A video recently posted by YouTuber Matt10 has sparked debate on whether or not the video was a prank or if the YouTuber planned it. The following video shows Matt10 kneeling down to propose to a woman in the Menlo Park Mall. As the girl walks away, the crowd empathizes with Matt. While many doubted the video’s authenticity, Matt has clarified the video to clarify it was a real proposal.
Matt10yo is a social media influencer
YouTube star Matt10yo has a cult following, and the video of his recent proposal is the stuff of legends. After dressing up as Ben10 and posting a series of photos on his Instagram page, he finally got down on one knee and proposed to a girl he spotted in the food court of the Menlo Park Mall. In the video, Matt is overcome with tears and the audience sympathizes with him. While several Twitter users questioned whether the proposal was real, Matt10yo has since posted a clarification video.
He proposed to a woman
You’ve heard of the famous video “He proposed to a woman at a funeral” – but how many times have you seen it? It may put you in a situation where you’d like to pop the question, but it’s still not the best idea. Public proposals put women in an uncomfortable position and can leave them feeling embarrassed and awkward. While it’s romantic, there’s nothing romantic about a public proposal.
The man who proposed to his partner on “The Bachelor” has received a lot of flack online for his poor proposal. The clip he posted online shows him kneeling in front of the young woman, her father’s coffin nearby. While many gave him a thumbs-down, many others commented that they were happy he made the young woman happy. Then there’s the man who was criticized for proposing at a McDonald’s crowded with people.
A recent Associated Press-WE tv poll found that only five percent of married couples say that the woman proposed first. And that’s despite the fact that women have broken a lot of cultural norms in recent years – having kids later, demanding equal pay, running for president, coaching pro football – and even becoming a VP. Apparently, women have the upper hand when it comes to subverting the cultural norms, and a study on how men propose has shown that this is the case as well.
Whether it was a prank or not
The question of whether the incident was a prank often arises when the prankster’s actions may be considered criminal. While simple pranks usually don’t result in legal violations, some pranks may lead to emotional distress, breach the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, or cause physical injury. As such, it is important to consult with a criminal attorney if the incident turns out to be a prank.
A prank is a deceptive trick that a person performs to scare the victim. It can take many forms, from slapstick to scary. The most important element of a prank is intent. The defendant’s intent to commit the crime must be clear and objective and must describe what they wanted to achieve through the act. If the prank is intended to cause pain or scare a victim, the prankster will likely face a prison sentence.
While pranks are often funny when executed with a sense of humor, some pranks cross the line into the realm of unacceptable behavior. When school is involved, pranks that involve violence or other ill-intentioned actions could lead to suspension or expulsion. In such cases, parents should seek legal advice from a local attorney to determine whether their child’s actions were a legitimate prank.