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A North Carolina man’s Family-Feud’ the proposal to have a girlfriend, go viral

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One of North Carolina’s now-viral proposal to his girlfriend, took a page out of the popular TV game show “Family Feud.”

In a Facebook video posted Monday, the man, who was identified by Fox 8 as well as Joshua Bell, and asked his girlfriend, Kiana Myrick, a series of wedding-themed questions in a Family Feud format.

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“We surveyed a hundred women,” Bell said, standing behind Myrick and if they are willing to do what she thought was just a normal game with my family.

“One day, a woman will always dream of it,” he said, when Myrick answered: “The day of the wedding!”

One of North Carolina’s now-viral proposal to his girlfriend, took a page out of the popular TV game show “Family Feud.” (Photo: iStock)

The Bell continued his rapid-fire questions, all of which are related to weddings, such as “name something a woman wears all white.”

Then, suddenly, the ” family game night took a turn for the worse as Bell asked, “How are you you: will you marry me?”

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Myrick, seems to have a bit of a confused, slightly turned to look back at him.

“Yes, shall I?” she said skeptically.

To call, followed by, “you might as well make it official, “right”,” before you go on one knee to officially pop the question.

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Pettibone jaw drops, and appears to be shocked by the surprise proposal, as well as her family, happily celebrating.

“I love you with all my heart,” Bell said, as, Myrick, wipe the tears of joy. “A lot of people will be able to say that we are at a young age, but I can tell you that life is too short.

“Because of everything we’ve been through, baby, but we have to keep God first. And now, eight years later, here we are –I’m looking forward to 88 more,” he added. “Will you marry me?”

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The video, which has garnered 2.4 K comments on Facebook, raked up 1.6 million views on Friday morning.

Oh, and in case you were wondering, she said yes.

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