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  1. If you search 'best proposal in the world' on the internet, you will find innumerable, inspiring ways and ideas to make yours a memorable one. But, no matter how much efforts you put in proposing your girlfriend, neither you nor anyone else in the world can beat Yasushi 'Yassan' Takahashi. In an era when social media and internet in general wasn't a huge deal, this Japanese guy did something unbelievable, and ruined the chances of having a basic proposal for every guy out there. How, you ask? By spelling 'Marry Me' on Google Earth and GPS. YouTube/ Google For those wondering whether this is fake or photoshopped, it's not. The photo is as real and genuine as the guy's feelings for his girlfriend. Hailing from Tokyo Yasushi aka Yassan realised in 2008 that his girlfriend, natsuki is the one for him. Now, when you are so sure, you can't simply get away with a basic 'ring' proposal. We guess he thought so too and the result was this insanely amazing GPS art. YouTube/ Google In fact, it also got him into the Guinness World Record for the largest GPS drawing in history. It took Yassan six months and nearly 7000 km to draw 'Marry Me' with a heart next to it. In case you guys didn't know, GPS art is where you create digital drawings using Google Earth by travelling using a GPS device. This way, once the route is uploaded on the app, it begins to form an artwork. YouTube/ Google Google even shared a throwback of his amazing journey on Twitter, and since then his story has gone viral on social media. You can check out his journey here, and rest assured, you're going to be swooning by the end of it. For over 10 years, Tokyo resident Yasushi “Yassan” Takahashi has been creating GPS art with @googleearth and #StreetView—but it was his very first drawing that was his biggest, in more ways than one → https://t.co/O9dYPHyauy pic.twitter.com/dEXmwp9suc — Google (@Google) April 10, 2019 While it all went well for him and his girlfriend said yes, imagine (hypothetically) if she said no? Then he would have have a different story with a Guiness World Record and six month travel experience at hands, which is not exactly bad, is it?
  2. After not being a part of the playing XI for two ODIs against New Zealand, which led to some of his fans speculate his surprise WWE Royal Rumble appearance this year, MS Dhoni was back with the squad to play the fifth and final match at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington after healing from a hamstring injury. In the former skipper's absence, the team had suffered a massive blow in the fourth ODI in Hamilton when the batting order completely imploded leading to one of the worst batting performances by the Men in Blue, in the history of Indian cricket as they were wrapped up at 92 runs, total. On making his return though, it felt as if Dhoni had never left the team as he continued to read the rival batsman's posture and coached the bowlers accordingly from behind the stumps in his usual loud-mouthed manner as we saw in the first ODI as well when the keeper helped spinner Kuldeep Yadav bag Trent Boult's wicket to end the Kiwis' innings. We have come to terms with the fact that every game MS Dhoni plays will have a special 'MS Dhoni Highlight'. In Wellington too, arguably the best wicket keeper of our time, Dhoni had a highlight all to his own when he ran out New Zealand's middle order batsman, James Neesham. Ms dhoni 10years challenge ð¥ð#Dhoni #MSDhoni #INDvNZ pic.twitter.com/FLPOcPFqEc — Lachu (@Msdlachu) February 3, 2019 As the entire team cried loud for an LBW appeal on a Kedar Jadhav delivery, a distracted Neesham moved out of the crease for a split second and that's when MS Dhoni capitalised as he threw the ball directly at the stumps to take the Kiwi's wicket. The real fun, however, began once the match was over and the Indian side won the series 4-1, when the International Cricket Council (ICC) replied to Japanese artist Yoko Ono's life-advice seeking tweet with probably the best response from the 2000+ response long thread. Never leave your crease with MS Dhoni behind the stumps! https://t.co/RoUp4iMpX6 — ICC (@ICC) February 3, 2019 With a brilliant sportsmanship, James Neesham also responded to the tweet: Thanks for all the advice. Figure out where the ball is, then run. Gotcha ð — Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) February 3, 2019 After winning their 9th bilateral ODI series since the 2017 Champions Trophy, India look ready to for a three-game T20I series against New Zealand starting 6th February 2019.
