A church proposal recently left many people in stitches on social media after they noticed this on the proposal pictures. A marriage proposal is an event where one person in a relationship asks for the other's hand in marriage. If accepted, it marks the initiation of engagement, a mutual promise of later marriage. It often has a ritual quality. With that said see pictures from the church proposal that had many people in stitches down below.
As you can see from the pictures, if you look closely at the back, there is a guy who seems to be shocked at what is happening and doesn't seem to be happy about the proposal. People commented under the post and had a lot of things to say. Someone commented and said "He was still saving his tithes to marry her then boom." Another person commented and said "He probably joined the church because of her." See the other comments people left under the post down below.
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