Maddie Posted January 30, 2016 Posted January 30, 2016 5 minutes ago, April said: To me the beauty of a proposal doesn't rely on the element of surprise. In fact, you know these public/semi-public surprise proposals that many people find super romantic? I'm the kind of person who finds them pretty awful, whoops. I can't help but cringe a little and hope that the couple did at least talk about marriage at some point because the whole idea of being put on the spot with everyone expecting you to say "YES!!" is skyrocketing my anxiety levels. In Sheldon's case what's a lot more important to me is how he'll propose, like what does he think is the right moment and what words will he chose? I don't even care if it's a romantic outing or a private situation - but I'm hoping for something that's coming from the heart and shows that whatever walls he may have maintained over the years to keep her at bay have now crumbled and he's in without any reservations. I mean, we already see bits of this but for a proposal it would be nice to put all of that into a little speech and wrap it up with a cute bow! Yes, all of this. I've always felt like an ass for thinking these big surprising proposals are kinda cheesy and cringe-worthy. I mean, if others like it that's perfectly fine. But I always thought if the woman (or whoever is being proposed to) is completely caught off-guard and didn't know it was coming or engagement wasn't discussed, did she really want to say yes or did she feel obligated to because of the way she was proposed? My version of a perfect proposal for Shamy would be something quiet, simple, and understated. Now, the writers may still go in the direction of some spectacular circumstance, but I think what is really going to sweep Amy (and the audience) off her feet is the words he chooses and the way he says them. It's all about the little looks and nuances, of which Mayim and Jim will undoubtedly deliver stunningly. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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