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When you hear the words marriage proposal certain images pop into your head like flowers, champagne, candles, even the occasional beautiful backdrop with mountains and streams. Although this is a highly fantasized version, this is what people have come to understand as the romantic proposal. However, Taylor Baum took a very different approach when he decided to ask...

We all know that flowers are a sure-fire way to a girl’s heart, but did you know that just being near flowers can give you a better chance at successful romance? French psychologists recently conducted a study to test this phenomenon. They had five attractive men stand in front of a shoe repair shop, a cake shop, and a florist shop and ask 600 women for their phone numbers. They began by introducing themselves, complimenting the lady’s looks, and then asking for her phone number to go out for a drink. Turns out, the men were most...

Sometimes, it can pay off to have your kids help you fight your battles. As opposed to making it a public event, James Thompson chose to propose to his fiancé, Hana Jones, in a much more personal way. He put their newly-born daughter, Harley Violet, in a pink onesie with the question “Will you marry my Daddy?” on it. Jones said that “There were a lot of tears...

Over the weekend, Elly Steinmetz and David Lewis decided to stay together forever and became fiancés. Since they had a date at the same place years earlier, they decided to go to the local Krispy Kreme to celebrate. They only asked for five doughnuts and a picture, but the store went above and beyond by surprising them with dozens of doughnuts. Steinmetz said, “They...

At 72 and 71, Carol and Bill show us that you never forget your first love—even after waiting fifty four years to say “I do.” Watching them in an ABC news interview, the pair looked more like a gushing teenage couple than a couple who parted ways decades ago. At the age of 18, Carol met Bill (who was 17 at the time) on a blind date in high school. Although Carol’s parents disapproved of the relationship, they kept dating. Shortly after Bill’s enlistment in the army, Carol gave in to her parent’s wishes and ended the relationship....

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She said “I do”….at a public library. Jason had planned an elaborate proposal for his girlfriend Molly in the Thomas Hughes Children’s Library. Sharing a great love of books and libraries Jason couldn’t think of a more perfect place to pop the question. With much planning, Jason wrote a book about how the pair met and had it bound and hidden within the shelves of the library to be checked out by none other than Molly herself. With some help, Molly “found” their story and she said YES! It’s...

  The hardest part about internet dating is keeping the names straight and also the part where we all die alone. Sometimes it’s just easier to go out with someone you meet in the real world, which brings me to the subject of Hot Guy. This guy was as hot as the night is coated in Ambien. I don’t normally go out with hot guys; I go out with creative geniuses....

With prom time rapidly approaching, teens are getting very creative with how to ask their sweethearts and crushes. In Maryland at the Centennial High School one teenage boy pours his heart out in song and asks his friend to prom. Bobby Chin, accompanied by his friend Kevin Qin on the guitar, serenaded his friend Sofia with Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.” With a rose tucked behind his ear Bobby sang out in a crowd of students a rendition of the charming song which went like this: “Hey Sofia, I want you to know that I met you about...

It was a second date and we were having drinks at place called Spitz: Home of the Doner Kabob. First of all what the hell kind of name is Spitz. That’s like calling your restaurant Fartz. If wine-soaked memory serves this place is known for their meats on sticks and blasting sports at top volume, in other words extremely romantic. But thank God the Chianti was good....

When we think of Breakfast at Tiffany’s it is hard not to think of the iconic portrayals of Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard, but excited Broadway audiences are giving it a try. The Cort Theatre officially opened their new production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s on March 20th. The show has been in preview since March 4th. Transforming Truman Capote’s novella into a new stage production isn’t...