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(Metro)   If you want to tell young people why it's not good to include you in their wedding proposal, this is how you do it   (metro.co.uk) divider line 17
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2013-09-29 02:52:56 AM
It just smacks of attention whoring. I took my wife to a romantic spot we went to on our first date two years before and popped the question to her. For something like this, I think it should be private and meaningful instead of attention whoring at a big public event.
 
2013-09-29 03:07:47 AM

Mad_Radhu: I took my wife to a romantic spot we went to on our first date two years before and popped the question to her.


I'm a real romantic.  I did it on the phone.  And I was drunk.  And since I was in a bar, someone was probably flipping me off.  Still, it was a good decision.
 
2013-09-29 04:22:43 AM
The old lady was mad because the photographer was blocking her view.  Which I understand, except that it was a Rockies game.  In September.  The old lady should have been thankful that she was spared several seconds of the agony that is watching any Rockies game.

Or at least gotten over herself long enough for someone who isn't dead inside to get a picture of a milestone moment in their lives.
 
2013-09-29 04:27:56 AM
Public proposals are tacky.

Yes, they are. All of them.  Sorry.
 
2013-09-29 04:39:50 AM

Mad_Radhu: It just smacks of attention whoring. I took my wife to a romantic spot we went to on our first date two years before and popped the question to her. For something like this, I think it should be private and meaningful instead of attention whoring at a big public event.


What if they went to a baseball game for their first date?
 
2013-09-29 04:44:14 AM
At least they have a sense of humor about it. And now that older lady is famous. Everybody wins.
 
2013-09-29 04:51:39 AM
The girl to the left is more annoying than the old lady. Why does she have clutch her mouth that way?
 
2013-09-29 04:52:38 AM

Mad_Radhu: It just smacks of attention whoring. I took my wife to a romantic spot we went to on our first date two years before and popped the question to her. For something like this, I think it should be private and meaningful instead of attention whoring at a big public event.


Well maybe next time (or the time after that if he doesn't learn after the first few marriages) he'll pick a classier setting.
 
2013-09-29 04:56:33 AM
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2013-09-29 04:58:01 AM
We decided to get married in a restaurant.  It went kind of like this...

"Yeah, I could see getting married, you?"
"Yeah, that sounds ok."
"Cool, let's do it."

Pretty much the anti-attention whore.
 
2013-09-29 05:02:26 AM
Yeah, so this link has an invisible/hard to spot autoplay ad. Don't care what the link says. I hope that subby and the mod that green'd this die.
 
2013-09-29 05:03:40 AM
 
2013-09-29 05:06:30 AM
When I propose I think I'm going to do it while ice skating atop the surface of hell.
 
2013-09-29 05:13:41 AM

FatherChaos: Who greenlit this story for a second time?


I find it amusing that someone in that thread got so offended by my post about digital cameras and etiquette that they called me sugar balls.

/does not possess balls
//this story was barely worth the first green and definitely not worth a second
 
2013-09-29 05:38:36 AM

davidphogan: Mad_Radhu: It just smacks of attention whoring. I took my wife to a romantic spot we went to on our first date two years before and popped the question to her. For something like this, I think it should be private and meaningful instead of attention whoring at a big public event.

What if they went to a baseball game for their first date?


He said romantic. Jesus, proposing at a baseball game is as bad as it would have been for my cousin's fiancee to propose to her on the sideline of a godforsaken Saints game in the Supredome. To be honest, I'm kind of surprised he didn't.

/That biatch posts every detail of her life on facebook
//She can't even cut hair correctly, but she constantly advertises for her "salon services"
///Beauty school really paid off, I see
////Last week: "I'm buying a new Camaro! What color?!"
//Only important detail: manual transmission, which you can't drive, coont
 
2013-09-29 05:39:00 AM

mesmer242: FatherChaos: Who greenlit this story for a second time?

I find it amusing that someone in that thread got so offended by my post about digital cameras and etiquette that they called me sugar balls.

/does not possess balls
//this story was barely worth the first green and definitely not worth a second


Hey sugar tits, get a job
 
2013-09-29 07:23:31 AM
"The identity of the older woman is still unknown but the couple have said that if she comes forward, there's a wedding invite in it for her"

I'd invite her too and then make sure i told her what a ignorant biatch she is !.
 
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