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Christopher Eggington, 50, said he had wanted to propose to his partner Sandra Bidgood, 48, for a long time.
Maybe you have heard or seen situations like this in the past, probably in movies, like, someone takes a fishing trip and in a peculiar things happens; for a man in Lincolnshire, England, found in the belly of a fish a gold ring.
“We had a beautiful catch. We had been working on our fishing style and the new fishing rods were doing a great job. We released most of our fish but kept two for dinner.
When we returned to the house, Sandra was in charge of preparing the food. I’ve never been so good at gutting the fish, so I always give them to Sandra for her to do since she does not mind. That’s when I heard a squeak and turned to see Sandra, beaming with joy, holding an engagement ring. “
The incredible thing is that the man had not put the ring inside the fish, but when Sandra made the discovery he decided that it was the right time to ask her to marry him:
The man finally mustered the courage to propose to his girlfriend after she discovered an engagement ring on a fish that Christopher caught.
“I did not put the ring in the fish, so I can only assume that the animal swallowed it at some point before I caught it. To make the story short, Sandra and I are now engaged. I wanted to propose to her some time ago, but it turns out that if nothing else, I needed a little push. “
Christopher had the intention of going out and buying a ring at a time that Sandra was not in town, so as not to spoil the surprise, but after the fishing trip, instead they used the one they found in the fish’s mouth ( after cleaning it really well).
The happy couple intends to go soon to buy their wedding rings after spending five years together.
Luckily for Christopher, the engagement ring was completely free, something that many couples would like.
Source: La Neta Noticias