These marriage proposals are super awkward

If you’re the kind of person who has been dreaming of getting married since you were little, you have probably imagined your engagement and your big day a million times over. Perhaps you have created a wedding scrapbook Elle Woods would be proud of or even crafted the ultimate wedding mood board in honor of the legend herself, Monica Gellar.

Although many of us plan our marriage proposals to a T, this can prove pretty difficult if you’re not the one asking. While your significant other might listen to all of your ideas and create the dream that’s inside your head, it’s more likely that they will go their own way and create something they think – but they don’t know – that you will love.

It’s down to you to take in the magic and embrace what your significant other has created for you. After all, you love them, and that’s all that matters, right? Well, kinda. As one of the most important days of your life, your engagement is one of those moments that you want to be absolutely perfect. You want to be overwhelmed with flowers, showered in gifts, bathed in candlelight, and presented with an engagement ring that requires sunglasses on your perfect day. Alternatively, insert your own engagement dream here.

You’d also like to think that your S/O would choose a day that really means something to you – such as your anniversary or the day your first met. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to instill this romantic thought into their heads, so you just have to deal with what comes your way. Sadly, these people really didn’t know what was coming during these awkward marriage proposals.
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Hands up who loves Taco Bell? We’re gonna go ahead and assume that everyone has put their hands up because, in the words of R. Kelly, Taco Bell is the world’s greatest! A few years ago, the fast food giant decided to release limited edition packets of sauce that offered taco-lovers the chance to read a few random phrases. One of the most famous phrases from their moment of philosophical advertising contained the question, “Will you marry me?” So, one taco-lover decided to utilize what Taco Bell had given him to ask his girlfriend to marry him. A ring and mild hot sauce? She better have said yes… Or at least used that sauce on her fries.

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