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18th Apr '17 1:25:20 AM Folamh3
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* ''Film/{{Leap Year|1921}}'': Poor Stanley does this three times in rapid succession on Catalina, gaining three unwanted fiancées.. He kind of brings it on himself, like when he tells Molly "what you need is a husband" after Molly has a breakup with her boyfriend.

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* ''Film/{{Leap Year|1921}}'': Poor Stanley does this three times in rapid succession on Catalina, gaining three unwanted fiancées..fiancées. He kind of brings it on himself, like when he tells Molly "what you need is a husband" after Molly has a breakup with her boyfriend.
14th Apr '17 7:35:45 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/{{Leap Year|1921}}'': Poor Stanley does this three times in rapid succession on Catalina, gaining three unwanted fiancées.. He kind of brings it on himself, like when he tells Molly "what you need is a husband" after Molly has a breakup with her boyfriend.
31st Jan '17 1:22:47 AM Gaby007
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* Chapter 28 from ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7845142/28/Thirty-Tales-of-a-Swordsman Thirty Tales of a Swordsman]]'' make the Strawhats end up on an island where a man has to offer some heirloom item to the girl then ask for her family to come get her for the wedding preparation. Zoro inadvertantly fulfills both conditions when he helps some fruit merchant girl, giving her a dropped necklace - he thought it was hers - and asking if she needs someone to come for her - as, does she need a doctor. The whole village immediately starts the wedding preparation poor Zoro almost finds himself married. Fortunately - for him - Luffy disagrees as the wedding would mean Zoro wouldn't be able to adventure with the Strawhats anymore.

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* Chapter 28 from ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7845142/28/Thirty-Tales-of-a-Swordsman Thirty Tales of a Swordsman]]'' make the Strawhats end up on an island where a man has to offer some heirloom item to the girl then ask for her family to come get her for the wedding preparation. Zoro inadvertantly fulfills both conditions when he helps some fruit merchant girl, giving her a dropped necklace - he thought it was hers - and asking if she needs someone to come for her - as, does she need a doctor. The whole village immediately starts the wedding preparation and poor Zoro almost finds himself married. Fortunately - for him - Luffy disagrees as the wedding would mean Zoro wouldn't be able to adventure with the Strawhats anymore.
31st Jan '17 1:21:38 AM Gaby007
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* Chapter 28 from ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7845142/28/Thirty-Tales-of-a-Swordsman Thirty Tales of a Swordsman]]'' make the Strawhats end up on an island where a man has to offer some heirloom item to the girl then ask for her family to come get her for the wedding preparation. Zoro inadvertantly fulfills both conditions when he helps some fruit merchant girl, giving her a dropped necklace - he thought it was hers - and asking if she needs someone to come for her - as, does she need a doctor. The whole village immediately starts the wedding preparation poor Zoro almost finds himself married. Fortunately - for him - Luffy disagrees as the wedding would mean Zoro wouldn't be able to adventure with the Strawhats anymore.
5th Oct '16 11:13:24 AM roxana
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* On Series/MagnumPI Higgins breaks the news of his impending marriage to another women to his Gal Pal Agatha and does it so awkwardly she thinks he's proposing and accepts! Higgins then has the fun of disillusioning her, and later of confessing that he doesn't want to marry the first woman at all and asking Agatha's advice. Somehow their friendship survives.
3rd Oct '16 4:58:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Is It College Yet?'', the SeriesFinale of ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'', features a subplot where Ms. Barch mistakes Mr. O'Neill's attempts at sympathy regarding her ex-husband as a marriage proposal.

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* ''Is "Is It College Yet?'', Yet?", the SeriesFinale of ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'', features a subplot where Ms. Barch mistakes Mr. O'Neill's attempts at sympathy regarding her ex-husband as a marriage proposal.
3rd Oct '16 4:27:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{Dexter}}'': Dexter and Rita become engaged when Rita sees Dexter holding a ring (...actually belonging to Dexter's sister's boyfriend) and assumes it's a proposal. In a twist, Dexter goes along with it.

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* ''Series/{{Dexter}}'': ''Literature/{{Dexter}}'': Dexter and Rita become engaged when Rita sees Dexter holding a ring (...actually belonging to Dexter's sister's boyfriend) and assumes it's a proposal. In a twist, Dexter goes along with it.



* ''Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman'': George and Harold write a fake marriage proposal from Principal Krupp in Ms. Ribble's retirement card. The pair are too flummoxed to protest, and the staff arranges a wedding for them.

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* ''Captain Underpants ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman'': George and Harold write a fake marriage proposal from Principal Krupp in Ms. Ribble's retirement card. The pair are too flummoxed to protest, and the staff arranges a wedding for them.
3rd Oct '16 4:00:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the Creator/AbbottAndCostello film ''Ride 'Em Cowboy'', Willoughby (Lou) accidentally shoots an arrow into an Indian maiden's teepee. Tribal custom says this is a proposal of marriage and Lou and Bud spend much of the rest of the film running away from the bride-to-be and her tribe.
* In the ''Film/TheSearchers'', Martin Pawley thinks he's buying a blanket from some Indians. Turns out he's married one of them instead, "Look". Ethan Edwards thinks it's hilarious. He is also rather nicer to the unexpected bride than her "husband", despite the fact that she's a Comanche.


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* In the Creator/AbbottAndCostello film ''Ride 'Em Cowboy'', Willoughby (Lou) accidentally shoots an arrow into an Indian maiden's teepee. Tribal custom says this is a proposal of marriage and Lou and Bud spend much of the rest of the film running away from the bride-to-be and her tribe.
* In the ''Film/TheSearchers'', Martin Pawley thinks he's buying a blanket from some Indians. Turns out he's married one of them instead, "Look". Ethan Edwards thinks it's hilarious. He is also rather nicer to the unexpected bride than her "husband", despite the fact that she's a Comanche.
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30th Sep '16 9:45:46 PM bjkatcher
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* ''Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman'': George and Harold write a fake marriage proposal from Principal Krupp in Ms. Ribble's retirement card. The pair are too flummoxed to protest, and the staff arranges a wedding for them.
23rd Aug '16 9:43:09 PM DEGLIS
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* In the ''Film/TheSearchers'', Martin Pawley thinks he's buying a blanket from some Indians. Turns out he's married one of them instead, "Look". Ethan Edwards thinks it's hilarious. He is also rather nicer to the unexpected bride than her "husband", despite the fact that she's a Comanche.
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