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If My Future Fiance Doesn’t Propose To Me With A Ring Pop, I Have Been Living Life Wrong

It should be the Cherry Limeade flavor!

If My Future Fiance Doesn’t Propose To Me With A Ring Pop, I Have Been Living Life Wrong

If you ask anyone who knows me at all, they can tell you I have a very funny personality! I like to joke around and seriousness makes me super nervous. With that said, my boyfriend is a healthy dose of serious when he needs to be. But, if for any reason, he- or whoever it is- thinks that the proposal needs to be a serious moment, he doesn't know me at all.

I want a funny story to tell my friends. I want to send my mom a picture of a ring pop and say "I said yes!" as the caption! Instagram would love it! My future children need to be tired of this story because I'm going to want to tell it all the time! They'll have it memorized-backward and forwards.

I want to be able to tell everyone that even though the ring would go away- as I licked it to its sugary center- and the plastic at the end would be trash, I still really want to spend my life with them! That's the great thing about ring pops, they go away but the reason behind them don't!

Picture this: We're at a restaurant with those fancy suits for uniforms and just as we get to finishing our meal, a plate comes out with a Ring Pop, still in the wrapper, on it. I start crying because even though I may have known it was going to happen and I've told him to do it and he would have read this, I'm still super emotional! As I try, with my fresh manicure and cute nails, to open the wrapper, he's getting on one knee and just takes the wrapper when I can't get. He opens it and asks "Will you marry me?" as he pulls the Ring Pop out of the wrapper.

Speechless and tearful, I can't do anything but nod as tears fill his eyes as well. It would be perfect. I totally still want the real ring but I want the Ring Pop first!

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