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A farmer from Tyrone proposed to his girlfriend by spray-painting 'MARRY ME?' on a cow

More romantic than the moooovies.

THIS FARMER’S PROPOSAL is nothing short of legendairy. (Sorry. SORRY.)

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Ashley Farrell is a farmer based in Fivemiletown, Co Tyrone – on Christmas Eve, he brought his girlfriend Anna Martin out to his cow shed to receive her present, a calf (or so she thought).

She told Mashable:

As we were walking across the yard I saw a cow and calf in the shed and questioned if that was my calf… I had just got the words out and the cow turned around so I could see the writing.

To Anna’s complete surprise, her cow had ‘MARRY ME?’ spray painted across its side – and when she turned around, Ashley was on one knee, ring in hand.

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Anna of course said yes – but also admitted that she never expected Ashley to go all out like this:

Ashley is a typical farmer and he would tell you himself he’s not a romantic, so it was a very pleasant surprise that he had been so creative!

Well, he’s certainly raised the bar for farm-based proposals in the future. Congrats to the happy couple!

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