Μια πρωτότυπη και πολύ γλυκιά πρόταση γάμου… χάρη σ’ έναν πιτσιρίκο!

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Γενικά, η πρόταση γάμου είναι μια πολύ ιδιαίτερη και γλυκιά στιγμή στη ζωή ενός ζευγαριού

Φανταστείτε σε μια τέτοια αξιαγάπητη περίσταση, να προστεθεί φαντασία και… ένας μπόμπιρας!

Το αποτέλεσμα ΤΕΛΕΙΟ!

Το ζευγάρι των φωτογραφιών είχε αποκτήσει ένα γιο ενός έτους, εκτός γάμου.

Το σχέδιο οργανώθηκε από τον γαμπρό και την αδερφή του, που είναι φωτογράφος.

Κανόνισαν λοιπόν μια οικογενειακή φωτογράφιση σε ένα όμορφο εξοχικό τοπίο. Κάποια στιγμή ζήτησαν από την μητέρα να πάει στο αυτοκίνητο να φέρει κάποια πράγματα. Όταν αυτή επέστρεψε, της ζήτησαν να δει το μπλουζάκι που φορούσε ο μπόμπιρας, μέσα από το μπουφάν.

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Και ιδού! Το μπλουζάκι έγραφε «Θα παντρευτείς τον μπαμπά μου;»!

Όπως καταλαβαίνετε τα μάτια γέμισαν δάκρυα, και οι στιγμές που ακολούθησαν ήταν γεμάτες συγκίνηση και αγάπη.

Χάρη στη φωτογράφο, αδερφή του γαμπρού, που απαθανάτισε τη στιγμή και ανέβασε τις φωτογραφίες στο διαδίκτυο, μάθαμε για την ιστορία και σας την παρουσιάζουμε…

Για την ιστορία… η νύφη είπε ΝΑΙ!

Άντε και στα δικά σας!

 

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  3. I agree, Kristi. I rarely read blogs that don’t have comments. When I have time to read, I want to do so in a community where I can interact with the writer and other readers.
    This has been an evergreen question to me. Any system I tried hasn’t been perfect, most are frustrating. I like owning my comments but WordPress hasn’t managed to improve their comment system. I can’t figure it out! Commenting is what makes blogging so awesome: Why does WordPress keep tweaking the dashboard but they’ve never got around to improving the commenting functionality!?

  4. Interesting comments in here. As a commenter and reader, I quite like Disqus. It’s a single profile that I’ve been using across the major social and marketing blogs that I visit and it seems to be used by them, so I’m quite happy using it, and they send me decent notifications and updates about conversations happening in my network and people replying to stuff. They could improve their content discovery engine, but that’s not really their core business so I understand why they’re not spending too much time in that space.
    While running Disqus comments on a blog that I managed, I didn’t find too much trouble running it either. It gave me quick moderation control, filtered out a lot of the spam automatically and accidentally at times flagged good comments as spam – but it seemed to work fine.

  5. Maybe some people like posting comments with Facebook, but I feel like there’s a worry about the activity being posted to your feed. With Disqus, they don’t have to worry about that and moderation is really good for the blogger.
    I see your point, although you aren’t completely anonymous with Disqus either. Maybe Facebook is better for blogs where you are not likely to see much controversial comments.

  6. The one thing I haven’t figured out how to do is to search for specific users on the platform. For example I wanted to search for some of the other great Social media blogs I know so I can follow them but I couldn’t find a function to specifically search for these users.
    for blog commenting you can go through facebook, google, disqus. In WordPress you can use plugins for blog commenting

  7. I can’t get Disqus to work on Blogger, and the native commenting system doesn’t allow you to properly reply (creates a new comment instead of one nested below the reader’s comment), so I’m curious about the Facebook comments plug-in… do you know if it’s possible to import old comments or would they all be lost upon install? I’ve had my blog a few years and don’t want to lose existing comments. Thanks!
    I don’t think Facebook will let you import comments from a different system, if that’s what you mean. That said, I think you just add the code to your template and disable the option to use Blogger comments. So there’s a chance that the comments you’ve gotten in the past will still be there, but future posts will just use Facebook comments. I’m not 100% on that since I don’t use blogger though.

  8. And indeed, I have personal experience to back up this statement, as my blog has benefited from good commenting habits, and I have built good relationships with other bloggers by adding useful, meaningful comments onto their blogs.
    I moderate more than 100 comments every day, and I know what kind of comments make me feel good or give me food for thought, and what kind of comments leave me with a negative feeling or no feeling at all.

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