Men who have proposed – Next to Brad, you are nothing.
Wow. That was American. 10/10 for effort though.
I dragged my missus round Coed Y Brenin looking for the perfect spot to propose. She kept saying she was tired and wanted to go back so I gave in and popped the question by an area of clearcut. Spent the rest of the ride being told ‘this/that/the other bridge over a waterfall would have been nicer’ etc……Posted 5 years agoglupton1976Member
I had planned to propose up a mountain in Glencoe on Hogmanay in 2004. However, in the pub, watching the football on the 28th of December she waited until half time and sparked up a conversation saying “I think we should get married”, my response was “aye, ok then” and we married on the 5th of March 2005. We still went to Glencoe for a couple of days but spent the whole time in the Clachaig, so everyone was a winner.
Who said romance is dead.Posted 5 years agorogerthecatMember
Wouldn’t work for me.
1. I’m a bit too northern.
2. I don’t have that many friends.
3. The ones I do have are all comparatively less weird
4. I know I’d get the memories wrong and it would be pointed out each time
5. Cleethorpes beach would have horizontal rain and chip wrappers being blown along
6. Mrs Cat would have told me to FRO as it would have been so out of character she would suspect I had done something sooooo very wrong that I needed to do all that stuff to compensate.
But good luck to Brad, you set the bar pretty high, looking forward to seeing what you do for birthdays, anniversaries and arrival of kids that’s not an anticlimax. 😀Posted 5 years agodefaultslipperMember
It would never work in this country because a) you wouldn’t find a parking space, b) you’d get mugged by some druggie in the tunnel and c) your tv would get nicked or explode in the rain. I would also agree that their friends looked weird in a mass suicide cult sort of way and the music suggests he is going to run off with a man called roger when he hits middle age.Posted 5 years ago
Well done for effort though and i do wish them luck. I proposed at the bottom of a waterfall when recovering from a snapped knee ligament- thankfully she said yes or i wouldn’t have been able to get back up!jambalayaSubscriber
fun yes, romantic no
A colleague of mine did a painting of a carrosel which cut it up into a jig saw – she put it together and then he gave his fiance the last few pieces which said will you marry me – their first date had been to the fair and she loved puzzles. I’d say that tops the goofy dancing by some margin.Posted 5 years agojambalayaSubscriber
I proposed at the bottom of a waterfall when recovering from a snapped knee ligament-
going for the sympathy vote ? 😉
I proposed on the anniversary of us being together 20 years, I was quite pleased with myself really – based on my track record that’s in the stratosphere romantically speakingPosted 5 years ago29erKeithMember
I proposed at the Taj Mahal while she was sat on the “Diana seat” she was pretty surprised.
I did nearly get the engagement ring confiscated at security though and threatened with being arrested if I did it, had me sweating a bit.
All turned out well in the end thoughPosted 5 years agoDracSubscriber
I have no recollection of how I proposed, which means 2 possible things.
I didn’t and we just decided what the hell or I was massively intoxicated but it’s rare I forget anything when I’m drunk.
Anyway the girl in the red short and grey T-shirt is the one I’d be proposing to.Posted 5 years ago
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