Watch this video of Luigi ruining a wedding proposal at Super Nintendo World

By Charlie Sawyer

Published Aug 16, 2023 at 04:38 PM

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Would you want your fiancé to propose to you at Super Nintendo World? Well, for TikTok user Bellabelli260, having her boyfriend pop the question to her on a gaming-filled day out was a dream come true. That is of course until Super Mario Bros character Luigi decided to ruin her day by throwing a tantrum.

In the seemingly heartwarming video, which Bellabelli260 posted to her TikTok page on Sunday 13 August 2023, you can see the couple posing between Mario and Luigi before Bella’s boyfriend dropped to one knee and pulls out a ring.

Mario immediately looks thrilled, clapping and putting his hands to his face in shock. Luigi, on the other hand, couldn’t be less ecstatic. Watch the video here: 

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Hands sternly placed on each hip, it’s no understatement to say that the video game character looked pretty peeved off. Some of the most entertaining comments from beneath the video included “Who hurt Luigi” and “rumour has it that she was Luigi’s ex.” Some other netizens pointed out that maybe the Italian plumber had simply dozed off or entered an alternative universe. Who knows?

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