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Who says romance is dead? 

At a Vancouver Canucks game, a woman proposed to her boyfriend with the key to any man's heart: A bouquet of Doritos.

Did I say key to any man's heart? I meant, key to any man's heart attack. 

People are cleaning tears and Doritos dust after this one. 

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Bros, let's be real here, just becuase you think you're acting like a gentleman doesn't mean you are. 

Now we don't know the full story here or any of the story really, all we see is this dude getting clowned hard. However, judging by the violin, he's probably the type of dude to wear a fedora and call women "m'lady," WHICH NO ONE WANTS EVER. I mean, least of all this woman, who will not be forced into a marriage with such a herbert. 

She shuts him down, the violin player laughs, and the food court (the perfect setting for every romantic occasion) applauds in approval. Let this be a lesson to you all: Only propose when you're absolutely sure that your partner will say yes. Don't be like this sad bastard. 

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On the shortlist of contenders for video of the year, this puke-filled marriage proposal is definitely up there. 

Darrell Hamilton Jr. really wanted to take things to the next level by proposing to his girlfriend, Rheanna Faye, hundreds of feet in the air. It was a romantic helicopter ride in Reedley, California, complete with breath-taking views, sunny skies, and motion sickness. 

In what seems like your everyday proposal, designed to hit you in something called "all the feels," this video takes a turn right about here:



Next time, get down on one knee like the rest of us. 

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There are a thousand ways to say “I love you,” but tricking your partner into thinking your life's in danger probably isn’t one of them.

In a scary example of how common police brutality is in our culture, Daiwon McPherson of Mobile, Alabama used the horrific practice to the same ends as a flash mob, proposing to his girlfriend of five years after pretending to be victimized by police. Nothing says “let’s be together forever” like a traumatizing reminder of the grim realities of life.

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McPherson pulled the stunt off with the help of local police, who for some reason were more than happy to stage a scene of police violence in the name of love, drawing real gun on a real person in the name of a real blessed union. There’s nothing quite like watching your partner’s face switch from terror to confusion to relief in the blink of an eye.

The whole event started when McPherson never showed up for dinner and drinks with his girlfriend, when she got a call that he was “he was running from the cops while in possession of a gun,” according to The Daily Dot.

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Meanwhile, McPherson had already spoken to police earlier, hoping that the video would go viral “to show an instance of police working with the community for a positive outcome.” Apparently, there are no other positive things police could do for their communities. Maybe, like, a charity car wash or something? Maybe police-hosted picnic? Maybe police talking to people in the community without their guns drawn? I don't know. Just spitballing here.

Of course, this hilarious gag plays on the videos of actual tragedies. As The Daily Dot rightly points out, “In the past three years, many videos involving police altercations with black civilians have gone viral for their depictions of police brutality, including the tragic deaths of Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, and Tamir Rice.”

Lesson learned: If you're proposing, stick to flash mobs. 

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