Monday, July 29, 2013

TMI: Proposal

1. Do you believe in marriage?
I hope so, considering that I am. If he weren't in the military, however, I'd feel no urge to marry him. But moving, and being allowed base access, requires a piece of paper. 
2. Have you ever proposed marriage or been proposed to marry? What happened?
My husband took me out to cliffs overlooking the ocean. It was perfect place to either kill someone easily by pushing them off, or proposing. He chose the right option. 

3. What would be your dream way of proposing marriage?
Disneyworld. With some sort of show, with elaborate dancing and singing, including the characters, on Main Street. And of course, a list of reasons why marriage would kick ass with each other. 
4. What would be your nightmarish way of proposing marriage?
Throwing a ring box at someone and saying, "I already know your answer," while not even looking up from a video game or TV screen would suck. 
Also, a parent with a shotgun proposing marriage between two people wouldn't be my cup of tea.

5. Mainstream society has engagement rings; in your opinion, what token should be given to signify engagement?

I didn't really receive an engagement ring, more like my wedding ring when he proposed. So I don't have two rings. This worked for me. 
A contract promising sex at minimum twice a day would be a fantastic token of undying devotion and love. Also, alleviate any concerns that the intimate relationship would end when the marriage begins.
WillYouMarryMe6. What do you think would have happened to cause someone to have “Will you marry me?” on the back of their caravan?
A pregnancy and parental shotgun promise occurred, so they're proposing and showing the promise of where they'll raise their family. 
Bonus: Tell us about someone you would have proposed to but never had the chance/opportunity.
There hasn't been anyone that I've missed an opportunity to propose to. I've proposed to "my wife", but considering that we're both married, I didn't do it with a symbolic token like a ring. Also, we're not allowed to marry. Additionally, we both have husbands. But still, I proposed. 
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