"When he proposes, I want him to take me to where we just met, set a romantic evening with candlelit dinner and soft music playing in the background , and I'd love for him to orchestrate with the waiters for them to hide the engagement ring in a cake or somewhere not-so-obvious, but just enough so that I don't end up swallowing it! I'd like him then to hand me a rose, tell me how much he loves me, and then get down on one knee and..."pop "the question"!" Does that sound like a scenario that has been told to you by an anxious girlfriend or soon-to-be-fiance' who loves her beau so much that she can't wait to marry him? For me, I've heard this scenario played out in thought by friends of mine who had not even met "Mr. Right!" So what do you think? Do you think that a lady who wants a proposal like this is asking too much? Or do you think that she has every right to ask for something like this? Furthermore, what would be your ideal way to propose, or your ideal way that you would loved to be proposed to?