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(Major League Baseball)   Yo dawg, I heard you love Marlyn so we let you propose to Marlyn at the Marlins game so you can watch the Marlins while you marry Marlyn   ( mlb.com) divider line
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4 days ago  
It's always best to propose marriage as an elaborate public spectacle, ideally in front of a crowd of thousands such as this. Under that pressure she is unlikely to refuse no matter what her wishes. That way your entire marriage can be tainted by the nagging worry that it was accepted due to emotional blackmail rather than a genuine desire to make a lifelong commitment in an instant in front of a stadium crowd.

Well done.
 
4 days ago  
CSB
My daughter was born at Harbor General hospital in Los Angeles and was named after my mother , Marilyn, but the Latina nurse took down her name as "Marlyn".  That's the name in her birth certificate but she changed it to "Marilyn" when she turned 18
 
4 days ago  
Oh, he got some that night
 
4 days ago  

Gordon Bennett: It's always best to propose marriage as an elaborate public spectacle, ideally in front of a crowd of thousands such as this. Under that pressure she is unlikely to refuse no matter what her wishes. That way your entire marriage can be tainted by the nagging worry that it was accepted due to emotional blackmail rather than a genuine desire to make a lifelong commitment in an instant in front of a stadium crowd.

Well done.


It was at the Marlins. There was maybe 100 people at the stadium. Much of those were players, coaches and umpires.
 
4 days ago  
1. Fake (because of course it is)
2. She's hot
3. Somebody somewhere is tired of her shiat


/hope they live a long, wonderful life together
 
4 days ago  

detonator: CSB
My daughter was born at Harbor General hospital in Los Angeles and was named after my mother , Marilyn, but the Latina nurse took down her name as "Marlyn".  That's the name in her birth certificate but she changed it to "Marilyn" when she turned 18


Family Guy - S03E01 - Meg, You Eighteen Yet?
Youtube lyV3HUFjmFM
 
4 days ago  

great_tigers: Gordon Bennett: It's always best to propose marriage as an elaborate public spectacle, ideally in front of a crowd of thousands such as this. Under that pressure she is unlikely to refuse no matter what her wishes. That way your entire marriage can be tainted by the nagging worry that it was accepted due to emotional blackmail rather than a genuine desire to make a lifelong commitment in an instant in front of a stadium crowd.

Well done.

It was at the Marlins. There was maybe 100 people at the stadium. Much of those were players, coaches and umpires.


He's right, you know.

/actually, you're both right
//public proposals are dumb
 
4 days ago  
Fake! Becasue no one is a fan of the Marlins
 
4 days ago  

booztravlr: detonator: CSB
My daughter was born at Harbor General hospital in Los Angeles and was named after my mother , Marilyn, but the Latina nurse took down her name as "Marlyn".  That's the name in her birth certificate but she changed it to "Marilyn" when she turned 18

[YouTube video: Family Guy - S03E01 - Meg, You Eighteen Yet?]


Meh
2/10
 
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