- A woman was trying to propose to her partner at Disney and got a surprise of her own.
- After she kneeled to propose to her partner, he turned around and did the same.
- The couple say they had no idea they were both planning to propose to each other.
We live in a society where gender roles in relationships have changed drastically, from women shooting their shots in the DMs to female breadwinners and stay-at-home male partners. Over the years, we've also seen women stop nagging men to pop the question and are taking the bull by the horns. This woman went on one knee to propose to her partner, only for him to turn around and do the same thing.
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Taking to TikTok, a woman captioned her video saying, "I went to propose to my boyfriend when this happened."
While taking pictures at Disney, she reached for her pocket, pulled out a box with a ring, turned to her partner, and kissed him. After sharing a kiss, she then went down on one knee to pop the question, and her partner burst out in laughter, bent over and reached for his box with a wedding ring and also went down on one knee. The woman screamed and started laughing out loud before grabbing her partner to kiss him.
Mac captioned her viral video, "What can I say? We share one brain cell."
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"Let's do it," they both said. While they were still laughing at the situation, the woman behind the camera asked if they knew this would happen and said 'No'. They then exchanged rings before kissing again and giving each other a long hug. Users of the app took to the comment section to share their opinions, with some being happy for the couple, saying, "Double proposals are so great because they're obviously on the same page." Another added, "Nothing hits me right through the heart like a double proposal." Others joked and said, "They cancelled each other out, so now they're single." Another said, "Sometimes I see things like that, and I'm like, what if they both said no?"
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