Woman’s response to proposal called a ‘huge red flag’ after she grabs ring while partner is still talking
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Featured Image Credit: TikTok/ @court_the_croissant
People are flooding to social media divided over a woman's 'entitled' response to her partner's proposal.
Ah, proposals. They have the power to either solidify a relationship or, if they go seriously wrong, completely tear it apart.
Prepare to feel as shocked as he was:
Court - who goes by @court_the_croissant on the platform - uploaded a video of her proposal to TikTok.
The footage shows the pair in the garden, Court's partner knelt down on one knee with Court standing in front of him. In the background are pieces of paper spelling out, 'Will you marry me?'
Court's partner is holding the ring out inside it's box and Court can be seen reaching out and taking it, before slotting it on her finger herself.
The video states: "No one: Absolutely no one:
"Me: Takes the engagement ring and puts it on while he's still talking."
The caption reads: "In my defense it was so beautiful I had to put it on right then and there!"
People are flocking to the post in a series of divided responses to Court's quick reaction to pick up the ring and place it on her finger herself.
Some have criticised her for it, one calling it 'entitled' behaviour.
"Run sir," one wrote.
Another commented: "I know someone who did this... They got divorced in five months."
However, others have defended the TikToker, finding Court's reaction very relatable.
One said: "You were just too excited!!! Congratulations to you both."
"My wife didn’t even let me propose. I got back from the jewelers and she said 'Where’s my ring?' She and I have been together 17 years. Dude knows," a second added.
A third commented: "My husband got nervous and didn't say a word so I just put the ring on bc I didn't know what to do."
And a final wrote: "That is the quickest yes with zero hesitation on this side of the Alamo. You’d win any fast draw. You should be proud. And congrats!"
Court later responded to one particular comment telling her soon-to-be husband to 'run' and warning him Court is a 'walking red flag' with a video of him practising his sprint starts.
The TikToker said: "We've been practicing our running drills. Still no improvement... Looks like he's stuck with me."