Monday, June 25, 2012

Would you have the heart to say 'No' if your boyfriend proposes to you this way?


A guy created this lovely Sand Art for his fiancée and of course she said Yes. Who wouldn't? 

Our Nigerian guys need to learn a thing or two. 

8 comments:

  1. Whats more important, the proposal or the marriage?

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  2. I rather have a messed up proposal and lived married happily ever after than have an elaborate proposal and have a messed up marriage or divorce. Just saying.

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  3. @Ripple, I agree oh, but wouldn't it be great to have such a romantic proposal? The marriage is definitely more important but nothing stops the journey to it from being beautiful.

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  4. Ripples is very correct, all these useless over romantic people that don't face the reality of life. That's why they get divorced after only 2 years. Na by the proposal. (SMH)

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  5. Just cos the proposal is romantic doesn't mean they don't plan to live together forever. Anyway most of you would be typical Nigerian women who spend their whole lives in mentally n physically abusive homes just so you can say I hv been married for 5 .10 years. Nansense. While I do not support divorce, u had beeter swallow ur nansense pride and admit ur marriages are over. At least in the case of the white ppl, they don't lie to themselves. (Note not everyone de suffer o, I am only refering to suffering n smiling ppl)

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  6. @Anon 12:51, the problem with the 'modern' day woman is that she's not ready to endure and patiently find a solution to the problems in her home. There's no home without their own unique issues. If people keep leaving their marriages, what is the guarantee that the next marriage will be better? I'm just saying, it's better to suffer, smile and find solutions to problematic marriage than to keep jumping from one marriage to another.

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  7. I think a Nigerian girl would prefer if he proposes with a Range Rover Sport. It is less messy and the love is more real from her point of view

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