In the middle of an Atlanta Hawks game on Tuesday night, Gucci Mane surprised his girlfriend Keyshia Ka’oir by popping the question on the dreaded Kiss Cam. The results were not cheesy this time.
Russell Wilson popped the question to Ciara and now they are engaged to be married definitely just because they are in love and not because they want to bone.
Here is a rule we all ought to be able to follow: If you want to marry someone and they have not asked you yet, ask them to marry you. Do not, under any circumstances, issue an ultimatum.
Everyone grieves differently. Everyone grieves differently. Everyone grieves differently. Let’s all try to keep that in mind as we dive into a truly unique story. A man named Josh Thompson has proposed to his girlfriend—postmortem.
The internet has shown us many a strange marriage proposal. Some lackluster, some weird and some, straight up frightening.
Ask, as the saying goes, and you shall receive. A reader requested that we solicit stories from women who have gotten down on the proverbial bended knee to ask for their partner’s hand in marriage. And while there were a lot of stories about accidentally proposing (“Do you think we should get married?” “Sure.”) and…
Welcome to Pop The Question, a weekly space to dissect every aspect of wedding madness. Each Tuesday, we’ll ask a question (sometimes there might even be a poll!), you’ll share answers and stories, and then we’ll bring you the best of the bunch on Thursdays. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll fly into a total rage over…
Even if you normally detest public proposals, this one might warm your aortic chambers, especially if you’re a diehard Love & Basketball fan.
A month ago, I was at my best friend’s wedding and joked to my partner about how funny it would be if we took a moment during the reception to propose to each other. We laughed and laughed and laughed. And then we checked to make sure that no one had been sent to kill us. Because no one even thinks about fucking up…
Covering everything you've ever loved (public proposals, The Bachelor, Chris Harrison and the 'Gram) in one fell swoop, a man proposed to his girlfriend via Bachelor host Chris Harrison's Instagram account today – and SHE SAID YES.
As a reminder that you'll probably die alone looking into a mirror, whoever makes up holidays has deemed March 20th National Proposal Day, leaving you with less than 24 hours to find someone, anyone to propose to you and validate your entire existence. Here are some fun facts about that proposal you're not getting!
There's nothing like a public proposal to get you in the mood for some holy matrimony. (Not really.) And especially if the proposal, as romantic as it is, comes 12 minutes into a Q&A session for Ryan Gosling's new film at SXSW. Tears, joy, secondhand embarrassment you can reach out and actually feel—it's all here!
This is Dean Smith. He really, rilly loves his lady, Jennifer. On Jennifer's birthday last year, he realized he wanted to get married—but he couldn't just propose, now could he? Bo-ring. That's not going to get anyone's attention. And attention is what matters, which is why Dean crafted something truly chilling.
It's always interesting to see the common threads in response to the Pop The Question topics. This week, you shared your stories of saying no to a proposal of marriage; one scenario, in particular, surfaced over and over and over again: The old we were broken up, he swooped in with a ring to win me back chestnut.
Welcome to Pop The Question, a weekly space to dissect every aspect of wedding madness. Each Tuesday, we'll ask a question (sometimes there might even be a poll!), you'll share answers and stories, and then we'll bring you the best of the bunch on Thursdays. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll fly into a total rage over…
I've a bone to pick with you about the response to this week's Pop The Question, on the subject of Valentine's Day proposals and weddings: Everyone was far too nice. This is the internet, people! Where is the outrage? Why aren't you screaming at one another and indicating that you are so doing by the employment of…
When the Hallmark Channel tweets out "fun facts" you can be sure it is with regards to something utterly clichéd. And what could be more clichéd than a Valentine's Day proposal? It's a thing that the Wedding Industrial Complex goes all in on, devoting ad dollars and an unknowable number of proverbial column inches…
Is that a look of horror or the beginning of a joyous smile? It's always hard to tell how these things will go.
On Wednesday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Kimmel invited a "random" audience member onstage for a Hollywood Blvd. scavenger hunt that ended in DIAMONDS and LOVE. Made a lot more endearing by an awkward spotlight fuck-up and the only guy in an Elmo suit who will ever make you smile. Everybody cry on three!
There's a lot of scoffing and scorn out there for theatrical marriage proposals, but viral videos or hidden cameras are usually harmless. Cheesy and annoying to observers, perhaps, but ain't no thing between the betrothed. In Japan, however, we are faced with something quite different.