Odd sort of a ride

Recently a keen US cyclist took his girlfriend for a 90 minute bike ride through a park near Houston.


        Over the curvy path route he took her on, he carefully spelt out the words, “Marry Me”

At the conclusion of the 24 km trip he dropped to one knee to explain the message, then he gallantly popped the question. His girlfriend admitted she went from being driven crazy by all the unexplained twists and turns to being shocked.

Finally after saying “YES” she couldn’t wipe the huge smile off her face!

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Your comments


Why didn't I think of that.  I proposed to my wife on a yacht at anchor with the thought if she said NO I'd have to jump over board and swim for it.

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