Would You Have Said 'Yes' To This Guy? - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

OH NO HE DIDN'T! Would You Have Said 'Yes' To This Guy?

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YAHOO.COM - One man's airborne proposal took his girlfriend's breath away when he pretended that their small plane was in trouble and asked her to read an emergency checklist that contained instructions for a "ring engagement procedure."

The groom-to-be was filming the entire episode on hidden camera, and he posted the video, "In Descent Proposal," on YouTube.

The man, Ryan Thompson, was flying his girlfriend, Carlie Kennedy, on a breathtaking flight above the Chicago skyline.

The video, which includes the date 2.11.12, contains no dialogue, just music and captions at the bottom of the screen to describe the conversation. click here to read more

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