Chinese man proposes to girlfriend dressed as giant sperm

By James Griffiths, May 22, 2014

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Thousands of couples across China got married Tuesday on 'I Love You Day'. Spoken in Chinese, May 20 (520, wǔ èr líng) supposedly sounds like someone expressing their love. 

Putting aside the fact that 我爱你 (wǒ ài nǐ, "I love you") only sounds like wǔ èr líng if you have ears made from tofu, the weirdest proposal of the day was surely that of a Hubei man, who asked his girlfriend to marry him while dressed as a giant sperm

Even more amazingly, the girlfriend, who works as a nurse in a hospital in Wuhan's Hanyang district, said yes

[Images via Bastille Post]

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