Most of the women prefer a romantic or remarkable proposal and a guy named Chris did it, in the iconic Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, without permission, but he won the heart of his girl, Marybeth.
“As we walked the aisles of art from ancient times and contemporary alike, we happened upon a room of Picasso’s art (Marybeth’s favorite),” Chris wrote. “My brother and sister in law were able to then hang the painting I had made of myself proposing to Marybeth wearing the red polka dot dress next to a Picasso. After I was given the signal I brought my girlfriend to the painting where she began immediately crying when she realized that the painting was of what was about to take place.”
“She nodded yes as tears traveled down her rosy cheeks. Her cousin, who had been undercover waiting for them to arrive at the museum, beautifully documented the moment through her photography.”
However, the joyful moment is interrupted by security guards who asked him to remove the painting and suggested the couples in crime leave the building.
“I knew she’d be wearing that dress because I had her mom buy it a few weeks in advance for her and then convinced her to wear it that day.” He contacted a few small museums for permission to perform the scene, but none agreed, so he decided to do it himself by choosing the biggest museum and asking forgiveness afterwards.
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