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One guy from Connecticut has taken the “promposal” to new heights, literally.

High school students across the country have been coming up with creative ways of asking their dates to prom.

We’ve seen a guy stupidly pretend to be a suicide bomber and one kid who made a girl cry after she made fun of his elaborate road signs.

Eddie Staten wanted to do something extreme as well, and so he decided to express his love for his girlfriend by leaping out of a plane.

In the video, Staten holds up a sign that just reads “Talia, Prom?” It’s short, sweet and to the point, but apparently that was not enough.

The rest of the clip shows him skydiving with an instructor from a company called Skydive Danielson, who encourages his girlfriend to go with him.

“I hope she says yes,” Staten says while falling.

She did, according to NBC.

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In this unexpected crowdpleaser from America's Got Talent, 31-year-old Georgia native Travis Pratt blows away the audience and judges with his epic falsetto range shortly before warming everyone's heart with a surprise event for his girlfriend.

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On a trip to Toronto, lucky boyfriend Dylan was treated to a Scott Pilgrim-themed scavenger hunt, culminating with this marriage proposal from his girlfriend. Well done.

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David Pogue, a tech writer for the New York Times, put together a marriage proposal that puts all others to shame. Pogue made a trailer of his relationship with his now soon-to-be-wife Nicky, and convinced a resort theater to play it as part of a movie night. A hidden camera captured every moment of Nicky's reaction.

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When photographer Patrick Lu noticed a man proposing to his girlfriend on the capital grounds in Austin, TX, he instinctively snapped a pic to capture the moment.

It turned out so well that the next morning, he threw the image up on Reddit to try and discover the identities of the mystery couple.

Lu's inquiry quickly made it to the top of /r/Austin with 1,400 up votes, but the groom-to-be, Joel Bush, caught wind of the thread through friends.

Bush, shocked, says he and fiancée Jennifer Orr are grateful:

We experienced that magic on its own terms, with no thought about posing or anything. And, because the photographer did such an awesome job, we also have that precise moment and her beautiful reaction captured for safekeeping. It's pretty priceless.

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