A TikTok video of a woman getting proposed to has gone viral thanks to the very strange method used by her fiancé.
In the video, which has been viewed over 14 million times, the man writes that he told his girlfriend he "wanted to take her photo holding her biscuit".
As she opens up the biscuit, which is like a bread roll or scone, she realises there's an engagement ring inside and, clearly in shock, screams.
He asks her, "Will you marry me?" to which she responds, clearly still in shock, "Are you kidding me?"
Commenters loved the video with one user writing, "This is the most genuine proposal reaction I've seen. I wouldn't smile and cover my mouth, I'd scream and ask if it was a joke."
"KFC should make a commercial out of this," another said.
"He really said, 'I'mma risk it for the biscuit'," someone else joked.
"Imagine getting proposed to with a piece of bread," another wrote.
"If my future husband doesn't propose to me with a biscuit or some other delicious card, I don't want it," one user joked.
"If KFC doesn't cater their wedding I'mma be mad," someone else said.
Others tagged KFC, asking them to pay for the couple's wedding and honeymoon.
In a second video, the man wrote, "I never thought that I would be proposing to the girl of my dreams with a KFC biscuit."
In the video, he shared a number of photos himself and his fiancée after the proposal, including one where she held a chicken tender.
"LMAO the chicken tender pic, love it," one user wrote.
"This is adorable, but absolutely demands a 'why though' part three explaining the KFC connection," another said.
"Oh my God, what a cute couple," someone else added.
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