Udderly Bizarre Proposal Is Being Labelled As 'F***ing Gross'
A farmer has gone to creative new lengths to ask his girlfriend to marry him.
Instead of taking the traditional route -- getting down on bended knee and presenting an engagement ring inside its box -- the farmer enlisted the help of a dairy cow, slipping the sparkly ring onto its udder.
Who said love is dead?
We're not sure how the romantic scene unfolded but a woman in Singapore spotted the snap on her Facebook feed and shared it to the group 'That's It, I'm Ring Shaming: The Reckoning'.
Members of the group, quite understandably, had a little trouble focusing their eyes on the odd photo -- mistaking it for a particularly soft, hairy finger, among other things.
Others called out the farmyard proposal for being a little distasteful.
"The person is a farmer. Still doesn’t excuse his bad taste. And is this considered a nipple ring?" one commenter asked.
Some commenters voiced concerns that the ring was fit too snuggly around the udder and the cow's role in the proposal was animal abuse.
"He probably just shoved it on the poor cow’s udder. It may be a tight fit and the poor thing may be in some pain."
Another wrote that it was "F***ing gross. This animal does not deserve being abused in this fashion."
The snap also invited a torrent of cow-based puns because who could resist delving into the treasure trove of udder jokes?
"How dairy-he propose like that!" said one commenter.
”This is udderly terrible. Sorry had to go for it. But really this is gross," said another, before turning their attention to the design of the ring.
"The ring is a mess of clusters and the band is too thick. Like the person thought how can I make this ring bigger without spending any more money," wrote another.
It's not the first time someone has dragged a cow into their proposal plans, with British man Nathan Evans enlisting the help of Rosie the cow in Wiltshire to ask his girlfriend Angela Olano to marry him back in 2012.
According to the BBC, the show cow was specially prepared with a banner that read 'Will You Marry Me' that was presented to a very surprised cow-fan Angela.
Luckily, the cow's udder was kept well away from the sparkly engagement ring.
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