One couple got engaged in the middle of the NYC marathon. Would you say yes?

"GMA Day" hosts break down the do's, don'ts and nevers of proposals.
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this afternoon. We've spotted a couple engagement stories this week we wanted to bring to you guys. Sara, you're up. Bring, did you hear what he did there? First up is about a ring. One woman posted on -- this is sad -- a Facebook engagement photo shaming site. That exists. It's sad to me. This woman finds the ring in a night stand and posted this, ew, self-shame Friday. Found this in the bf's night stand, not a find. Please roast and tell me how to tactfully get something better. One, I would consider that whole page a blacklist of who not to marry. I agree with that. Don't you think? Yeah. If I was the boyfriend and I saw that, I would be like that was not for you. That was for Sheila. Yes. See how you like that. Someone pointed out maybe she won't be so surprised she would do that. It's not like someone catches you that off guard. He probably knows what he signed up for. That should be a red flag. Some people are appreciative. Some aren't. That's just how life is I guess. She put ew, like poor guy. It's hard enough to get to the point that -- Let me see your ring. Ew! We got something else. Next up most people were chasing a gold medal while they ran for the New York City marathon. This woman found some bling at mile 16. Her boyfriend jumped over the barricade and popped question. Would you say yes in the middle of a marathon after 16 miles of running? Would you say yes to the question? In order to stay with the anti-shaming thing, I think it's hard enough to get to the point that you ask, but mile 16 is like a weird mile. If you're going to pee, you already having. Sorry. You're sweating. You're a little gross. I look good through mile six, but after that, it's getting ugly. I can't imagine being on the football field being baby I love you. Seriously? That's like the super bowl. Can you imagine if somebody said Michael I thought you were serious? You know what I would have said, honestly -- honest ly I would have looked at them and said security, come get her. This is the way to do it. Ending with the final one that is so adorable. There was a football coach that got it right. He used his football players to help propose to his now fiance. They each brought her a rose. We have a clip of it. Everything that she does for me -- He was talking about how his soon to be wife was so supportive. She really encouraged him in his job. She came to every game and embraced all his players. He used them and they have this excitement. This made me cry a little bit. She took those steps back. I thought she was going down. At least the big guy was there to catch her. That's awesome.

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