Ever see anyone making a scene at a Disney park? It can be awkward. It could ruin your whole experience. If you’re like me, it could give you ideas on how to make your spouse’s life miserable while on vacation.
Kelly Lavery’s now-husband is quite like me. If there’s a jape or caprice to be had inside the parks, don’t pass up the opportunity. We found this display of unwanted attention over at Yahoo.
The already engaged couple took a trip to Walt Disney World. While there, Kelly’s better half stopped multiple times to propose. He knew Kelly hated the attention from parkgoers, and it shows.
The hard time Mr. Lavery gave to the future Mrs. Lavery was all posted to TikTok.
Now I am inspired by this foolishness. What other ways can you embarrass your loved ones while attending a crowded theme park? Let’s make a list!
- Bring your pastor with you to the ‘Haunted Mansion Jump off during the attic scene. Demand that the marriage is officiated right there in front of Constance Hatchaway.
- Sneak into the abandoned ‘Stitch’s Great Escape’ theatre. Ask for her hand in marriage. State that the circular auditorium is the ring. It’s symbolic. This is perfect if you’re too poor to afford a ring.
- Quit your job and become a cast member. Get the gig of being in the Mickey costume. Invite your beau to the park. During a character meet-and-greet, propose. Yup, make history by finally making the Mouse officially engaged to someone!
- This one is for the extreme prankster. Buy the entire Disney corporation. Tell her if she marries you, the entire kingdom could be hers. Then ditch her at the altar because you now own Disney and can have all the Dole Whips you want!
We, of course, do not endorse doing anything stupid while at the park. This is entirely just for fun.
If you wanted to pop the question to your significant other, how would you? Let us know in the comments!
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