This guy proposes to his girlfriend using 5 iPads in a choreographed dance routine. Amazing!!
I'm not sure about you guys, but nothing gets me in the mood for romance like 1's and 0's used to represent numerical values!
My boyfriend told me I had to close my laptop for a couple minutes, then when I logged back on this was posted to my facebook wall. He sat across the room as I transcribed and then decoded it. After about a half hour I found out it says, "Rachel, you are awesome. Will you marry me?" I said yes, of course :B
01000011 01101111 01101110 01100111 01110010 01100001 01110100 01110101 01101100 01100001 01110100 01101001 01101111 01101110 01110011 00100001! (Congratulations!)
Who doesn't love a proposal supercut? However, I have to take issue with the incredibly insipid acoustic cover of the Jagged Edge song Let's Get Married that starts at 0:37. Seriously white guys with guitars, you're not all Jason Mraz. Stop sucking the soul out of other people's songs.
Behold, the "marryoke!" Which is a terrible term for a wedding party lip syncing to a song on video. Apparently this trend is an increasingly popular alternative to a traditional wedding video. So much so that The Washington Post has even devoted a whole article to it. What I'm trying to wrap my mind around is why people want to capture the awkward, stiff-dancing people do at karaoke on video and remember it forever. Why?