Family & Relationships The 20+ Most Extra Proposals Of 2017

21:30  19 december  2017
21:30  19 december  2017 Source:   Cosmopolitan

A Low-Cost Airline Just Rolled Out a $95 Bag Fee

  A Low-Cost Airline Just Rolled Out a $95 Bag Fee Icelandair just introduced a new low-cost airfare category called Economy Light that promises cheaper flight prices with a painful tradeoff: Passengers must pay nearly $100 each way if they want to check a bag on some routes. According to the industry publicationTravel Weekly, Icelandair Economy Light passengers will pay $69 per checked bag each way on transatlantic flights to and from its hub in Reykjavik, and $95 per bag on flights to and from other destinations in Europe, including London, Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam, and Munich.

8. This VR proposal that took things to the next level. 9. This bride who helped her BFF's fiancé propose at her own wedding. — Christin Koch (@christinkoch2) March 1, 2017 . 11. This gondola proposal of your most romantic dreams.

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1. This woman who unknowingly wore her engagement ring for over a year inside a wooden necklace that her boyfriend made her on their one year anniversary.

2. This man who technically spent three years proposing to his girlfriend by spelling out "Will You Marry Me?" with the first letter of every love letter he wrote her.

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3. This guy who surprised his girlfriend with a real (!) tattoo of his big question (and then had her tattoo her answer).

4. This (very unattainable) #goals acrobatic proposal.

5. This accidental Fiona photobomb that instantly became iconic.

We're so happy Fiona could be there on our special day ❤ here's to many more years of going to zoos with you

The new FDA-approved Apple Watch band adds real-time EKG .
The Kardia Band aims to track atrial fibrillation, something that fitness tracker heart rate monitors aren't approved to test (yet).The Apple Watch already has a heart rate sensor, and it can even help flag potentially dangerous cardiac conditions.  But it's not an FDA-approved medical device that can be officially used to detect heart conditions like atrial fibrillation... at least, not yet. But now you can add a strap to the watch that does just that.

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