A woman is 124 sandwiches away from an engagement ring after making a deal with her boyfriend, the New York Post reports.
Blogger Stephanie Smith, author of 300sandwiches.com, tells the story of when she first made her boyfriend a sandwich, he exclaimed, “Honey, you're 300 sandwiches away from an engagement ring!”
The New York Post reports that her quest to make 300 love-filled sandwiches for her man started in June of 2012.
The romantic tale started with questions each morning from her boyfriend like, “Honey, how long have you been awake?” After she replies, he says, “You’ve been up 15 minutes and you haven’t made me a sandwich?”
Smith said she gave in and that’s when the “proposal” happened. The New York Post says Smith said her boyfriend thinks “Sandwiches are love or sex or hugs and kisses."
She also says their relationship has centered on food. On their second date, he reportedly cooked her dinner, which included tuna tar tar.
She is still waiting on the ring and is about halfway there sandwich-wise.
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