We didn’t make this but I feel so flattered by it I could cry a little bit.
We’ve seen a lot of outrageous wedding proposals in 2015. Ones that involved marching bands, Harry Potter, proposing at another person’s wedding and a particularly creepy proposal that required elaborate video editing. Just when we thought we were done with them for the year, one man decided to propose to his…
Highly public marriage proposals have become a matter of global nuisance, but none more so than one which greatly inconveniences innocent bystanders. From Istanbul comes the great news of one such event.
A Texas man flew his girlfriend all the way to goddamn England to propose marriage at a specific train station that appears in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Only he arrived and discovered that the goddamn trains weren't running, and so he had to improvise. (His backup plan involved taking the bus.)
"This is the TNT cypher," says Kenny Smith, introducing this incredibly delightful five minutes of the Inside the NBA men struggling to keep up with Nicki Minaj.
This is clearly a sign from some form of higher being that we need to seriously take it down a notch with these over-the-top marriage proposals before someone gets seriously injured.
Say you're in a relationship and your girlfriend is looking for a job. Do you A) Support her in her search and send along leads? B) Be there for her but recognize that this is something she must do one her own. Or C) Let her spend weeks preparing for an interview that's a hoax?
You know what goes nicely with a heartfelt declaration of love? A small swarm of dogs. Meet the latest thing in stunt marriage proposals!
Charles and Ray Eames, the visionary couple behind the chair you're currently sitting in, also have a pretty fantastic love story.
We often highlight the astoundingly bad emails dudes can spit out. But obviously not all guys are bad email apples; some, in fact, know how to put the internet to very good use. Like the fellow who asked Jezebel to deliver a special message to his girlfriend.
Have you asked a man to marry you yet? Well so far, not very many of you say you'd do it. One woman who actually went through with it? Marina Maiuri, who appeared on the Today show this morning in post-proposal bliss with her intended, Sean Smith (Congrats, kids!). The segment was short but sweet, but the feature that…