For some, a marriage proposal can be as simple and sweet as a night at home, cooking roast chicken and a ‘let’s spend our lives together, yeah?’
Others prefer things to be a little more… elaborate. We’re talking, horses and fireworks and castles level elaborate. Like, permanently-marking-your-skin elaborate.
And any self-respecting Millennial worth their weight in smashed avo knows that if it’s not shareable on social media, it might as well have never happened.
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So, one company decided to cash in on both trends, creating what can only be described as one of the most cringe-worthy devices of all time.
It’s called RokShok, and it’s an iPhone case that’s designed to hold an engagement ring.
Oh, it also conveniently POPS OPEN AND STARTS FILMING when the person proposing drops to their knee.
Welcome to the world we live in.
For the low, low price of AU$80 (and the cost of every friend you've ever had, probably), potential proposers can own the gadget for themselves.
The case is described as "discreet" (it's designed to look like a battery pack so partners won't suspect a thing) and "social-media ready", and it even promises to keep the engagement ring in shot as it films.