Whatever happened to bending down on one knee during a private dinner date to ask someone to marry you? Must all our proposals be made for public consumption? Apparently yes, and thank goodness, too, because every once in a while, the YouTube masses get to be voyeurs to true acts of romance, and the newly engaged couples have a permanent video memory of the occasion readily searchable through Google, which is the way the Founding Fathers (Larry Page, Sergey Brin) intended it.
The latest? The fiance-to-be gets all of his friends together to perform a song with special meaning to the couple, and let’s try not to judge them for their guilty fondness of 90s hair-metal ballads. The icing on the cake? A cameo from the fiancee-to-be’s favorite actor, Aaron Paul, whose love affair with humanity continues.