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A Proposal in an iPad Box: Better than a Tablet?

by Hazel Chua

I got a ton of presents this Christmas, and I hope you did, too. There were some I liked, some I didn’t, and some that I absolutely loved. But regardless of the actual gift in the box, it’s the thought that counts, so I guess I can say that I loved everything I got. What about you?

There were some unexpected presents, for sure, but I’m sure the person who got the most unexpected gift of all was the recipient of Redditor rad_rob.

iPadThe box you see above was gifted to his girlfriend. And while it’s the box for an iPad, it doesn’t actually contain an iPad inside. Instead, it holds something that’s more like the key to her future – and his as well, if everything works out.

Yep, that’s right: rad_rob wrapped up his proposal and an engagement ring in an iPad box and you’d be surprised at the lengths he went through to get it right. You can check out the gallery below to see exactly what he did.

Good luck, Rob – I hope you got an “I Do!” and not a “Where’s my iPad?”

[via BuzzFeed]

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