Which do you think is worse:
1. Proposing to your girlfriend for the benefit of a music video as part of a rather déclassé attempt to hitch a lift on the proposal video bandwagon, thus delivering a vague approximation of Tom from McFly's genuinely quite imaginative (if slightly batshit) decision to live his life as a viral campaign.
2. Pretending to.
Not of course that we're suggesting various aspects — in fact almost all aspects — of the new Lawson video are completely unconvincing.
Not at all.
We absolutely believe that everything you see in the video is an accurate representation of how the proposal took place. It's a beautiful once-in-a-lifetime moment in one couple's lives, captured on film in a tasteful and rigorously truthful way. Nothing is staged and the whole thing is an object lesson in documentary-making transparency. It's simply the case that everyone involved in this video behaves, in real life, in a strangely implausible manner.