From the downright weird to the eye-wateringly cringey, here are 15 wedding proposals which will make you yearn for simpler times.
It's a valiant effort working towards our hearts through the heavenly food-stuff that is pizza but yes, it is too cheesy... by which I mean where are the toppings? Oh what, I'm not good enough for toppings?
I can only hope that there is an elaborate inside joke here that I'm missing, because all I"m seeing is a wedding ring jammed over a packet of mild sauce. Fair play though, it does say 'Will you marry me?' on the packet... actually I don't know why I'm defending this.
I believe that this proposal was an entry for a competition. Regardless, they got married after a proposal outside a port-a-loo, I can only hope it was worth it, but I doubt it.
Because nothing says 'respect the sanctity of marriage' like your internet service provider.
I've stared at this photo for hours now hoping to find in what way it is being ironic. Alas, I have had to come to the conclusion that it is not, and that this is a completely serious proposal put up for the actual real-world purpose of convincing someone to spend the rest of their life with you. I'm sure it worked just fine.
Or, maybe he was right and it's not actually a proposal but a horrific existential question about the nature of happiness... am... I... happy? Probably just misspelled 'marry' though really.
I wasn't aware before starting this list that there was such an obsession with men using toilets as vehicles for proposals. Also, it probably says more about me that I wouldn't be marrying this horrible guy because he writes his 'm's weirdly.
Okay, so I had to look up what SNES meant and I don't expect anyone to get it but all that aside, I think this one's probably actually the cutest one on the list. Really regret writing that SNES joke now but I've stuck with it.
Okay so I'm not entirely sure that this is a proposal of marriage, but it's definitely a proposal, and it's weird as heck. This is like a message left by a psychopath, imagine reading this in the middle of the night. Also, it's a bit lazy that they gave up on the watermelon and just wrote on the fruit as opposed to stacking into a word, bit of a copout if you ask me.
This just smacks of last minute thinking. Either that, or it was written by an emotionally abusive Yoda.
She would probably be better quickly swallowing the ring and pretending she had never seen it. 'What ring? I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about?'