Popping the question to that special someone is always a scary thought isn't it? For the prospective individual, the stress of the answer alone could keep anyone up at night. But there's other things of course that have to go into the moment itself.

The ring, the weather, the time of day, someone to capture the moment, should family be there or not...but the one thing we'll be talking about today is: the location. Yes, where you propose is almost just as important as the ring.

But much like the other things mentioned, a lot of thought has to be put into the place where, hopefully, the significant other will say yes with no hesitation. Maybe it's the place where they first met, or where the first date happened. Sometimes there's just a place around the area that fits the moment.

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Other times, it's someplace you wouldn't expect.

Maybe Even Sometimes In A Texas Supermarket

Yes, a Texas supermarket could work right? As it turns out, H-E-B can absolutely work as a place to ask your significant other to spend the rest of their life with you. In a video posted to Tik Tok, this exact moment happened:

That worker's face says it all doesn't it? What a special moment to witness. But I do have a question or two.

Questions Pertaining To The Individuals

There's two questions that stick out in my mind. First off, did these individuals meet in the H-E-B in question, or do the work together? Also, is there significance to aisle two?

We need to somehow find the newly engaged couple and find the answers don't we?

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