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    nah theres a swimming pool at the top of the building at the end of the movie Hackers. I think.

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    Originally posted by Polymorphic OOP
    You should write a program, put it on a disk and into her computer so that when she turns it on, it pops up with a prompt:

    Code:
    Will you marry me (y/n)?
    Thats the way I would do it.
    Code:
    #include <iostream.h>
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    int main()
    {
    char marry[256];
    cout<<"This is from [yournamehere]\n";
    cout<<"Will you marry me? (y/n)\n";
    cout<<"If you need more time to decide, enter t.";
    cin.getline(marry,256,'\n');
    if(marry=='y')
    {
    system("cls");
    cout<<"Really?! Call [yourphonenumber] and tell me that!\n";
    getch();
    return 0;
    }
    if(marry=='n')
    {
    system("cls");
    cout<<"Oh, ok. Call [yourphonenumber] and tell me that, please.\n";
    getch();
    return 0;
    }
    if(marry=='t')
    {
    system("cls");
    cout<<"Oh, so you need some more time to decide...call me and tell me."\n";
    getch();
    }
    else
    {
    cout<<"please input something valid\n";
    }
    return 0;
    }
    Hehe...

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    Ask her while you're speeding down the highway... if she says no, hammer your foot on the gas and ask again.

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    Originally posted by Eibro
    Ask her while you're speeding down the highway... if she says no, hammer your foot on the gas and ask again.
    How about ejecting her door? and ask again?

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    Originally posted by Eibro
    Ask her while you're speeding down the highway... if she says no, hammer your foot on the gas and ask again.
    even still, you could ask once, if she says no, push in the cigarette lighter and ask again....(i think you see where im going w/this)
    guns dont kill people, abortion clinics kill people.

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    Originally posted by dP munky
    i think you see where im going w/this)
    Nooo......... I hope nothing too sick

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    Originally posted by adrianxw
    I don't know you well enough or your girlfriend at all.

    The only comment I'll make, based on personal experience, is that marrying at a young age is often a bad idea as neither of the personalities of the two parties are complete. What seems terribly right at 20 can feel so horribly wrong at 25. Messy, expensive, and somewhat traumatising to sort out.

    Whatever you decide good luck.
    I agree with him... You should think of that very well...
    none...

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    If you're gonna do it, make it creative. Here's a good one (but you'll need a little cooperation).

    Go to her boss. Tell her your situation and ask for a little help. Have the boss bring her in the office and talk about how they've been having problems with her and they are going to take some actions. Then, have him hand her a letter and tell her that the letter describes all of their problems. On the letter, have the good ol' "Will you marry me? love (your name)" As she's reading it, pop out of a closet or something. Then propose....

    Or if you don't use my way, at least keep it creative.

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    My brother knew his wife for around 6 months (technically longer b/c she was my sister's friend but my brother never talked to her before that time) before he propsed to her. They got married at the ages of 20 (my brother) and 19 (his wife) in December of 99. They have been married ever since then and are doing perfectly fine. It really all depends on the particular people, so if you feel that getting married is the right decision for the right reasons then do so. Good luck either way.

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    Originally posted by Polymorphic OOP
    You should write a program, put it on a disk and into her computer so that when she turns it on, it pops up with a prompt:
    Great idea! Its better than any other way I could think of. This one's original and brings out the 'you' in the question.

    I made a flash applet a while back that asks a yes/no question, and have the no button fly away on mouse over and come back when the mouse leaves the area. I guess you can implement that idea as sort of a "security precaution". lol
    I AM WINNER!!!1!111oneoneomne

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    Ok, ive been busy today at work and finally found some free time to myself so i figured i see what anyone had to say and man was i suprised at the number of responses. First let me say that were not all that young, im 22, shes 21. Weve been together for a little over a year. Were almost always together, we both have the same interests in music, movies, games, cars, reading material, outdoors, food, ............. and i could go on forever. Ive dated plenty of girls and let me say that the fealings I get from being around her are the most amazing ive felt in my life. In our time together weve never even fought once, no arguments or disagrements, its pretty amazing to get alone with someone like this. Anyways the reasons I want to ask her to marry me is that first off I love her, I love being around her, I love making her smile and hearing her laugh, I love the fealing of holding her all night and waking up so the first thing I see is her beautiful face so that Im able to wake her with a soft kiss, and I dont think my life would be complete without knowing that shes going to be next to me for the rest of it. Ive thought of several ways of asking her but I dont want to do the traditional approch of taking her to a romantic dinner or something. I think what im going to do is flash something to a GBA disk and put it in hers so that when she turns it on to play games in class (tisk tisk! :-p) she will see it and hopefully text message me.

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    awwwww, a GBA proposal. How romantic!

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    I have a better idea

    Materials:
    Red Meat
    Red food coloring

    Fill your bathtub with water, add coloring untill water is crimson red. Cut the meat into hunks and plop it in the "water".

    Put some coloring on your feet, and make red footprints to the tub. Open your door, and invite your future wife over. Climb into the tub and wait. When she enters the bathroom and runs over to you, burst out of the tub screaming "WILL YOU MARRY ME".

    Damn that's a good idea, I might try it if/when I get married...

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    If you have your own place, you should invite her to live with you
    a while. My wife and I lived together for six months before I
    finally got us both drunk and popped the question. The following
    day I asked her again when we were both sober just to be
    sure. We're still together, so it worked for us.
    No. Wait. Don't hang up!

    This is America calling!

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    We live together right now, have been for 3 months. Not our own place but close enough, were living in her cousins basement, it doenst have access from upstaris so its private and pretty nice, it has a small kitchen, b-room w/ shower/tub and a bedroom and a living room its bigger than an apartment but still small but nice (just hate hearing her nephew and niece cry upstairs)

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