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Man asks his girlfriend to marry him 365 times in one year in viral YouTube video

Love knows no boundaries, a man from the United States Dean Smith has proved it once again. The man from Scottsdale, Arizona, was asking his girlfriend, Jennifer Kessel, to marry him for 365 days in a countdown video.  

The video of the year-long proposal has received 13,018,294 views on YouTube. The clip shows Dean proposing Jennifer in various and unexpected circumstances: during breakfast, cleaning, in a shower, while shaving, flossing and many other situations, reports Pravda.Ru.

As a result, the woman said yes. At the end of the video, Dean Smith knelt on one knee in front of her, apparently, presenting Jennifer with a wedding ring. All the family were with them at the moment, when it happened.

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