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It’s tough to come up with the perfect proposal these days. First of all, getting the moment just right is crucial. If you’ve got a partner who likes it more low key, a quiet dinner and intimate setting might be just the ticket. However, if you’ve got someone who believes that bigger is better, you’ve probably got some strategizing to do.
A lot of guys are going above and beyond with epic proposals, and Instagram has become THE place to share every detail of the big question. As a result, the bar for what constitutes a truly special proposal keeps getting higher and higher. Don’t fret, if you’ve got a special man or woman in your life and you’re scheming to create the perfect moment, we’ve got a grand suggestion.
The Oscar Meyer Wienermobile is now available to rent for proposals. That means you can get down on one knee and surprise your beloved as you pop the question in front of the iconic sausage car, just like she always dreamed.
Yup, you read that right. You can now rent the famous Wiener-shaped car from Oscar Meyer and drive it to wherever you’re aiming to pop the question. Honestly, it’s kind of goofy adorable in the best way possible.
Picture it — you’re with your beloved, driving a 27-foot long hot dog on wheels and you stop at the restaurant where you had your first date, the park where you first kissed, or the perfect scenic outlook at sunset. You’re admiring the view and all of a sudden you drop to one knee, bathed in the orange-brown hues of the giant wiener, as you ask the most important question of your life. Sounds pretty perfect, doesn’t it?
You can request the Wienermobile here by entering a few details about the event. The best part? It’s free! There’s no charge for the perfect proposal. Also, they recommend submitting your request 3-12 months in advance, so be sure to plan ahead! They’re accepting requests based on availability, and those who are selected will be notified a week before their requested date.