Tuesday, December 15, 2015

OMG! See how this Guy Shuts Down I-45 Freeway In Houston To Propose To His Girlfriend in US! (video)

I don’t really know what goes through a man’s mind when he gets engaged. I’ve never done that before and don’t really intend to for a while. That said, I do know that if your proposal involves inconveniencing other people going about their lives, you’re kind of a prick. If it involves shutting down one of the busiest highways in one of the biggest cities in the country just to make a showy gesture to your SO (that, statistically, you’ll probably divorce), you’re an intolerable selfish asshole.
This tool stopped traffic on I-45 in Houston on Sunday morning to propose to his girlfriend. There are two things wrong here. First of all, that’s a massive public safety issue! And secondly, WHAT KIND OF GIRL WANTS TO GET ENGAGED IN THE MIDDLE OF A FREAKIN’ FREEWAY?!
According to the Chronicle, it’s actually “one of her favorite” spots. Wait… Wut?...watch video after the jump

To get to a party Navas made up as a ruse, the couple took the highway, which is one of Wycoff’s favorite spots. Navas took her on a motorcycle ride on freeway on their second date.
That’s when Navas told his girlfriend of a year and half to get out of the car.
“I said, ‘Are you serious?'” Wycoff said. “Then I saw all my family and friends with cameras and I looked where Vidal was and he was down on one knee.
“Honestly, I didn’t think about if it was a good idea or a bad idea. I was just so happy in the moment. I love him so much.”
Navas said his friends and family, who were following closely behind, stopped traffic for about 35 seconds while he popped the question
“I never really thought about causing an accident. I thought about my girlfriend,” he said.

Meanwhile, the person who uploaded the video to Reddit claims a couple five cars down was rushing to the hospital to perform a C-Section. But the source of that claim is iffy at best.
Meanwhile, as you can see, Vidal was quite proud of how he popped the question.

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