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Marching band makes this small-town parade marriage proposal awesome
‘She said yes!’
Some people say that we’ve hit a saturation point for viral proposal videos. Regardless, people are still devising increasingly elaborate ways to publicly propose to their significant others. And as viral proposals go, this one, which features a marching band and Pharrell Williams’ “Happy,” is rather clever.
Last weekend, Mark Keller and his girlfriend Tammy Snapp went to the Apple Blossom Festival Parade in Winchester, Virginia. When the James Wood High School marching band approached, they stopped in their tracks so Mark could bend down on one knee and ask Tammy a very important question.
When Tammy said yes, Mark turned around and began jubilantly leading the marching band in a rendition of “Happy.”
Screengrab via Mark Keller/YouTube
EJ Dickson is a writer and editor who primarily covers sex, dating, and relationships, with a special focus on the intersection of intimacy and technology. She served as the Daily Dot’s IRL editor from January 2014 to July 2015. Her work has since appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Mic, Bustle, Romper, and Men’s Health.