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Planning a proposal on February 29? Share your stories

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Are you planning a proposal on the 29 February 2016?

Every four years we get an extra day. The additional day is used to keep our calendar in alignment with the Earth's revolution around the Sun - but it also has another important role.

It is also when traditional roles are reversed and women can propose to their partners.

Are you planning to propose to your significant other? Have you proposed on a previous leap day?

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