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Wizards Blindfolded Marriage Proposal

February 8, 2012 by staff 

Wizards Blindfolded Marriage Proposal, The reality of marriage proposed publicly is itself dangerous in the sense that she (or he) could say no. However a person intensifies that risk when he decides on a public proposal. Australian national television telecasted a real TV show where a man amazed his girlfriend of three years and proposed to her on stage.

Obviously she cried and ran out of the stage due to the sudden approach from her partner. In most time it is seen that because of the situation, proposal has been rejected. Another passerby named Juddi took it positively and said “I would immediately say yes.

I mean you’ve been jointly for three years and I can’t see being a couple that long and by no means discussing marriage. I know this was staged, although if I were in that state of affairs I just couldn’t say no in front of all those people.”

In another place same story happened in different color. At an Indiana Pacers-Washington Wizards game a gentleman used the end of a half-time competition to bring his girlfriend down to the court blindfolded. She went along under the supposition that she was playing a game where if she could discover a local bank’s lucky charm while blind folded that she would win free Wizards tickets.

The effects could be severe if proposals have been denied. A man has been taken under custody on doubt of the murder of his former girlfriend immediately five days after she denied his marriage proposal on a daytime television show.

Ricardo Antonio Navaro, 30, of Alicante, was arrested after Svetlana Orlova died on Monday from stab wounds to the neck. So marriage proposal is a very delicate issue and it may lose the essence of its beauty if it is disclosed publicly.

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