Do Not Propose Like This
In a new Dutch documentary about the power of walking, we see the strange story of Yasushi Takahashi, a Japanese “GPS artist” who goes by Yassan.
In 2008, he traveled 4,349 miles to propose to his darling. But that’s not all. He actually quit his job and spent six months trekking the distance, mostly on foot, just so a GPS tracker could record his movements. The result is a marriage proposal delivered via the scrawling of a GPS map.
“I wanted to write the world’s biggest proposal, and I found GPS drawing was the way to do it.”
This is officially the world’s largest marriage proposal, and holds the Guinness Record for the world’s biggest GPS drawing, covering 7,164 kilometers.
This is narcissistic as hell, and has nothing to do with love.