Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you want to propose, but you just don’t know how. And, to make matters worse, times are tough, so you’re on a pretty tight budget. Don’t worry. Pizza Hut has your back with their ‘Tie the Knot with the $10 Dinner Box’ promotion.
It happens every year. February 14th rolls around and we’re all supposed to be in the mood for love. Well, if you’re having a little trouble getting there this year, watching some truly outrageous (and gladly accepted) marriage proposals should pretty much do the trick.
It’s that time of year again! Hollywood is in the full swing of awards season. Next on the list of glitzy galas is the 54th annual Grammy Awards. They will air live on CBS, this Sunday, February 12th at 8 pm Eastern and 7 pm Central.
As we approach Valentine’s Day and the season of love, a lot of couples get the urge to take that big step toward marriage. But before your eyes well up with tears of joy and sweetness, you must do the math. Based on the law of percentages, not all of these proposals can possibly go well.
Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us and that means people around the world will be trying to get engaged. If you’re one of these lovebirds and are feeling anxious about popping the question, don’t worry. If you let these emotions get the best of you, you might end up chickening out and marrying your cat. We’re not joking.
It looms ever closer once again. That day when people who like watching other people chase each other and a little ball around a field for several hours get together to sit in groups and yell at random intervals. You’re social, so you go, but you aren’t that into sports. We understand.
Then: Taran Noah Smith was the awkward, youngest son on the popular ’90s sitcom starring Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson, about an accident-prone dad, “Tim the Toolman Taylor,” who hosted a home improvement television show and his trials and tribulations raising a family. Smith lurked in the shadows of his heartthrob, co-star brothers Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Zachary Ty Bryan.
The wedding of your child is one of life’s most important events. For the most part, couples want to have their parents at their wedding. And, for the most part, parents make their best effort to be there. Schedules are cleared and plans are made.
But what happens if one of the parents suddenly falls ill and is not able to witness the occasion or be in any of the photos? This is exactly what happened to newlyweds Brian and Laura Shoop.
The monarchs of cute over at Animal Planet started something genius a few years ago, and this year, they will continue their adorable tradition by bringing us Puppy Bowl VIII on February 5th. There’s another big game that day, but the true battle for the title of champ will be fought by man’s best friend. And probably more than one player named Champ.
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