Okay, so I’m watching some Netflix movie… here’s the snopsis: Guy takes girl on a hike to surprise her with a romantic proposal, but, big spoiler alert: there’s a bear that comes and merks him.
Now, I’m initially going to look at this from the guy’s perspective… This was a decently romantic gesture: Take your girl for an escape (his apparently “favorite” spot growing up), a hike to a spectacular view, where he planned to take knee and propose… easy comes, easy goes, with a perfect atmosphere to Instagram it. I’m sure he was concealing a shiny, surprise ring in his camping gear that she could immediately brag to all her friends about, slam dunk!
Nope. In this movie, the lady wasn’t quite sure… They had to postpone that engagement (fine, because they were lost). THEN, (spoiler again), the dude completely dies because a 1,000+ pound animal decided that berries were dumb and human flesh was better. Bear got him. Got him good. He’s done. Gone. Forest trash. Forever.
NOW, no one’s getting married. In fact – I haven’t finished the movie yet, but I bet she’s pretty bummed about it.
Look! The point is: Let me ask everyone an important question: Do you think you could move on if your significant other gets eaten in front of your eyes by a bear? Or any other vicious animal? It could happen. Everyone hikes! Dorn almost got stomped out by horses! Nature is real.
Can you handle it? That’s my question..