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The YouTube Gay Marriage Proposal (That Was Accepted Via Facebook)

The failed Valentine’s Day hockey proposal, it turns out, was just a hoax. Hilarious, but fake. They got you good, didn’t they? But this proposal — made via YouTube! — from New Yorker Mikey Rox to partner Earl is the real deal. OKAY, BUT HOW DID HE ANSWER?

With a yes, thank goodness.

In an answer posted, appropriately, to Facebook.

Even better: Rox, a contributor to the budget finance website Lifestyler, included “proposing via YouTube” as one of five ways to economically propose to your partner.

Congratulations, gentlemen.

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5 Comments

  • jimmy

    ah l’amour!

  • Randy

    How F’en beutiful is that? Wow! I’d be only so luck as you Earl, im my dreams!! You better tell him ,yes!! The rest of us in dream world are resing our future hopes on you!

  • Mikey Rox

    Thanks for all the nice comments! He said YES! And now we’re continuing our assault on new media by throwing our hats into Crate & Barrel’s Ultimate Wedding contest. Vote for us here: http://www.ultimateweddingcontest.com/entries/29987. You can vote once per e-mail address, so use them all. And feel free to share it among your social networking communities, i.e. on your Facebook page, etc. Thanks again for all the love and support you’ve shown us over the past couple of days. We appreciate it sooo much!

  • stephen

    Sweet, Congrats! :)

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