Watch "the LARPosal": the most epic Live Action Role Playing proposal of all time

Oh nothing, it's just Matt and Brittany surrounded by 30 of their closest friends who came together to pull off a Live Action Role Playing proposal...
Oh nothing, it's just Matt and Brittany surrounded by 30 of their closest friends who came together to pull off a Live Action Role Playing proposal…

I'm proud to say that one day, my best friend and I became evil and kidnapped our buddy Matt before he could propose to his girlfriend. What happened next, is the stuff of legend…

The legend of the LARPosal — the most epic proposal of all time! Or, as my friend — the new engaged Brittany — explained it:

brittany and matt LARPosal

My boyfriend Matt proposed to me in the most elaborate way possible. He, along with all of our closest friends, orchestrated an epic LARP (Live Action Role Play) adventure where I got to play the hero and save him from a terrible evil. To say that I'm the world's luckiest girl is the understatement of the century.

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This is Brittany on her quest to rescue her future fiancé, aided by mermaids

Watch the bride-to-be fight trolls, entertain dragons, speak to mermaids, and ugly cry as the entire day unfolds in a super-sweet proposal.

(Psst: Yes, I know it's long. But it's edited Pop-Up Video-style, and narrated by Grant Imahara, and features my ridiculous acting. Trust me, it's completely worth spending your lunch hour on this.)

LARPosal

Congrats Matt and Brittany, I was honored to be a part of this, and I can't wait to see feature whatever the hell y'all do for the actual wedding!

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  1. It made me laugh It made me cry. I love his coat there at the end too. You two will have a great life ahead of you sharing such a sense of humor.

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