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The Geek’s Guide to Proposing [Infographic]



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A History of Geeky Proposals

April 2008

Programming Geek

Programming geek hacks ‘Bejeweled’ so when girlfriend reaches a certain score, a marriage proposal shows on screen.

August 2008

Google Geek

Google geek asks girlfriend to marry him by holding up sign in Google Street View.

February 2009

App Geek

App geek designs an iPhone app that leads girlfriend on a <3 shaped scavenger hunt around San Francisco in lead up to proposal.

October 2009

Gaming geek

Gaming geek proposes to girlfriend by spelling out ‘Lisa Will You Marry Me?’ using gold coins in Super Mario.

May 2011

Film Geek

Film geek makes a movie trailer to propose.

December 2011

Meme Geek

Meme geek uses a series of internet memes to propose to girlfriend.

February 2012

Infographic Geek

Infographic geek proposes to girlfriend using infographic.

March 2012

Physics Geek

Physics geek proposes to girlfriend by writing a scientific paper.

February 2013

Social Media Geek

Facebook geek proposes to Twitter geek using Twitter and Facebook Graph Search.

March 2013

Harry Potter Geek

Potterhead uses a ring hidden inside a Golden Snitch to propose.


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5 thoughts on “The Geek’s Guide to Proposing [Infographic]

  1. The heck is this?

  2. eHarmony Post author

    April 30, 2013 at 9:38 AM

    Hi Steve,

    This is just a fun infographic on interesting proposals. It’s a light-hearted look into how people have used technology to propose in the last few years.

    Best wishes,
    eHarmony Advice

  3. Your posts really cover the topic well.

  4. I think if it ever comes to me proposing, I’ll stick with the good old fashioned down-on-on-knee approach. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!

  5. All of your posts are written very well ,they cover the topic in depth. Looking forward to future posts.

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