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A couple split by distance was reunited by a proposal that has to be seen to be believed. Levy flew in Tiffany to California from Michigan and included her friends and family on the trip. The two met at the Rose Bowl and that is where Levy popped the question to the girl of his dreams. Levy had been saving for this moment since he was 12.
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And the award for the best/most effed up prank ever goes to these guys...Mitchell was told his good buddy, David, was getting married and he would be the "best man." He was skeptical at first, but eventually gave in and believed it. For over two months he planned the bachelor party and even made a video giving advice to the husband-and-wife-to-be, until they finally revealed to him it was all a prank. Poor Mitchell!
If you're planning to take your girlfriend on a romantic trip to Italy, make sure there's no chance she'll dump you. But if she does, you could always auction off the trip on eBay like this guy did...So funny!
John worked with Blue Kite Cinema to set up a musical surprise for his new bride. During the best man's speech, wedding guests started signing. The bride's dad also got in on the act before John started his own lovely song. Not a bad way for the bride to get dinner and a show.
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Andrew and Megan have been married for 50 years, but not really. In this hilarious and beautiful video, the "old couple" made themselves up to look elderly and reflected on different aspects of their lives. This all led to a pretty original pregnancy announcement.
Five-year-old Grant got to do what most of have wanted to. During a recent Demi Lovato concert, Grant got up on stage and asked Demi an important question. You're a lucky kid.
This is a clear-cut prank filled with love and annoyance. You see those couples every where. You know, the ones that are always holding hands. They always seem to get in your way.
Thanks to the wonder that is video recording and YouTube, people can leave messages to others in the future. Mike Falzone has chosen to use this digital superpower to address his future daughter regarding the topic of dating. He offers up some pretty good advice, and even though she's not a living person yet, it sounds like his daughter-to-be will turn out alright. Click here to see the RTM reaction.