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She said ‘No’

She said ‘No’

A woman declined a marriage proposal in front of an arena full of basketball fans.

That is so something my friend would do. Poor, poor guy.

Via Intl/News (Really great news blog! No more need to read Drudge.)

15 Responses to “She said ‘No’”

  1. Gib Says:

    Humor can be defined as “something painful not happening to you.”

    That is what they were talking about.

  2. Gib Says:

    Humor can be defined as “something painful not happening to you.”

    That is what they were talking about.

  3. Gib Says:

    Humor can be defined as “something painful not happening to you.”

    That is what they were talking about.

  4. Allana Says:

    Honestly, I do not get the supposed romance of the big arena proposal. Ok for Star — she loves sports and she loves the spotlight — so she absolutely glowed because it was a good venue for her taste. But a lot of gals, myself included, would be kinda mortified to be put on the spot that way in front of TV and thousands of strangers. And I think in cases where it does not reflect the person who is being asked’s taste or style, it is pretty selfish — more about look at me than be mine forever.

    Hmph!

  5. Allana Says:

    Honestly, I do not get the supposed romance of the big arena proposal. Ok for Star — she loves sports and she loves the spotlight — so she absolutely glowed because it was a good venue for her taste. But a lot of gals, myself included, would be kinda mortified to be put on the spot that way in front of TV and thousands of strangers. And I think in cases where it does not reflect the person who is being asked’s taste or style, it is pretty selfish — more about look at me than be mine forever.

    Hmph!

  6. Allana Says:

    Honestly, I do not get the supposed romance of the big arena proposal. Ok for Star — she loves sports and she loves the spotlight — so she absolutely glowed because it was a good venue for her taste. But a lot of gals, myself included, would be kinda mortified to be put on the spot that way in front of TV and thousands of strangers. And I think in cases where it does not reflect the person who is being asked’s taste or style, it is pretty selfish — more about look at me than be mine forever.

    Hmph!

  7. Dawn Summers Says:

    I guess…but still public rejection is harsh…now granted he brought it on himself, but still: harsh.

  8. Dawn Summers Says:

    I guess…but still public rejection is harsh…now granted he brought it on himself, but still: harsh.

  9. Dawn Summers Says:

    I guess…but still public rejection is harsh…now granted he brought it on himself, but still: harsh.

  10. Andreas Says:

    Why do people do that? Oh look someone I don’t know has proposed to someone else, I don’t know.

    PS I don’t think your friend would do that sort of thing.

  11. Andreas Says:

    Why do people do that? Oh look someone I don’t know has proposed to someone else, I don’t know.

    PS I don’t think your friend would do that sort of thing.

  12. Andreas Says:

    Why do people do that? Oh look someone I don’t know has proposed to someone else, I don’t know.

    PS I don’t think your friend would do that sort of thing.

  13. metsin04 Says:

    I actually proposed via the scoreboard in MSG. I had 20,000 Rangers fans chanting, “Don’t do it!”

  14. metsin04 Says:

    I actually proposed via the scoreboard in MSG. I had 20,000 Rangers fans chanting, “Don’t do it!”

  15. metsin04 Says:

    I actually proposed via the scoreboard in MSG. I had 20,000 Rangers fans chanting, “Don’t do it!”

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