A man proposed to his girlfriend with 25 iPhone Xs and I can’t even get a guy to pay for my Uber home
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by Katie Way
Don't worry, y'all, because chivalry is not dead!
A video game designer proposed to his sweetheart by purchasing 25 brand-new iPhone Xs, arranging them in the shape of a heart, and then covering the whole thing with rose petals.
There were also balloons involved, which seems a little unnecessary given the thousands of dollars of cutting-edge technology already in the equation.
Unsurprisingly, she said yes.
This decadent proposal apparently cost the Shenzen, China-based dude, Chen Ming, the equivalent of $31,500 USD. And why drop bands of that nature? Because, according to Ming, he and his fiancé are "big fans of mobile video games."
Uh, okay. I'm a big fan of fast food, and no man has ever bought me a McDonald's franchise.
The 25 iPhones were meant to symbolize the girlfriend's age, according to Oddity Central. But since two people definitely don't need 25 iPhones no matter how much they love mobile gaming, everyone present at the proposal got a free iPhone X and concrete proof that romance is still alive and well.
I'm wet just thinking about it, honestly. And by that I mean my eyes are wet with tears at how equally beautiful and psychotic this gesture is.
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