A Saltillan couple gave faith in their love by committing to marriage in a non-traditional way and very much in the Coahuilense style: dressed in two botargas of dinosaursone blue and one pink.
In the images that have gone viral on social networks, it can be seen how the blue dinosaur kneels and holds a giant engagement ring that is shown to the pink dinosaur. Behind the phrase “Marry me”which in Spanish means “Marry me”.
Those behind this peculiar scene are Maggye and Toni, whom their relatives, friends and acquaintances have congratulated not only for the upcoming wedding, but also for to venture to engage in a very original way.
It was through her Facebook profile where the now engaged shared her hobby for the dinosaurs and his joy at this stage in his life.
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“As many know: I love dinosaurs. But… Not even in my wildest dreams did I imagine that you would ask me to be your wife in such a fun way!”commented the saltillense, who spoke about the relationship that Coahuila has with these extinct animals and thanked her partner for the surprise.
“A thousand times I would tell you YES! This is how they ask for marriage in Coahuila, land of dinosaurs! the young woman wrote.
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With the yes confirmed and the wedding in planning, now they leave a great unknown, will they feed dinoquesadillas at their wedding?
‘Coahuila, land of many dinosaurs
As well as the “Dinocouple”, in recent months the cases of other Saltillans have gone viral, who, proud of the relationship between the city and the state with extinct animals, have carried out acts that have moved and excited the community.
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One of those cases was that of the “Dinoamigas”, Blanca and Nalleli, originally from Acuña who, carrying out social work, traveled throughout Coahuila to bring water to migrants and citizens of Monterrey.
Meanwhile, the “Dinograduate”, Abel Monsiváis, received his degree from the Technological Institute of Saltillo wearing a dungarees and showing off outside the main building of said campus.