This ideal husband proposed to his wife with a handmade Monopoly board designed just for her.

This ideal husband proposed to his wife with a handmade Monopoly board designed just for her.
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Justin Lebon proposed to his now-wife Michal using a handmade wooden Monopoly board. He collaborated with his friend Mark Becker, a craftsman with an Etsy storefront. Everything about the board is a reference to their relationship: The spaces represent the places they've been to together, the utilities are the bills they actually pay (Comcast and Pacific Gas and Electric), and the railroads are Westin Hotels they've stayed in. 

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The whole thing.
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They like to get away to California.
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The houses were spray-painted to match the board.
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They met on Match.com.

Because Monopoly takes forever to play and often makes people yell at each other, Justin rigged the dice so Michal would automatically land on a Chance space on the first roll and pull the "Will you marry me?" card.

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She could only roll a three and a four.
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That would be super awkward if she said no.

She said yes, and after advancing to the Luxury Tax space, she found the ring in the hidden compartment.

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Whoaaaa.

This happened in December, but Justin just posted about it on Reddit today.

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Did they finish the game, or was this one of those lame "everyone's a winner" situations?
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Hooray for love.

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