The next time you're asked to help your roommate pick up supplies for a party at Home Depot, be prepared to see a flashmob proposal go down. Spencer Stout was exactly in this position when his now fiancé Dustin Reeser brought together a group of their friends and family to ask for Spencer's hand in marriage at their local store in Salt Lake City, Utah.
While it wasn't exactly a flashmob proposal so much as a an organized lip sync to Betty Who's 'Somebody Loves You,' the proposal featured appearances from parents and young children holding up tablets so people far away could participate in the magical moment. Towards the end of the song, Dustin joins in with a poster board with perfectly timed lyrics 'If I am good to you...Won't you be good to me?'
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