Will you McMarry me? Bride-to-be is mercilessly mocked after her partner proposed by placing the ring in a Big Mac
- One man’s idea of the perfect proposal has left internet users unimpressed
- The unidentified man proposed by sticking a ring in the centre of a burger
- It was posted to Spain-based Facebook group Optimistic or Pessimistic
Many people dream of a proposal involving a romantic setting whether that’s soft candle light in a fancy restaurant or an idyllic outdoor scene.
Yet one man’s idea of the perfect proposal has left internet users reeling after he popped the question using a McDonald’s Big Mac.
A photograph of the burger with an engagement ring placed in the centre was reportedly posted to the Spain-based Facebook group Optimistic or Pessimistic, by the unidentified man’s girlfriend.
Shocking: One man’s idea of the perfect proposal has left internet users reeling after he popped the question using a McDonald’s Big Mac
It was relentlessly mocked online and the post received more than 10,000 comments, according to The Sun.
While a few social media users found it sweet, many were unimpressed and were keen to share their thoughts.
One wrote: ‘Looks like a McNightmare. Also, it’s really (and unnecessarily) bothering me that the bun is dry except for one weird smear.
‘This was someone’s McDream,’ another joked, as one individual said: ‘Big Mac? Big No!’
Reaction: It was posted online, where it was relentlessly mocked and received more than 10,000 comments
A third wrote: ‘I swear to god if they didn’t ask “will you McMarry me?”’
Another commented: ‘Um. That better not be a Big Mac. Five Guys or nothing.’
It is believed the girlfriend accepted the unusual proposal.
It’s not the first time this week that a bride was shamed online following an engagement announcement.
Meanwhile, one bride-to-be was mocked for the state of her acrylic nails after she posted a picture of her hand to show what looks to be her engagement ring
One bride-to-be was mocked for the state of her acrylic nails after she posted a picture of her hand to show what looks to be her engagement ring.
In the picture, the bride, who remains anonymous but is believed to be from the US, shared her new engagement ring on her left hand.
But the state of her acrylic nails sent some people online in a panic when the picture was first shared on both nail-shaming and ring-shaming Facebook pages.
An issue people had with the bride-to-be’s fingernails included that one acrylic nail was barely hanging onto her ring finger.
Speechless: Commenters blasted the anonymous woman for the state of her nails
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