- Filmmaker Lee Loechler and his girlfriend Sthuthi David went viral because of his sweet proposal video.
- Lee ‘hacked’ Sleeping Beauty, her favorite Disney film, and she had the best reaction ever.
Marriage proposals have sort of become an art form in our times. Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of viral videos showing touching – and extremely creative – proposals that have captured netizens’ hearts everywhere. We do not doubt that this one will likewise be remembered by many in the years to come.
Sthuthi David had no idea her life was going to change the moment she walked into a theater with her longtime boyfriend Lee Loechler. They were there to watch ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ her favorite Disney movie, but she didn’t know he prepared a romantic surprise for her.
Apparently, Lee ‘hacked’ the animated movie several months before their date.
With the help of artist Kayla Coombs, he tweaked the scene where Prince Philip kisses the sleeping Princess Aurora.
Instead of that, we see Prince Lee pulling out a box with a ring for Princess Sthuti. And it proved to be a very special moment, judging from her epic reaction!
Later on, we get to see the animated Princes Lee toss the box to his real-life counterpart. He then catches it, drops on his knee, and then finally pops the golden question.
“It’s not every day you get to propose to your high school sweetheart,” he told her in front of the other cinema-goers, who were actually composed of their friends and loved ones.
A filmmaker by profession, Lee shared he had the initial idea years ago when he suggested to a friend planning to propose to his girlfriend that they insert him into her favorite film “Forrest Gump.”
Fortunately, Lee’s friend didn’t use his idea. “He didn’t think it was right for him, so I filed it away for later use,” Lee told BoredPanda.
It proved to be worth the wait as Lee’s proposal video eventually achieved viral fame after receiving, as of this writing, more than 5 million views.
Watch the viral video here and see how it all happened:
Congratulations, you two! And thank you for sharing your magical love story with the whole world.
In Indiana, You Can Pay Off Your Parking Tickets With Animal Shelter Donations
How would you like to pay your parking tickets in cat food?
- Muncie Police Department has achieved online fame after their unique campaign captured everyone's attention.
- Instead of asking individuals with parking tickets to pay with money, they are receiving donations for cats in a local animal shelter.
- Netizens have commended the cops for helping the felines and many have since sent their donations, including those without parking tickets.
Talented Dog Performs To Help Teen Raise Money For Family
Blackjack performs in the streets of Manila, dancing and solving math problems.
- Netizens have fallen in love with a wonder dog from Manila named Blackjack.
- The canine is a street performer who loves dancing and mathematics.
- Blackjack helps earn money for 18-year-old Aquino Redeloza and his family.
Instead of Homework, School Assigns “Acts of Kindness” To Their Students
Is this a good idea or what?
- Irish elementary school Gaelscoil Mhíchíl Uí Choileáin has scrapped formal homeworks for a month and replaced it with "kindness acts."
- Students are asked to do good deed each day, which culminates with a team service project.
- The initiative has received a lot of praise from parents and netizens.
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