Guangzhou Man Proposes With 4,500 Baby Diapers

By Jocelyn Richards, November 4, 2015

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Perhaps inspired by the recent two-child policy, a young man in Guangzhou decided to pop the question on Monday with a heart-shaped pile of disposable diapers. 

Identified as Mr. Feng, the man opened up to China News, explaining he wanted to tell his girlfriend, “all I want to give her is a family.” 

Sources say she was already pregnant, though, so the proposal strategy was probably unnecessary. 

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After confronting the unusual offer, the poor girl was even more surprised to find a drone speeding towards her, carrying yet another pack of disposable undies. Feng unwrapped it to reveal a diamond ring inside, which apparently moved her to say yes. 

That’s right, Mr. Feng. Diamonds, not diapers, generally do the trick.

Of course, if he wanted to be really traditional he would have gone with a pile of split-crotch baby pants.


[Images via China News]

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