Mzansi was recently left speechless after a guy decided to propose to his girlfriend outside the building of KFC. As most people are aware if you do something in public, it usually gets shared with the rest of the world. This usually occurs when individuals find it interesting and unique. When it comes to asking your significant other for a hand in marriage, people have been creative. It is no longer simple like the olden days. Where a guy would typically have a special dinner date setup so he can propose. Nowadays things happen out of the ordinary. People were blown away by how this proposal at random places are now becoming a trend. It was interesting how the guy decided to propose right at the building of a fast food restaurant. Some people thought this was quite strange but admire his effort. Others mentioned how amazing this was as it is minimal and doesn't break one's bank balance. See more of people's reactions down below;
Share your thoughts on the comment section, what do you think of this kind of a proposal? Do you think it is better than a romantic dinner or not?
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