Well he didn’t have to fight all her exes she did send him on a Scott Pilgrim-themed scavenger hunt around the city of Toronto with a very special surprise at the end.
Redditor proposing_gf shared her photos from her inventive and untraditional proposal. She says on Reddit,”we had talked about it before casually. I asked him if he would be upset if I ever asked him and he said no that he thought that was an awesome. I then had to lead him off my trail but telling him that it was never going to happen and that I liked tradition.”
The dedicated fangirl and baker over at Nerdache Cakes has created some amazingly geeky cupcakes and cakes in the past, but check out her latest creation. This Loki cupcake inspired by the Avengers.
“Loki’s helmet is made from 24 separate fondant pieces, and took over 3 days to put together. It’s pretty screen accurate- besides it being edible! His horns are actually carved pieces of fondant that started as solid rectangles”, says Ant.
Every week, Ant takes requests from a new Fandom and replicates it in cake form. She is currently taking submissions for her Legend of Korra Cake Challenge!
A Scott Pilgrim-style 16-bit animation entitled Simon and Pearl’s Excellent Adventure created by Konami employee Simon and his friends. Sprites were manually ripped or drawn and everything was put together in Aftereffects to surprise his bride (who also happens to work for Konami) and everyone at the reception.
A funny thing happened on the way to the reception….Lost in San Francisco’s Tenderloin (not exactly the sightseeing route) Simon and Pearl stop for jerky, Twinkies and directions but are attacked by everything from ninjas and zombies to cosplayers and demons.
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