Guy Hands Out Note Announcing His Pending Proposal On Flight, And The Internet Lands Jokes
Love in the Mile High Club!
Love is in the air... literally!! And for many finding the perfect way to propose is one of the most important things in life. Redditor u/pezmonkey2 took to Reddit to announce his for love before take off. Listen to the story...
At airport, just handed this... challenge accepted... good luck buddy. Standby for results... takeoff in 40.
Use your words carefully...
Rachel - I just want a plain proposal Andrew, nothing fancy.
Andrew - A plane proposal you say...
All I wanna do is grow old with you...
Gets inspired by the wedding singer scene https://youtu.be/l1A_X8VMIqU
You better hope she doesn't check Reddit while waiting and you ruin the surprise for her.
Do it before landing... just in case...
I'm thinking that'll be a really uncomfortable flight if she says no. Nowhere to run. Forced to sit together for hours.
Why are you watching me?
Haha I'm just imagining the girl is looking around the cabin and every person has their phone camera aimed at her like a Black Mirror scene. Wouldn't surprise me if she would freak out.
"Hey... do you mind swapping seats with me? Yeah, it's a middle seat, but my proposal just got rejected. I know I know I get it - leg room is an issue. Thanks. Do you mind tapping the person next to you? Thanks. Hey... do you mind..."
We need this!!
I just want to tell you both good luck. We're all counting on you.
Make it an ensemble piece...
Southwest and American Airlines would have the flight crew helping film along.
The gang is all here!
I'm so happy we all got to be part of this incredible moment!
I'm tearing up. So nice to see Andrew all grown up.
We'll always have Paris...
When I proposed during a trip to Paris I just pretended to be snapping a picture of us in front of a cathedral.
I put the camera on a 10 second timer, ran back and got on one knee. No photographer necessary.
She said yes and today my kids love looking at that photo. I hope OP's proposal has similar results!
Here you go! As you can see from her expression, I managed for it to be a total surprise. :)
C'mon now, a metal tube with 140 strangers and breathing in their recycled farts. That's top choice aphrodisiac.
Who the hell proposes on a plane? Of all the romantic settings in the world and all the public events, how is a plane what you decide on? What if she says no? Then you have to sit through the rest of the 90 minute cut of Ocean's 8 in awkward silence.
Shots all around!
So... what kind of shots did you get?
Show some Reddit love...
OP should not only text him the pictures, but also the Reddit thread. The new couple can memorialize this thread and look back on it 30 years from now. And that would be nice.
To everyone saying, "Until you look at the controversial comments." I think that makes it all the better. 30 years later you get to look back and laugh at stupid people calling you stupid. And then they say to themselves, "Yeah, that was kind of stupid, but I still love you for it." And then they laugh and continue on with their life.
Please film that!
I'm hoping he sings, like Adam Sandler in the Wedding Singer. And maybe Billy Idol is there too.
What could possibly go wrong? "Ladies and gentlemen can I have everyone's attention?! 4 years ago, I -" Air marshal tackles the crap out of the guy. Putting him in a coma.
And that plan is to propose to a woman who can't say no because she'll be trapped with him for hours.
Is this for me?
How many people received this card? How did he do it without her noticing?
Gotta say, I'm impressed with this dude. That's some quality paper right there with shiny gold borders. He splurged for that expensive cardstock and the attention to detail (fancy text, no spelling errors) is superb. This isn't a dude who printed this last minute at the office on that printer that jams all the time, this is a man with a plan.
SHE SAID YES!!!!
"It wasn't me!"
There's not much you can do when the righteous fist of the law comes down on you. Call it a mix-up, or call it a mistake, if someone's pegged you at the scene of a crime there's not much you can do but trust the justice system to prove you innocent. However, that's a gamble, and just because you've been given a "not guilty" doesn't mean the effects won't follow you for the rest of your life.
Reddit user, u/danbrownskin, wanted to hear about the times when it wasn't you, seriously, it was someone else, when they asked: