4 of the scariest marriage proposals
A wild ride
Ryan, a pilot from Chicago, decided to pop the question to his girlfriend, Carrie, by faking a plane crash. During the proposal, he led his beloved to believe they were pummeling to certain death.
Reading off the emergency checklist, Carrie realized it was an elaborate stunt when she got to: "initiate ring engagement procedure."
Somehow, she managed to swallow her stomach long enough to say yes.
Surprise! I'm not dead
Alexey, a stuntman from Russia, faked his own death in a horrifying car crash. His girlfriend, Irena, showed up at the bloody (but completely phony) site. After an actor/paramedic told Irena that Alexey was dead, she burst into tears.
Alexey then stood up, covered in fake blood, and asked her to marry him.
Irena said yes, but she revealed: "I was so cross I almost killed him again, but for real this time."
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Really bad catch
While standing on the edge of a several story building, Josh gathered his friends and girlfriend, Brooke, to make a big announcement
"I think it's about time I ask her a very important question," he said, as Brooke braced herself.
"Bobby, the ring please," Josh commanded, as a small box was tossed in his direction. But instead of catching it, he fumbled backwards, falling off the side of the building. Brooke screamed in terror, then ran to the edge.
She found John at the bottom, his fall broken by a planted air rescue cushion, along with signs, reading: "Will You Marry Me?"
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During a zombie run in Manila, a slew of the undead began to chase after John Funtanilla's girlfriend, Jaja, as she screamed in terror.Jaja tried to escape, but John pulled on her arm, forcing her to confront her brain-hungry fans.
With Jaja trembling in fear, John then got down on one knee, asking for her hand in marriage. The zombies watched from a short distance, romance twinkling in their eyes. Or maybe that was just the virus.
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