If you’ve been sleeping too well lately and need some fresh nightmare gasoline, you’ve come to the right place. When I read this proposal story, my jaw literally fell to the ground. It’s truly far worse. Honestly, I’m not really into extra proposals in the first place, but often I can at least smile and gesture and say how cute the latter are. Maybe hot air balloons aren’t my thing, but I try not to judge. Except today. Today I’m judging.
In 2019, it’s really not strange to affection true-life crime. We even have a podcast about it, and there are literally a million documentaries on Netflix and other streaming services. With that being said, I’m not a fan of this trend of fetishizing crime and executioners. There’s a big difference between being interested in serial gunmen and going horny when you think about them.
Our bride-to-be today is a fellow true crime lover, but apparently she’s in the latter clique who takes things a little too far. She posted on Facebook about her suggestion, where it quickly went shared in marry shaming groups, which is where I find it. Yes, I am in multiple uniting shaming Facebook groups. No, I will not be answering any further questions.
( The grey area on the right is where the couple posted a selfie and a photo of the ring, which I blocked out because my healer says I need to be kinder to parties .)
I’m sorry, I need a f* cking instant. I don’t like one chip of what’s happening in this proposal floor. First off, if a follower EVER tried to wake me up at 4:30 in the morning, me slaughtering him “wouldve been” next large-scale true-life crime miniseries. To be honest, even if there is an intruder in the house, please just let me sleep. Maybe it’s my time to go. All I know is that I’m not meant to be awake at 4:30 am.
But aside from the sh* tty day here, the real issue is him LYING ABOUT AN INTRUDER IN THE HOUSE. If a boy ever, ever, EVER did this to me, I rightfully don’t even know how I would act. All I know is that I certainly would not end up participated to this man. He would probably end up dead, or at least seriously wounded. I simply can’t even see that somebody would think this is a good meaning, and that someone else would be equally elicited to be proposed to in this manner.
Me learning this whole deranged Facebook post:
And then my first issue :
I’d too like to point out that having that numerous candles on the floor seems like a flaming hazard, but these two probably have an arson fantasy that they’re just waiting for the honeymoon to try out. To each their own, but I am not a fan of this whole proposal story. At least these two met one another, and may they have a long, glad life full of interloper scares.
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