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The Entire Internet’s In Tears Over BF’s Risky Yet Adorable Bath Bomb Proposal

The holidays are always a perfect time to pop the big question.

Whether that involves creatively using a baggage claim carousel as a prop during holiday traveling, getting her a custom-made ice cream because you both love it so much or even hopefully saying “I do” when they finally make it legal to marry a robot you built yourself.

It always seems like people are one-upping each other when it comes to proposals, and this is no exception.

Twitter user @kassidyrun1 received a bath bomb from her boyfriend on Christmas, but she finally used it on December 30 — probably to his chagrin.

“OH MY GOD, BABE. TAKE A BATH ALREADY. YOU LOOK TENSE. PLEASE RELAX. WITH THIS BATH BOMB. PLEASE.”

bath bomb with ring inside

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But then she noticed something floating on the water after the bomb fizzled out.

Ring floats to top bath bomb proposal

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What?! Her boyfriend is basically Rumpelstiltskin, but instead of weaving hay into gold, he turns bath bombs into diamonds?!

ring in bath bomb

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While it’s technically a “promise ring,” this is still a super adorable way to propose…

bath bomb proposal ring

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Unless you’re dating a scammer and she lets the bathtub drain and never mentions the ring. In that case, you’d have to go out and get a new one while she’s off pawning the first diamond.

Honestly, it could be a pretty lucrative con if you play your cards right.

But who would do such a thing? Certainly not me, and certainly not numerous times. *sigh* I wonder why no one trusts me?

You too can get a ring hidden in a bath bomb, thanks to Pearl Bath Bombs.

They come in a lot of different coors and scents and even have different ring designs. The price ranges from $14.95-$44.95, and they ship all over the world.

So, there’s no excuse to be stinky and single — ring-filled bath bombs are as good as killing two birds with one stone.

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Hope Schreiber

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Hope Schreiber was raised on a mountain in New York and somehow found her way to LA. She is an expert in folklore, demonology, and can pronounce 'charcuterie.'
Hope Schreiber was raised on a mountain in New York and somehow found her way to LA. She is an expert in folklore, demonology, and can pronounce 'charcuterie.'

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