OH, to be proposed – the day we’ve been dreaming of since childhood.
We imagine our spouse kneeling in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the capital of love, or during a candlelit dinner to celebrate our anniversary.
However, a boyfriend seemed to have gone a bit too hasty when he held the picturesque ceremony and instead proposed to the love of his life at … Asda, local.
The gut woman posted her story on Netmums.
“I’m sorry but will,” she wrote.
” everywhere why is there? ” the romantic gesture left her completely confused.
While we’re not entirely sure if she said ‘yes’ or not, she did say she loved him.
But the proposal annoyed her: ”He didn’t even make the slightest effort to make this special for me! ”
The rest of the readers were just as confused as the bride-to-be.
Someone said, maybe he does it to remind that true love doesn’t mean always splurging on lavish gifts: ”Maybe he wants to do it in a place that’s too ordinary, to show you that he loves you ‘in a normal way’.
” That you don’t need anything big and lavish to show love, because love is found in the end in everyday moments. ”
Another husband agreed: ”It doesn’t really matter how the proposal goes, frankly. ”
He also added that he asked the big question while his wife was going to the toilet and the two have been happily married for 13 years.
”You’re the one he wants to marry. Enjoy the experience as it is. ”
Others have tried to look at the issue a little deeper and offer their own explanations.
” Is there a love song playing on the tannoy?
“Maybe the bright lights influenced him in that moment…or maybe he just watched you buy a frozen lasagne and became overwhelmed with love for you”, are options that suggested by a reader.
There were also people sharing their romantic proposals, with one revealing: ”I proposed at a funeral. ”
Another wife wrote: ”My husband proposed on a tennis court outside, I said he proposed, it was a wet windy night and he said “I have something for you”, withdrawing. a ring box and said “you’re getting married. me?”
” It’s cold, wet, I’m wearing my joggers, my fleece headband and I can barely feel my fingers! ”
She also added: ”I should warn you that this could be a sign for the future, so if you are someone who wants flowers and romantic gestures you should start training him/telling him. him right now what do you want from him! ”
But, as one reader pointed out, it doesn’t really matter in the grand scheme of things.
”He proposed, maybe because he wants to spend the rest of his life with you, isn’t that enough? ”
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4197543/boyfriend-proposes-asda-no-effort/ My boyfriend proposed to me in Asda and I’m so sad he didn’t try to make it special at all