  3. Actress Julia Roberts once said "True love doesn't come to you, it has to be inside you." Looks like this Japanese dude took some serious 'inspiration' from her words and literally ate his girlfriend, who was actually a cockroach from Africa. Yuta Shinohara, a 25-year-old entomophagist, was in a serious relationship for almost a year with Lisa, his 'beloved' cockroach girlfriend he bought from Africa. In fact, he was so deeply and madly in love with her that he even fantasised having *** with it. Shinohara agreed that although the relationship was platonic, he often imagined having *** with it in a fantasy world where either he was miniaturised or she was super-sized. And you thought your imagination was weird! YouTube/ Asian Boss However, his romantic love story came to a sad end and Shinohara was left devastated when Lisa died. "The day she passed away was difficult, but I knew it had to come since she was a cockroach with a short lifespan,” he said. YouTube/ Asian Boss I don't know if you noticed or not that I mentioned Shinohara is an entomophagist, which means he is someone who practices eating bugs and insects as food. He did the same with his 'true love' Lisa. He ate the cockroach after she died, so that she can live in his heart and body forever. Shinohara said, "I did it with reverence. So now Lisa lives in my heart and continues living as part of my body." How romantic, isn't it? According to Shinohara, Lisa was hotter than any human girl in the world and that they were "100% serious" about each other. In other news, Shinohara is famous for popularising insect cuisine in the country. He often hosts events where he makes and serves dishes likes noodles, cocktails and desserts made from bugs and worms. His 'ramen made with crickets' is supposedly a delicacy loved by people. Even 'creepy' is an understatement for Shinohara's love story, which ended or probably became 'immortal' when he ate her just so she can continue to live in his body. All those people who say "True love knows no boundaries", will probably take back their words now, after meeting Shinohara.
  4. You can't choose your family, nor can you decide whether to be born with or without a silver spoon. You can't decide whether to be born into a royal family or as a commoner. But, you can choose to let go of the wealth and royalty, if you want to be with someone you truly love. On this note, let's introduce this Japanese princess who did exactly that by leaving her royal status and title to marry a commoner. Twitter On Monday the 28-year-old Princess Ayako, daughter of Emperor Akihito's cousin, married a commoner Kei Moriya in a Shinto-style wedding at Tokyo's Meiji Shrine. The 32-year-old Moriya works for a shipping company called Nippon Yusen. According to the Japanese media, the wedding included an exchange of rings, followed by a cup of sake the couple shared. é«å宮家ã®ä¸å¥³ã®çµ¢å­ãã¾ã¨ã大ææµ·éä¼ç¤¾ã«å¤åããå®è°·æ§ããã®çµå©å¼ããæ±äº¬ã®ææ²»ç¥å®®ã§è¡ããã¾ããã åå10æåããã«ææ²»ç¥å®®ã«å°çããã¨ãé³¥å±ã®åã§åºè¿ããå®è°·ããã¨ã¨ãã«å¼ããããç¥æ¥½æ®¿ã¸ã¨é²ã¾ãã¾ãããhttps://t.co/Ll3XgjhZJD #nhk_news #nhk_video pic.twitter.com/gAJUPHcytx — NHKãã¥ã¼ã¹ (@nhk_news) October 29, 2018 It is said that women cannot inherit Japan's Chrysanthemum Throne. The women who marry into the imperial family become members of the family, but those who marry commoners have to give up their royal status and title. Princess Ayako leaves the Takamado residence for her wedding at Meiji Shrine on October 29, 2018 ð·: Jiji, Mainichi pic.twitter.com/6BcEMOqMLh — Prisma (@ImperialJPNfan) October 29, 2018 Leaving behind your royal status and title and adjusting to a commoner's life is not an easy thing, but Princess Ayako told the local media she is "filled with happiness." In fact, Moriya too said that he hoped to help Princess Ayako adjust to a commoner's life, "I want us to work together, hand in hand, to create a family filled with smiles." Princess Ayako joins Kei Moriya at Meiji Shrine. They proceed to Kaguraden (Hall of Sacred Music and Dance) for their wedding on October 29, 2018. ð·: Mainichi, Jiji pic.twitter.com/l3zvykjbBE — Prisma (@ImperialJPNfan) October 29, 2018 It was kind of love at first sight for Ayako and Moriya, who met each other because of their mothers who were friends. While Ayako said that "It didn't feel as though we had met for the first time", Moriya was attracted to her gentle spirit. He said, "And I knew I wanted to spend the rest of my life with her." We wish the couple a happy married life. How far can you go for love? Source: HuffPost
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