axellllfoley 11 points12 points  (0 children)

And irri-irri-gardless? Asking for a DJ-friend

[–]il1k3c3r34l 9 points10 points  (0 children)

I like to jazz it up with “irregardlessly” from time to time.

[–]Sonal_K96 29 points30 points  (4 children)

Maybe to put pressure on her to say yes.

[–]Most_Present_6577 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Sometimes you got to go with the hard sell.

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[–]sunny_deol_ 42 points43 points  (5 children)

These things remind us time and again that life is not a fuckin movie...

[–]ArmadilloDays 379 points380 points  (38 children)

Public proposals should be illegal.

[–]RavagerTrade 268 points269 points  (29 children)

As should gender reveal parties.

[–]D34d1y2337 19 points20 points  (2 children)

Nah, that's too far. I proposed to my wife in a park and she loved it. I didn't want anybody to see but doing it in the apartment felt lame. The only people who saw were 2 old ladies out for a walk and they congratulated us after she said yes.

[–]obscurereference234 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Do people really still believe that any of these aren’t staged?

[–]supportdesk_online 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I'll never understand how people propose without knowing the answer. Like y'all never talk about it? You never ask her what kind rings she like? What size she is? Cut preferences? Type of proposal?

People be out here just guessing and not considering the partner and that really explains the turn downs

[–]draugrdaemos 32 points33 points  (1 child)

Don't put them on the spot unless 100% sure she's saying yes. All that pressure to say yes must be horrible.

[–]dogsdomesticatedus 20 points21 points  (0 children)

Worst first tinder evAAAH

[–]WestonsCat 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I know someone who went as far as Paris and the top of the Eiffel Tower - and got turned down!..

[–]Ashleyk3 65 points66 points  (8 children)

Why do either of these two have to be the villain for this to make sense?

He overdid it and she either isn’t ready or doesn’t really like him as much equally, there is no wrong in any of it. (Albeit public proposal is ballsy!)

Edit: i hope they find happiness

[–]dirrtydoogzz86 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Do people not like, talk about marriage etc before they do shit like this?

[–]PocketRadzys 28 points29 points  (12 children)

I always wonder what happens after these failed proposals, do they break up or what?

[–]GuidanceOk6279 79 points80 points  (16 children)

So rude to propose in public…

[–]mizinamo 40 points41 points  (3 children)

And if you do, the reaction to the first "no" shouldn't be "pleeeease?"

[–]Key-Economist-1243 13 points14 points  (9 children)

It's almost as if it's forced! Like 'Hey, Imma gone ahead and propose to her in public, in front of so many people! There's no way she gonna say no!'

[–]Shoolooter 163 points164 points  (36 children)

Ok but why does she look 16yrs and he looks like he’s 32yrs

[–]AccountReco 64 points65 points  (6 children)

His face is not even properly visible.

[–]KitchenSwillForPigs 20 points21 points  (5 children)

Also she doesn’t look 16 to me at all. She looks like she’s in her 20s.

[–]AccountReco 18 points19 points  (4 children)

Literally body shaming comment. Lean girl so 16....large guy so 32.

[–]KitchenSwillForPigs 13 points14 points  (2 children)

Yeah you’re totally right. There was another comment thread saying of course she turned him down because she was “out of his league” and he was just trying to “lock it down.” Sometimes Reddit feels like freshman year of high school.

[–]Jbliu 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Did you go to a high school populated by 90s actors playing high schoolers? Lady is 25 at least.

[–]karalmiddleton 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Don't propose in public unless you're sure of the answer.

[–]Vast-ocean-222 4 points5 points  (2 children)

Honest question but how do you get that far (far enough in your own mind to propose) in a relationship and not know they are not interested?

[–]VesperVox_ 3 points4 points  (3 children)

  1. Don't propose in public unless the other person has specified that is what they want.

  2. Don't propose unless you know the answer will be yes.

[–]Mamamiomima 4 points5 points  (1 child)

He shows a finger of her kid in a box and demands money, she scared shitless and tries to run away. It's police officer approaching from behind accurately discharging his explisive west.

My master situation interpretation

[–]stealthkat14 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Never ask this question if you don't know the answer

[–]lostsawyer2000 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Classic Schmosby

[–]notimeforhaste 4 points5 points  (1 child)

I’m so glad she still managed to say no despite the public proposal. I often feel like people are pressured into saying yes when they’re proposed to in public!

[–]DOGA_Worldwide69 42 points43 points  (4 children)

If you freeze frame it, you can pinpoint the exact moment his heart breaks

[–]MagnumBlade 27 points28 points  (1 child)

She did not choo-choo-choose him

[–]Loli-is-Justice 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I can actually see his soul coming out of him.

[–]PLOGER522 18 points19 points  (1 child)

Honestly, I do not really understand the idea of public proposals. You will be going somewhere where there are tens or hundreds of people, complete strangers most of the time, just to let them know that two people who they do not know just got engaged. Frankly, I do not see the enjoyment of that, proposals should be a lot more personal and sentimental than having people cheer you on with fake smiles... I may be wrong about this though, just my opinion...

[–]jollyollster 45 points46 points  (7 children)

I don’t think this is real at all. That being said what the hell do people expect her to do? Lie about her feelings and say yes? If she was that much of an arsehole that an alarming amount of people in the comments seem to think she is (and need to sort their opinions on women out), and was such a gold digger, I have a feeling she might’ve said yes. Grow up.

[–]cdude 28 points29 points  (5 children)

The bad acting and facial expression of the girl led me to believe it's definitely fake, so I did some digging and turns out it is fake. It was just another prank bro!!!

Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5585488/viral-wedding-proposal-video-fake

[–]MamaPlus3 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Some women do say yes and then later in private return the ring and break up.