Literary Inspiration

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Literary Inspiration
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My fiance proposed to me with the Half-Blood Prince, in our town's library. It's perfect for me, since Harry Potter is my favorite book series, and whenever we have a few free hours we find ourselves down at the library like the nerds we are. He told me he couldn't take 100% credit for the idea, as he got it from this website! So I wanted to thank the original submitter for inspiring such a wonderful proposal :)

Awesome! So glad we could be of help. Here's the original proposal for those of you who've never seen it. Good luck to our happy bookworm couple!

Bells and Whistles and Gears and Cogs

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Bells and Whistles and Gears and Cogs
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Steampunk people, you can't have it both ways! It's either the charm of the old world or the convenience of modern technology. CHOOSE.

I Pay Two Mana to Propose

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I Pay Two Mana to Propose
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Two friends of mine just got married. This was how the gentleman proposed to his lady (after making her a special deck for Christmas, first)

This looks like the most complicated proposal in the the world, but maybe that's because I don't play Magic The Gathering. However, even with my severely limited knowledge I can tell that The Proposer risked a lot in playing The Ring card. I mean, what if she had sacrificed it? That would mean an eternity of Thom Yorke...

Also, inb4 "tap that" wedding night jokes.

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Hy husband and I have always been Cheezburger fans! We used, "Nom" as kind-of-secret, "I love you" for three years before our wedding day. The engraving on his ring was a secret (that is, he knew it was engraved just didn't know with what). As we were pronounced husband and wife, we left the alter, and he read the engraving. I thought he was going nuts, laughing hysterically down the aisle with me! He looked at me and said, "Nom." That's when I knew he had finally read it. Good thing he didn't r