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Man proposes to his girlfriend on 8,000 sticky notes

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It seems getting down on one knee with a ring is taking a backseat to some very creative marriage proposals.

In recent years, men have conceptualized and executed marriage proposals that have raised the bar on popping the question.

In a new labor intensive twist, one Denver mom shared how her son proposed to his girlfriend. KUSA viewer Deanna Beutler shared how her son wrote out "I Love You" on more than 8,000 Post-It Notes.

Beutler said her son then took the time to carefully place them on the walls inside his girlfriend's apartment. On another wall he wrote "Will You Marry Me?" with colored sticky notes.

If there was any doubt in your mind, KUSA reports Beutler's girlfriend said Yes!

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