Thinking of Popping the Question? Here’s How You Should Not Propose!
Can I tell you guys something about my engagement? While I didn’t see the proposal coming, I wasn’t totally surprised that it happened. After all, my fiance and I had discussed marriage for several months before he actually popped the question and I suspect most couples who have gotten married did the same thing. It’s important to find out how the other person feels about having and raising kids, finances, division of chores, merging accounts, religion, etc., prior to actually asking for someone to spend the rest of their life with you. If you have never talked about marriage, you should think twice about proposing. I think it goes without saying that a person probably shouldn’t propose unless he or she is certain the other person will say yes.
But you’d be surprised how many people leave that moment up to chance. Sure, it should be romantic and maybe even spontaneous, but once you decide that you want to pop the question, may I suggest a few places and ways you should not propose? This is just a list of possible outcomes to consider and some of you may even think the places I’m going to list are wonderful places/ways to propose. If any of these appeal to you, then by all means , do what is best for you. After all, you know your partner better than I do. I just want those who are planning on getting on bended knee to consider these things so that your perfect proposal doesn’t backfire on you.