There’s nothing like getting engaged to make you realize how little faith some people have in you.
Because nothing says “Let’s pledge to spend the rest of our lives together” like Zach Braff.
It feels like we can’t go on a road trip, vacation or post a photo together on Facebook without someone asking us to “put a ring on it already” or advising my boyfriend that he needs to “lock that down.”
Last night Sports Illustrated reporter Richard Deitsch asked people to tweet a picture of the single best moment of their life.
If you’re planning an engagement shoot, you probably want to set a romantic, emotional mood, and what better way than with a theme from a movie?
Though it looks super romantic for a character in a movie to propose at the top of the Empire State Building, in real life, the place is actually crowded with people trying to take pictures who are annoyed with you for taking up so much room.
While these stories of viral online proposals are pretty cute and a better use of the internet than, say, supercuts of models falling off of runways, they’re also part of an increasingly disturbing trend where every part of a relationship has to happen in public.
Don’t let the headline gross you out — this story, and others like it, is actually pretty sweet.
Perhaps it takes open-minded optimism about an uncharted future, or the wisdom (and maybe regret) of looking back, to be in a place where women consider proposing to a man not just socially acceptable, but also something they’d realistically do.