NY Times Tech Reporter David Pogue's Marriage Proposal Is Probably More Elaborate Than Yours

We’re not exactly the biggest fans of public marriage proposals around here, but when they’re done well, they’re worthy of being spotlighted — and this one, via the Daily What, is pretty good.

Even better, it’s the brainchild of New York Times tech reporter David Pogue, of whom I am a fan — as I’m sure some of you reading this may be.

Writes Pogue:

On August 15, 2012, I proposed to the love of my life. I made a fake movie trailer — a thinly veiled version of our love story. I persuaded the movie theater at a summer resort to play it before a movie we went to see. Both of our families were there to see it.

I hid a video camera to capture her reaction (it was in a ficus plant next to the screen). Here’s how it happened!


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