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“The Hangover 2,” “Fast Five,” and the Best Wedding Proposal of All-Time

Look, girls have it pretty tough. That whole childbirth thing? Not something a man wants to get anywhere within a 38-foot vicinity of. However, one thing guys do have to worry about is the proposal. If you’ve ever watched 15 minutes of any sitcom where even a secondary character gets married, you’ve been taught by society that all proposals must be big-time, goofy, endearing, hopelessly romantic, funny, and going from disaster to success in 30 seconds — and it must be all these things at once. Bar’s pretty high because of pop culture, no doubt.

So this guy in the video above really went all in here: fake movie trailer, aired on the screen, running into the theater, all that. Please note that as of posting, this has 435 dislikes. I guarantee you not a single one of them is a female.


  1. e. says:

    Am I in the right theater?
    Loved this!!
    A movie lover chick’s idea of awesomesauce! ;-P

  2. Eileen Kemen says:

    After a proposal like that she better not F@*k up!!

  3. Patrick Rose says:

    All I’m saying is that if he really loved her, he’d have run a bit faster.

  4. Chuck says:

    Ok. I have to say that even though I am a marriage hating bitter old fart. That was the sweetest thing I have ever seen.

    Good job young man.

  5. Johnothan Pedak says:

    Thankfully the theatrical release should be shorter.

  6. Jim Simonetti says:

    Wow I want a refund.

  7. Chris Hardwick says:

    (Homer Simpson voice)
    “Stop the MADNESS! Start the MOVIE!”

  8. KittyKatta says:

    Its not my cup of tea but I could see how it’s cute to some other girls. Personally I think it would be more effective if it was shorter, but obviously it wasn’t made for me so good for them.

  9. H3ather says:

    I’m female and this is pretty much my worst nightmare.

    Also, the cheesy acting in it made it seem like bad porn.

  10. Dear God, even my vagina got a little teary-eyed at that one.

  11. I knew my husband was going to ask I just didn’t know when. I never wanted anything over the top but was hoping for something a little romantic at least. One night while we were watching Law & Order SVU he just took the ring out & asked me on bended knee. I looked at him like you’re asking me to marry you during the John Ritter Baby killer episode, seriously? I said yes because I loved the fool even if he doesn’t have a romantic bone in his body.

  12. TheLoverly says:

    My husband bought into the over-the-top proposal nonsense and got down on one knee in the middle of a parade in front of hundreds of total strangers – while we were dressed as Nightwing and Oracle, no less. (NERDS!)

    I was super embarrassed by the whole thing, but obviously I forgave him because we’ve been married for two and a half years now.