An Engaging Look at How Geeky Guys Propose [Infographic]
Proposing marriage is a moment filled with uncertainty for guys since there is no guarantee of whether the woman will say “yes.” Since geeky guys often turn to technology to scientifically solve their problems, it’s no surprise that nerds may calm their nerves by seeking out statistics about prime proposal conditions to optimize their odds of success. In fact, eHarmony.com posted this humorous infographic that illustrates how geeks go about planning, preparing, and performing a proposal using the latest technological tactics. It breaks down the basics of buying the ring, then states statistical formulas for picking the perfect proposal age. Next, it provides computer-coded options for saying the words in a high-tech way and shares statistical data on how the engaged socially share the big news. Finally, the infographic displays empirical evidence of past proposals with a history on how nerds have approached their nuptials. From the geek who proposed via Google Street View in August 2008 to the meme-obsessed man who used Internet memes in December 2011 and the Facebook fanatic who proposed to the Twitter buff with a social showing this year, take a look at this funny infographic that shows the marital moves of how geeks get to “yes.”
Infographic by eHarmony.
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