Of course you do, you're female. Brainless, irrational emotion-feeding monsters.
trust me. I've met both, and there is really no resemblance.
also, how rude of you! the guy makes the most epic proposal ever, and you compare him to a self-deprecating little turd like the grease-muzzled singer of the world's most emo emo band.
It was just a fucking observation. Get the sand out of your vagina.
Josh and Eugene have a fairly similar facial structure though, especially the chin.
^ much more accurate observation, I'd say
And the comparison is far less damning
judging by the facial hair, Eugene has a lot more testosterone.
Josh needs to grow an epic stache
"Even if she says no we'll always say yes"
That is a fantastic story, Josh. Great work on pulling that off. I wish the best to both of you.
Randy, I actually know what you mean. If I wasn't able to pull this off, I would have proposed to her in a private place. However, this was an extremely special circumstance. I knew 100% she was going to say yes, because we have talked about marriage and stuff before and we both know we want to spend the rest of our lives together. So that wasn't my worry.
If the other night wasn't able happen, my plan was to take her hiking or something, maybe have a picnic alone at the top of the mountain, and ask her up there. That would have been completely private. But since I was able to organize getting onstage with one of my girlfriend... I mean fiancee's... and I's favorite bands and propose, was just to good to be true. I had been working at making this happen for months and the fact that it finally came together and I was able to pull it off, is unreal.
And in regards to your comment earlier about saying unless it is infront of a crowd, it is not romantic, obviously myself and the rest of the board doesn't believe that. I actually think that pumpkin carvings story is incredibly romantic. It shows a lot of care, thought and preparation went into the proposal. That is why I think a lot of the board thinks my proposal was romantic. To be honest, I thought I was being romantic too, and my fiancee sure as hell thinks I was being romantic. The event itself is obviously what it is all about, but its not just the even, its the care, thought, love and preparation for it too which counts.
Those are just my thoughts anyways.
If you and your fiancee liked it, then there is no need to justify it to anyone else.
For your health
as I predicted, when jill got home from the restaurant last night, she read the story, and became a whirling dervish of giggling enthusiasm. haha damn you, josh! how will I ever top this! :P
Congratulations Rage - pretty cool way to do it. You kids look happy.
Don't pay any attention (or respond) to anything that Randy says. He doesn't like popular threads in which he is not the center of attention. His narcissism is impossible to control.
Yablo, yesterday my stepfather saw a bear in Montana, just hanging out at the park across the street from the house he's working on. A bear. Watch your kids and don't send them to the park covered in honey.
What a lovely story! Congratulations to you both. May you have a long and happy life together.
"Who is this doing this synthetic type of Alpha Beta psychedelic funkin'?"
Rage - somebody linked this thread to me and I had to come back to life to tell you that this is the sweetest thing ever and I am so happy for you both and I hope it's an epic beginning to an epic life together. Congratulations.