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Shocking: the idea of ​​one man for the perfect proposal left internet users after asking the question with the help of a McDonald & # 39; s Big Mac

Do you want me to be McMarry? Bride-to-be is mocked mercilessly after her partner has suggested putting the ring in a Big Mac

  • Internet users have not been impressed by the idea of ​​one man of the perfect proposal
  • The unidentified man proposed by putting a ring in the middle of a citizen
  • It was posted to the Facebook-based Optimistic or Pessimistic Facebook group
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Many people dream of a proposal for a romantic environment, whether it is soft candlelight in an elegant restaurant or an idyllic outdoor life.

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Yet a one-man idea of ​​the perfect proposal left internet users after asking the question using a McDonald's Big Mac.

A photo of the citizen with an engagement ring placed in the center was reportedly posted to those based in Spain Facebook group Optimistic or pessimistic, by the girlfriend of the unidentified man.

Shocking: the idea of ​​one man for the perfect proposal left internet users after asking the question with the help of a McDonald & # 39; s Big Mac

Shocking: the idea of ​​one man for the perfect proposal left internet users after asking the question with the help of a McDonald & # 39; s Big Mac

It was ruthlessly manipulated online and the post received more than 10,000 comments, according to The sun.

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Although a few social media users liked it, many were unimpressed and wanted to share their thoughts.

One wrote: & # 39; Looks like a McNightmare. Also, it's really (and unnecessary) bothering me that the bun is dry, except for a weird smear.

& # 39; This was someone's McDream & # 39 ;, another joked, as one person said: & # 39; Big Mac? Big No! & # 39;

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Response: it was posted online, where it was mocked relentlessly and received more than 10,000 responses

Response: it was posted online, where it was mocked relentlessly and received more than 10,000 responses

Response: it was posted online, where it was mocked relentlessly and received more than 10,000 responses

A third wrote: & # 39; I swear by god if they haven't asked "do you want me McMarry?"

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Another commented: & # 39; Um. That's better not a Big Mac. Five boys or something. & # 39;

It is assumed that the girlfriend has accepted the unusual proposal.

It is not the first time this week that a bride was embarrassed online after an engagement announcement.

Meanwhile, an expectant bride was mocked at the state of her acrylic nails after she posted a picture of her hand to show what her engagement ring seemed to be

Meanwhile, an expectant bride was mocked at the state of her acrylic nails after she posted a picture of her hand to show what her engagement ring seemed to be

Meanwhile, an expectant bride was mocked at the state of her acrylic nails after she posted a picture of her hand to show what her engagement ring seemed to be

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An expectant bride was mocked at the condition of her acrylic nails after she posted a picture of her hand to show what her engagement ring seemed to be.

In the photo, the bride, who remains anonymous but presumably from the US, shared her new engagement ring on her left.

But the state of her acrylic nails sent a number of people online to panic when the photo was first shared on Facebook pages about both nail hatred and ring-shaming.

One issue that people with the nails of the bride in question had was that an acrylic nail barely hung on her ring finger.

Speechless: Commenters cast out the anonymous woman for the condition of her nails

Speechless: Commenters cast out the anonymous woman for the condition of her nails

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Speechless: Commenters cast out the anonymous woman for the condition of her nails

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