What lengths will you go to propose your better half? Of course, grand proposals and unique ideas leave for a lasting memory but what if it ends up getting you hospitalised? A woman tried to propose her boyfriend by putting a ring inside a kinder egg which she then decided to hide it in her vagina. Ouch! As reported in Daily Mail, Dr Kay, who treated the woman, said that the unnamed woman wanted to propose to her boyfriend on leap year and surprise him with engagement ring in her vagina.
Dr Kay writes in his new book, ‘This Is Going To Hurt: Confessions Of A Junior Doctor’, that to be original, the woman put an engagement ring in a Kinder Egg that she inserted into her vagina. She hoped that after some ‘finger work’ her partner would retrieve the ring and she would go down on one knee. But the egg ended up turning from horizontal to vertical and got stuck inside. She refused to tell her partner anything and popped the question anyway. After the boyfriend agreed to be her husband, she was taken to the hospital where Dr Kay treated her.
Dr Kay says, “Although the woman’s boyfriend tried to remove the egg from her intimate area, no amount of shoogling from either of them would get this particular goose to lay her golden egg. Remarkably, she was so keen to maintain the surprise she wouldn’t tell him what she’d done or why.” Dr Kay described the proposal as ‘equal parts unexpected, disgusting and I suppose, romantic.” Once at hospital, Dr Kay removed the egg with forceps and the woman is thought to have made full recovery.
While the woman’s attempt for a unique proposal went horribly wrong, in another, an Indian man proposed his girlfriend on the world’s longest zipline in Ras Al Khaimah. Adrian Mackay, from Bengaluru, India was first to fly the 2.83km zipline. The bride-to-be was of course taken aback by the surprise but managed to say yes.