Farmer Proposes To Girlfriend With Ring On Cow Udder
Depending on what type of person you are, you either love a dramatic proposal or you hate them.
With the rise of social media, people have been posting their sometimes elaborate sometimes tame ways of proposing to each other and it only encourages others to do the same.
But we're wondering if anyone will be copying this couple's beautiful moment.
Yep - that is an engagement ring on a goddamn cow's udder.
The farmer proposed to his wife-to-be using the bovine animal and let's bloody hope it let out a massive 'moo' when she said yes.
The proposal has been shared on the Facebook group 'That's It, I'm Ring Shaming', which essentially just rips into people about their terrible ring or proposal method.
One person wrote: "This is UDDERLY terrible. Sorry had to go for it. But really this is gross."
Another added: "How dairy propose like that?!"
I mean, the proposal method is just asking for cow and milk related jokes so that's not surprising.
Now, if you thought that was a strange way to ask the person of your dreams to spend the rest of your life with you, then you don't know how weird some people can be.
Behold the man who asked his girlfriend to marry him with a sausage roll festive bake.
Tony is said to have done 'the most Geordie proposal ever' when he popped the question to his girlfriend outside a Newcastle department store Christmas window display in the UK.
The pair then swiftly popped over the road to Greggs - the bakery chain is situated opposite the department store, and is currently using their Christmas display for a cheeky marketing stunt.
Tony said he's been figuring out the best way to propose to Rebecca for years and finally got up the courage when the family was in front of the Fenwicks window.
He told the Newcastle Chronicle the proposal followed by a bake wasn't planned, but he was feeling a bit hungry and got one to calm his nerves.
Fortunately for Tony, Rebecca did say yes and after accepting the proposal, the whole family - the pair have two children - headed over to Greggs for some festive food.
He said: "I was hyper and I was starving, and when I turned around there it was - Greggs."
Maybe the subliminal window advertisement really works after all?
Featured Image Credit: That's It, I'm Ring Shaming/Facebook