Wedding proposal hidden in a Kinder Surprise Egg

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19 Responses to “Wedding proposal hidden in a Kinder Surprise Egg”

  1. mccrum says:

    His astonishing work simply putting the foil back on without causing suspicion is worthy of great applause.  Adding a ring and personalized robot inside only ups my awe.

    • ChickieD says:

      I agree. I would have completely screwed it up. I suspect maybe he had more than one egg so he could get a complete wrapper, but even just taking it off without messing it up, then putting that back on believably, I think that would be a feat. Then taking the egg apart and back together – another possible source of total failure. Seems like a thoughtful and personal proposal. Plus, dude, nice ring!!! 

  2. Martin Harley says:

    Now that they have changed the wrapper (at least in the UK) this would be almost impossible. 

  3. Mike Guerrero says:

    Sweet. I also like the fact the robot/figure is one of my obsessions from a few years ago, Stikfas, Mechana Robot FTW, BTW.

  4. sam1148 says:

    Unfortunately Kinder Eggs are banned in the USA (Choking hazard in food for kids). If customs see them they’ll take them from you and give you a stern lecture.  http://www.cbc.ca/news/offbeat/story/2012/07/18/kinder-eggs-illegal-candy-canada-border.html

  5. coop says:

    Assault rifles OK, Kinder Surprise, banned.

  6. sokkles says:

    Pretty cool… but nothing will ever be quite as awesome as this engagement ring box:  http://imgur.com/a/mskl7

  7. Wingnut says:

    A nice change from the usual premarital surprise of a positive-reading pregnancy kit.

  8. Matt Ludlow says:

    Isn’t that an actual size, real ring?

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