8. The Foot Fetishist
We weren’t really dating, at least I thought. It was a causal thing in college. He had a weird foot fetish, and I’m still pretty sure he had at least one other girl on the side. He proposed to me at red lobster (who even takes a date to red lobster anyway?) before the food arrived.
The date was at 4pm. The senior citizens weren’t out yet.
He didn’t even get us a seat near the lobster tank.
Do I still need to say why I said no?
9. The “Testing The Waters” Proposal
My BF of about a year and a half proposed to me in the midst of a family dinner. We had never spoken of getting married at all; I was raised by my Dad and maybe because of that I never fantasized about weddings.
I didn’t exactly turn him down – I just said I needed a week to think this over. I didn’t marry him, and er are no longer together.
10. All The Shoes You Could Ever Want
I was going to a shoe store during my lunch break a few weeks ago on a Tuesday. I was looking at a nice pair of boots, but they were $89.99 and I did not wish to pay that much. I turned around to see an older man, probably mid 50’s (I am 22) and he proposed to me, saying that he would give me $3,000 if I say yes, and I could use it to buy all of the shoes I could ever want. I have ever seen this man before in my life.
11. Mickey D’s
My mother was proposed to on the second date, by a guy she met at a McDonalds.
Needless to say there weren’t any dates past that.
12. He Was Just Checking Boxes
It was a next logical step for him but not for me. It was like a formula – date for 2 yrs, live together for 2 so of course the marriage comes next. I think it was more of a progression for him rather than a ‘damn I better marry this girl.’ I trusted my instincts and said no. Twice.