Today I was attending my cousins graduation from college. One of the students went up to get her diploma and when she came back down the steps, her boyfriend approached her, got on one knee, and proposed. It was on the big screen so obviously everyone could see it. She looked shocked but she said 'yes.'
What do you think about public marriage proposals like this? Do you think proposals should be more private or do you think it's okay to propose in front of strangers?
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●If they are in relationship then the chances of rejection is exiguous.
●It's an act of courage. If the guy is rejected, he shouldn't care about what other people think because "he chose" to do it, knowing the potential outcomes.
●If the girl is shy, it'd be iniquitous and unscrupulous.
●In conservative countries, it's construed as an act of profanity.
●It could be eventful so sometimes, it's worth the risk.
●It's risky and could cause serious depression but even private rejection can lead to suicide so, it's no different. Just there are chances of being infamous.
Verdict: It's not futile at all. We should better know about possibilities and whether it's detrimental to her or not (even if she loves you). And should do it like a boss and should not care about failure like true winners.
But we should never forget that private proposals are not lackluster. If you love him/her, you don't need to show it to the world.
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