I got engaged.
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Thank you. Thank you.
To a woman, everybody,to a woman.
Um, I actually, I've beenlearning a lot.
Like, I learned being in areally committed relationship,
it's about compromise,
but it's also about knowingwhat you want
and getting that out of it.
Like, for instance,
I've told her I can't go throughwith the wedding
unless our songis "The Monster Mash."
And that's got meout of a lot of planning
I don't want to do.
We actually, we have a realinteresting proposal story.
I wanted to make itreally special
'cause I heardyou're supposed to, so...
so we went outfor a really nice dinner.
We get back to her apartment.
I'll kind of set it up for you.
Like, first thing I didis I set a diversion.
So I said, "Hey,I'm a little hot.
Could you open up a window?"
So she goes to the windowand opens it up
and a bat comes flyinginto the apartment,
starts circling aroundthe living room, right?
So she starts freaking out.
So I grab a tennis racketand just swat the thing
out of the air,and it lands on the floor
and it's flopping aroundand everything
and she's screaming,
so I just start beatingthe thing
with the racket.
You know, you got to give 'emtwo or three good whacks
to put 'em down.
I mean, they're very resilientanimals.
So finally the bat's layingthere motionless on the floor,
and we're both sitting therejust kind of taking it all in.
And I wait till the moment'sjust right.
And I said, "Hey, baby,it looks like there's something
inside that bat."
Yeah, so I got downwith my pocketknife
and I cutthat little bugger open.
And what was inside buta diamond ring, everybody, huh?
So I got down on one knee,you know,
with the ring in one handand that bloody dead bat
in the other, and I said,"Even this blind dead bat
could see that you're the onefor me."