In the world where social media is a huge part of life, proposals have become more and more unpredictable. They are almost as big as the wedding itself with people pulling out all the stops for the perfect Insta-worthy moment.
Just when you think you’ve heard all the elaborate proposal stories out there, a man pops the question by hiding the ring in his pocket — just kidding, that would be too boring. To make sure his girlfriend wouldn’t have any clue where he hid it, he kept it in the last place you’d ever suspect — his pe nis. Yup. You read that right.
The baffling story was shared on the Facebook group “That’s it, I’m wedding shaming.” As you can guess from the title, it is a page dedicated to making fun of people’s unfortunate wedding-related situations.
In keeping with the trend, one woman shared her proposal story online, but it’s not your traditional getting-down-on-one-knee affair.
The picture looked like your typical engagement photos where the woman shows off her new bling. However, the caption has caught people’s attention.
The very excited bride-to-be shared that when her man asked her to perform a se xual act on him, she found the ring on his manhood! Romantic, right?
Understandably, netizens were baffled with the story.
“Where was it? If it was ON his body, then this is going to be a very unsatisfying marriage,” one wrote. “I’m really confused. Is he uncut with a foreskin the size of Canada that he fit a ring inside? Did he put the ring around his pe nis? I MUST KNOW,” another one commented.
The confusion was finally cleared up with the woman herself explained in an interview that the ring was not inside his private part as implied, but was instead in a box inside his underwear.
Chinese Scientist Claims He Helped Make World’s First Genetically Edited Babies
“I feel a strong responsibility that it’s not just to make a first, but also make it an example.”
A scientist claims that he helped create the world's first genetically-modified humans during laboratory work in China. He said his goal was not to cure or prevent an inherited disease but to try to bestow a trait that few people naturally have - an ability to resist infection with HIV.
He Jiankui is a professor at Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen. He claims that his lab had been editing embryos' genetic codes for seven couples undergoing in-vitro fertilization, in a potentially ground-breaking and controversial medical first.
Kids Are Pouring Boiling Water On Each Other In Crazy YouTube Challenge
“I had skin falling off here and on my face.”
Many youngsters these days would do almost anything to get attention and more likes on social media. Unfortunately, in their attempt to get a shot at viral glory, they do risky trends and challenges that are highly dangerous.
While other challenges are quite harmless, this new one is definitely dangerous. It’s called the "Hot Water Challenge." The challenge is self-explanatory, people are doing things that boiling water. You either throw it on someone or trick a person to drink it through a straw.
Enormous Steer Named Knickers Is Heavier Than A Car And Almost As Tall As Michael Jordan
Holy cow! That’s a lot of burgers!
It looks like bigger isn't necessarily better. An enormous steer named Knickers was deemed too big for export. However, this meant that the gigantic cow has a second chance in life. In addition to that, he found fame for being almost as tall as legendary basketball star Michael Jordan.
Knickers belongs to Geoff Pearson of Myalup in Perth, Western Australia. The owner had initially planned to sell the 2,800-pound steer at an auction. Although the idea of a 6'4" tall steer might seem impressive, nobody bid on Knickers. Potential buyers wouldn't dare take on the enormous beast that is obviously too big for their farm equipment.
Knickers is heavier than most cars.