Nothing like a play on words to pop the question. Might be a bit cold to try this in January though.
“They went for a ride in a rowboat and she stood up suddenly to wave to someone and capsized the boat. When they had paddled ashore and were looking at their sopping clothes between laughter and tears, she said ruefully: ” I guess I’d make a terrible sailor.” “Yes”, he agreed promptly, “but you’d make a wonderful mate.”
How To Propose by Lane Shearer
Any proposals this Valentine’s day? We would love to hear how you asked the love of your life to be your other half.
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