Finally, another Chinese Romeo has discovered that the way to a woman’s heart is not through watermelons, pomelos or lychees, but with meat.
The day before Chinese Valentine’s Day (Qixi Festival), a young man named Mu Siyao proposed to his girlfriend, Wang Qiqi, with a bouquet of his own design, where the leaves were replaced by lettuce and the roses replaced by rolls of meat.
For his grand proposal, Mu got down on one knee with the customized bouquet inside the Changchun hot pot restaurant where the two had their first date two years ago. He said that he remembered how her favorite thing to eat was the restaurant’s beef — thus the beef bouquet.
After this roumantic gesture, how could Wang say anything but “yes.”
We last saw someone pull off a meat bouquet to great success in 2015 in Beijing. Money bouquets also appear to do the trick as well.
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