Failed Proposals

My opinion about this video that I watched at Yahoo! News last night: Failed Proposals

We all know that a man is very reluctant to leave his bachelor’s type of lifestyle.

But once he decided to propose a marriage to his girlfriend, you’ll know right then and there, he’s serious to spend the rest of his life with her.

He’ll make it as special as possible for sure.

Like go out for a dance night and ask the DJ to pass the microphone on you, so you can dedicate a song and propose on the dance floor.

Hire a skywriter to spell out your proposal for everyone around to see.

Take her at the place you first met and gather your family and friends, so they can witness the magical moment when you propose.

That’s the trend these days, the “cheesier” the more romantic it is, no doubt about that.

But what if the girl says “NO” then walks away after he raised the question?

What will happen next?

How this ‘supposed-to-be’ a magical and romantic moment can turn into the worst nightmare to a man’s life?

What could possibly go wrong to these proposals?

I don’t know the answers but imagining the embarrassment a man could receive after, it’s horrible!

Some may even say: “That girl is heartless!”, “What a bitch!”, and so on.

But let’s think again.

Is she really being a bitch?

For me, there’s always a reason why a woman will turn down an important proposal like this.

*And this is all my opinion.

1) They only been dating for weeks, months, or short span of time;

2) They have “trust” issues – e.g. the guy cheated on her but she give him another chance;

3) She’s not seeing herself spending the rest of her life with him;

4) Or simply, she’s not ready.

These are just some of the millions of reason out there.

But if you’re a guy and you want to make sure you will hear nothing but “Yes” when you propose to your girl, it’s not a bad idea to think about these things and consider it before you ask that one important question.

I’m not saying, I’m right. But if you have something to share or add, leave it on the comment box. I love to hear ideas from all of you.


'Let your feelings be known. They are important.' ~ Cherry Hartman

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