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TLC's new series "My Five Wives" will follow Brady Williams, his five wives, and the 24 children between all of them. It's a different take on the "traditional" family, but the problems are all the same... they just might be multiplied by five. You know this show is about to have its fair share of drama! At RightThisMinute we had the chance to Skype with the stars of the new series.
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We keep telling you, proposals keep getting more and more elaborate. Alex Chuang came up with a brilliant way to ask for his girlfriend's hand in marriage. She thought they were going to a movie, but she was greeted by her friends and family on the big screen instead.
Carter knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with Brooke, he just had no idea where he wanted to pop the big question. With a little help from some new friends made through Instagram, Carter found the perfect spot and got the answer he was hoping for.
Nowadays, a majority of proposals are recorded, some by secret cameras for surprise proposals, others in plain view... like right on your face. Google Glass has been used for so many proposals in fact, that they have their very own compilation video dedicated to the techy couples who record their special moments, all while keeping their hands free to exchange the ring.
Valentine's Day is probably one of the most common days for marriage proposals in the US, which means countless men around the country are getting down on one knee... after maxing out their credit card for a blingin' ring. But why are engagement rings even a thing? Let CollegeHumor fill you in about where the idea came from... and why it's all just a big scam.
This couple has a few problems, one of them being that they can only talk in movie titles. Good thing there are 154 titles out there that fit seamlessly together as a very heated conversation! They can maybe even give you some Valentine's Day movie ideas.
These guys all over the Internet really are stepping up their proposal game. Here, Luke and his girlfriend Charity are taking part in what Charity thinks to be a "how to shoot an engagement video" for her sister. Turns out, Luke is actually proposing to her.
From The Pet Collective comes today's Daily Pet featuring a few felines in a cat parody of The Notebook. Love conquers all. Especially a love of cute kittens!
With the popularity of YouTube engagement videos, proposals are becoming more and more creative. The New London police department in Connecticut were kind enough to help this young man out. After pulling the couple over, the future-bride-to-be thought her boyfriend was being arrested. She was wrong.
Mippey5, along with Kevin, sings "I can pee in a bag, I don't need no bathroom." Because there are perks to being an old Geezer! For example, you can tell the same bad joke over and over and over again, and people will just think you're losing your mind, but you're really just messing with them. Now turn that music up, I can't hear what's playin'!
Apparently, many people who have signed up for singles' dating sites aren't actually single. In fact, there were so many married individuals signed up for these, that new sites like Victoria Milan (dating sites that cater to married individuals) are booming with customers. Sigurd Vedal, the creator of Victoria Milan, has taken the idea of a cheating website even further, by ensuring that users can remain discreet, even adding things like a "panic button" that would redirect their browsers instantly if their husband/wife were to enter the room while they looking for their next hook-up.
Once again, another guy has stepped up the bar for marriage proposals. The boyfriend of this Chicago Bulls cheerleader had an elaborate plan set up for her proposal.