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Survey: What's The Best Time To Propose?

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Fellas, if you've been thinking about popping the question, now may be the best time to do so, at least according to other men.

According to a survey by the vacation planning site chilisauce.co.uk almost one in three men say that Christmas Eve is the most romantic day to ask your girlfriend to marry you.

Christmas Day came in 5th place, and was surprisingly beat out by Halloween.

Some other surprising findings by the survey include: 15% of women think that using technology is the best way to propose, and 65% of men say they would say no if their girlfriends proposed to them.

Here's the list of ideal proposal days.

For women:

  1. Valentines day
  2. Anniversary on the day you met
  3. Christmas Eve
  4. Christmas Day
  5. New Year's Eve
  6. Boxing Day
  7. New Year's Day
  8. His Birthday
  9. Her Birthday
  10. Halloween

For Men:

  1. Christmas Eve
  2. Valentine's Day
  3. Anniversary of the day you met
  4. Halloween
  5. Christmas day
  6. New Year's Eve
  7. News Year's Day
  8. Boxing day
  9. His Birthday
  10. Her Birthday
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