It’s amazing how often this happens…
He drops the engagement ring during proposal.
Sure he’s nervous, who wouldn’t be? His hands are sweaty, shaking, he gets down on one knee, all eyes are on him (and video cameras)… She’s excited, she cries, gasps, reaches out, there’s fumbling, and bam:
Down goes the ring.
Now he’s searching for it (and hoping it didn’t get dented or scratched), and the whole moment is ruined.
But it could be worse.
For many guys propose over precarious surfaces; like water, on a scenic overlook, a bridge, a boat, a drain pipe, skydiving, bungee jumping, swimming with sharks, on the pier…
And then if he drops the ring, it’s a goner.
$8,000 down the drain.
So whatever you do, whether you ask for her hand in marriage (and even during the wedding ceremony, as you’ll see below) on a cruise ship, an alligator pit, quicksand… Be leery of your surroundings and obstacles around you. Keep a good eye of where the ring would land if it fell or got bumped by an excited girlfriend. Otherwise, it might not end so well.
Even dropping the ring into her champagne glass during a romantic dinner could be disastrous. She could swallow the ring by accident.
So look where you are. Make sure it’s safe.
Unlike these poor guys whose marriage proposal didn’t go as planned. They missed the perfect shot. But it did impress upon YouTube. Made memories they didn’t expect.
So how did you propose?
Did things go smooth? Did you drop the ring?
What advice would you give to guys about to pop the question?
Let us know in the comments below.
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