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Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Stealing Another Man's Shine

The meme after the cut explains it all and most people do this all the time without realising that it is not right!
That said,let me LAUGH...hehehehhehehehehehehe..

Too funny,i didn't even know how to caption it...






36 comments:

  1. Hahaha

    He wan take one stone kill two birds

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    1. Must proposals be in public?
      Always copying Oyibo in trivial non-beneficial things.
      When things really matter, they won't copy.

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  2. Hahahahahaha......so the guy planned it all along to do it on another man's happy day

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  3. Lol...

    People be liking attention at another person's expense.

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  4. Hahahhahahaha. This is too funny abeg. Embarrassment of life.

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  5. Good! Is he close to either the groom or bride to try such stunt? And I bet the couple weren't informed beforehand

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  6. I don't think that's true..
    If it is, I honestly see no reason why they'd be kicked out.I don't think the man's intent of proposing is to steal anyone's shine.that's the last thing on his mind.
    I guess he just felt the ambience of the wedding venue is just about right to propose to the love of his life.
    Why, just the other day I saw this movie " the big wedding" staring robin Williams and Robert de niro.the father of the groom proposed to his woman right at the wedding venue.
    I think its the most sweetest thing ever,and no one should be thrown out for that.

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    1. So true.
      I don't see anything wrong with this.
      Nobody is taking anybody's 'shine'.

      Though I don't believe some of all these twitter gists, it's just a quick way to trend.

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    2. Father of the groom. He is family. He most likely even paid for a large part of d wedding. Clise family is ok, but thye shoukd evn still let you guys have your miment. What d heck are you talking about? If anyone tried that at my wedding it won't have been funny

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    3. Ambience Ke? If you want good ambience create it, pay for it and surprise your woman. Ambience paid for by another person. That's improper in my opinion. It's my day, I paid for all attention to be on me. If it's the perfect ambience he's really serious about then he should propose right during worship in church.

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    4. Abeg leave ambiance, they need to be thrown out through the window. They should go and find their perfect ambiance somewhere.

      They should go to Ikeja under the bridge, theres a good ambiance there too.

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Don abeg leave meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  7. They lie a lot on twitter. I don't believe this. The urge to just keep talking(twitting) is ridiculous. A lot of you young people have twitted your destinies way.

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    1. I agree with you Anon, most of them manufacture gusts so that it would go viral and they would gain more followers. You sabi jare!

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  8. Very good for them but that's not a meme, Stella.

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  9. Serves them right! This is a lesson to other hijackers, be warned.

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  10. Lol

    It's Bn happening a lot these days and i remember the first time I saw it in recent times,it seemed kinda "odd" to me. But I quickly remembered The Best Man.

    And the videos I have seen have the New couple happy and beaming with smiles. Almost ecstatic the Proposal took happened at their own Wedding. So if it's ok with them,why not?

    Even though I would like to think that it's only people who are really close friends with the New Couple that do this. Not some random strangers coming to bewilder you at your own WeddingπŸ˜‚

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  11. I don't think that's necessary though. It doesn't take anything away from your day. It's all part of ur love story in the end. No big deal.

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    1. Thank you very much. No biggie, only if u took prior permission. U cant do that on my wedding when I don't even know u

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    2. If they asked for permission, all well and good.

      But to stop the music, grab everyone's attention in the hall away from the real bride and groom just to propose?

      Mbanu, you must bear the consequences of whatever comes next.

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  12. hahahahah funny. But it would have been double celebration. I'm sure it was spontaneous. The man must have been overwhelmed by the wedding and decided to propose. Eayah it is a pity

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  13. Lmao... I don't like public marriage proposals, especially the ones doing it on somebody's event. Kikikikikikikikiki

    LIF;stella it's really annoying When you don't post comments that are clearly devoid of hate. I really don't like it. I love you, but it irritates me when you don't post my comments.

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    1. Hehe hehe if E pain you, open your own blog.
      That is how one foolish anon said Stella had put belly from swallowing all the comments, omo I laff piss for body

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  14. 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁! Good one! Los Vegas is on πŸ”₯ with chik...... And p......l.

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  15. Nonsense, must it be a public affair.

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  16. I guess he's not close to the couple or didn't inform them before hand.

    End time Toolz Afusat

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  17. I think,one should be a close friend or have the couples permission to do this.

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  18. Chai! What a n embarrassment

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