Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Job Idea

So I was streaming a local radio station this week and I heard a story that caught me off guard. They reported (and I don't claim to remember it precisely, but I will try to get it as close as I can) that somewhere between 75-80% of women are disappointed in the way their man proposed to them. This got me thinking and I think I know why. Many women, and even girls, dream about the day that their prince charming comes into their life and asks for their hand in marriage. I am sure if you take a poll, many females have an idea of their ideal proposal. There in lies the problem. Girls make up these grandiose ideas of how they would love to be asked and so therefore a guy can't, or usually doesn't, live up to those expectations. Maybe you know where I'm going with this, but I was thinking maybe I should start a business - Proposal Planner. Normally it is the females that come up with these ideas that guys don't stack up against, so maybe it would help if a female was part of the planning of the proposal. Don't get me wrong, I am sure many men are capable of coming up with amazing ways to ask their significant other for their hand in marriage, but I just thought maybe I could help those guys out that are stuck. I could personalize if for the couple even - your girl likes movies, maybe make a mock preview before a movie, your girl likes biking, maybe putting the ring in her water bottle (of course make sure she can't swallow it, DUH) before going on a romantic ride, your girl likes the beach, build a sandcastle with the ring (but don't lose it in the sand) and ask her to be the queen of your castle. Now I can't offer guarantees, but I am hoping that maybe my new business would help lower the disappointment in these women's lives. These women will play the proposal over and over in their head, tell their friends, families, co-workers and even strangers, you should want it to be an awesome reflection of your love for your girl.

Just an idea, but hey, any guys out there that need some help, shoot me an email :)

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