To the Anon about proposals: My husband and I dated for 2 years before he proposed. And let me tell you…I will never forget it. I was at work. He comes rushing into the office and says ‘I need to talk to you!’ breathless . I think something horrible has happened and rush out the door. He then gets on one knee in front of EVERYONE, pulls out this little black box with the ring inside, and says ‘I found my nerve. Will you marry me?’ And I stand there and go ‘huh?’ So, in front of my co-workers, he asks again and I said yes. 3 years later, I still haven’t lived it down. Would I have liked a more…romantic proposal? Sure! But my husband suffers chronic depression and anxiety, so the fact he proposed in front of about 20 people is the touching part for me. My husband proposed in a moment of intense and sudden self-confidence in himself and in the fact that I loved him and would say yes.So yeah; it’s more about the people than the setting. It should be true to the people and how they feel about each other.