There are a couple stories in the news about bad proposals.
Oliver Wright recently proposed to his girlfriend Kelly by arranging rocks at a London quarry to read: Will You Marry Me?. She saw the message during their daily walk. The couple met on a dating site. Kelly tells the Daily Mail, ''I was completely overwhelmed. We were walking along holding hands and it was a beautiful sunny morning then Oliver suddenly stopped. I looked at him, then looked down the cliff and that's when I saw it. I just froze, I couldn't believe it. Then I said "yes, yes, yes" and he went down on one knee and got the ring out. We went down to the bottom of the hill and Oliver pulled out a bottle of champagne from behind a rock and poured two glasses. We sat there and celebrated with a glass of champagne despite it only being 11 o'clock in the morning. Walkers at the top of the hill shouted down their congratulations to us. It was a really special moment and one I will remember for the rest of my life.''
Then there is the crème de la crème:
A man proposed to his girlfriend during a traffic stop in New London, New Hampshire. The man asked cops to help him propose and they agreed to help. Cops pulled over the car with him and his girlfriend in it. They asked him to get out and pretended to put handcuffs on him. They then patted him down and pulled something out of his pants… it was an engagement ring. The girlfriend went from being scared to being happy and said yes. Check out the video below.
Steve admitted that he came close to proposing once. He had everything all planned out and then never went through with it. He was going to take the girl to a rocky cliff area in California and propose to her at the exact spot her father proposed to her mother. He was going to say, "I have nothing to give you, except my love that will last forever." After the proposal, her parents would walk out and everyone would celebrate together. Aww.
Did you have a bad proposal, or was it perfect? How did he do it?