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This Girls Reaction To Her Boyfriend Proposing With 16 Dogs Is Priceless

How do you propose to a hound lover? If you thought about putting a leash on them instead of a reverberate, you were wrong and have serious problems. Good thing Maurice Goldstein doesn’t have a distorted intellect looks just like you do and has observed the perfect direction to ask his girlfriend Laura Stamper to marry him.

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Maurice got Laura’s friend Rebecca Yale to meet her for lunch on a trip to Los Angeles. Yale, a marry photographer, afterward condoned herself, clarifying she had to meet a client. Little did Laura know, she was the customer. Laura and Maurice have been dating for over 4 years. The couple lives in New York City but were in LA for Thanksgiving. Maurice suggested to Laura that they go on a hike, and when they came to the scout phase, everything started unfolding.

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Maurice also had a friend bring along some therapy puppies called’ Pack of Hearts.’ Furthermore, he made sure the gang were standing nearby to make sure the moment was straight out of a fairytale.

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“It was all incredibly meaningful, ” Stampler told Elite Daily . You watch, she adores hounds so much better, they’ve even influenced a book she wrote, Little Black Dresses, Little White Lies . “[ In the book ,] there’s an assortment of puppies and weird dog-related occurrences. Like a pug prom. And a Bark-Mitzvah.”

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There were rose petals, and an acapella choir embracing her favorite Disney songs.

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As you can probably guess, Laura said’ Yes.’ And it was then when the dogs were unleashed.’ Cause that’s course better than liberating doves!

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“Although some wondered if there were too many elements during the proposal( a capella, hike, rose petals, loose puppies ?) Maurice implemented it perfectly.( He even hired Task Rabbits to park in front of the hiking road to save places for people who were involved .) It was all incredibly meaningful and we then celebrated with both of our families at a restaurant after.”

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By the course, recollect Laura’s friend Rebecca? She was also there to capture it all.

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Laura and Maurice met in the summer of 2011 once they are both interpreting other people. “We would randomly run into each other( treading to work on Broadway, on the way to brunch with friends in Chelsea) over the years. I ever felt drew attention to him — in the back of my brain, I knew that we could be really compatible — but knew I wasn’t ready yet. I candidly felt like if we got together, it could be the real deal.”

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“Then, like any good millennial, we reconnected over dating apps, ” she continued. “Although the story’s slightly more interesting than that. So, I was extending the intersection of tech and culture at Time publication, and in 2014 that necessitated dating apps! I’d written a mag feature on my own personal experiences and then would do a bunch of web write-ups on each new learn/ update/ etc.”

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“Tinder had just launched a new feature, so I went on my job phone to check it out, ” Laura added. “I must have visualized Maurice and swiped right to say hello — but then un-downloaded the app on my phone formerly my tale was done because I was in a( not-so-great) relation at the time with a person who has … treated me not-so-great-ly.( Likewise: He argued to keep Tinder on his telephone during the relationship … younger Laura, spoke the chamber .) Suffice it to say, we didn’t work out.”

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“Months later, when I was ready to date again, I re-downloaded the app and up came a really old message from Maurice. I mailed a extremely delayed response, he texted to ask me to sips, and the rest is history. I haven’t gone on a date with another person since.”

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At first I anticipated Maurice — the guy who astonished me with a 5k-race on a date night six months into the relationship … — to want to crush a strangely day, “easy” hike through Runyon Canyon before drinks with pals. It wasn’t until I verified the rose petals that I knew it was more. Like, much more. From the a cappella choir singing Disney( you can various kinds of hear “Kiss the Girl” over my hyperventilating !) to liberating a pack of 16 bird-dogs after I said/ sobbed yes( because dogs> dives ), from devoting the stone my granddad gave my grandma a brand-new life to bringing in one of our friend to photograph( and one of yours to shed bloom petals and take the video below ), I can’t imagine anything more magical. I love you, Maurice. For this and so, so much more.

And now, in case anyone wanted to see me literally sob while and attempt to hug every hound, our recommendation video 😛 TAGEND

Posted by Laura Stampler on Thursday, November 29, 2018

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