Parklife boss Sacha Lord has offered to gift a honeymoon to the couple who got engaged on stage at the festival.
The happy couple were targeted by ‘vile’ trolls after videos of their engagement circulated online.
The pair were up on stage during Yung Filly’s performance on Saturday afternoon when their engagement took place in front of a crowd of thousands.
The artist shouted “She said yes!” while running around the stage as the man, Myles Goodfellow, slid a ring on his now-fiancee’s finger.
As well as the gift of a honeymoon, Sacha also offered them free entry to the festival and to Warehouse Project for life.
Sacha posted on Instagram: “Yesterday an amazing moment happened as Parklife saw a proposal on stage from a young couple.
“Unfortunately, the internet reaction to two young people sharing a special moment was quite frankly vile.
“I would like to find this couple and give them free entry to Parklife and The Warehouse Project for life and not only that, but to pay for their honeymoon, so that when they go away, I want them to sit there in the sun posting pictures to social media, knowing that those people who had a go at them are bitter, and they’re not there.”
Indy Geraghty, the girl who was proposed to, has Tweeted: “I love how many people are being trashy over yesterday. One of the best days of my life, don’t bring it down and be mean really are a bunch of losers.”
She later told the Manchester Evening News: “The proposal was a complete shock! When we arrived at Parklife I soon came to realise we were going for a meet and greet with Yung Filly but little did I know that would happen.
“I was completely clueless to it all and as you can see by the pictures and video I couldn’t even speak.
“I cried very happy tears when Sacha called me. I don’t have a lot of good things happen in my life so for something like this to come along is a huge impact. Myles had arranged it all with Filly’s manager weeks prior.
“We are both working normal jobs and don’t have a lot of spare time so I guess it’ll be a few years before we can afford our wedding but I definitely don’t mind waiting. I am hoping we will be able to do it in the next year or two but nothing planned yet.
“I’m still in a lot of shock from yesterday and the amount of attention it’s got has sent me on a rollercoaster of emotions.”
He was banned, then apologised, and now all seems to be forgiven.
But the internet does not forgive so easily.
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You can buy half Christmas trees so you don’t have to decorate the full thing
December is nearly ready for rolling around once again.
It’s time to reach out the decorations out and get into the festive spirit, but for those who’d consider themselves a bit lazy, there’s an invention that could be a life saver, and it’s quite honestly genius.
You can now buy ‘half Christmas trees’ – otherwise known as or ‘against the wall Christmas trees’.
Unless your tree’s going to placed in front of a street-facing window for rafts of passers-by to see on a daily basis, it can be really tempting to just not decorate the back of it at all, right? The faff off trying to evenly-distribute strings of lights, tinsel and baubles around a full tree is often a lot more trouble than it’s worth, especially when it’s not going to be properly seen anyway.
Some would probably say it’s pointless, and it’s this thought that has presumably prompted companies to start selling these ‘half Christmas trees’.
If you’re wondering what a ‘half Christmas tree’ is, it’s basically exactly as it sounds – half a tree.
Half Christmas trees – which are also a great option for those with slightly less space to dedicate to seasonal decorations – are available in various places, and for all manner of budgets, so it should be fairly easy to get your hands on one this festive season.
According to the product description on the Very website: “This may look like a regular Christmas tree, but it’s been cleverly designed so that one side is completely flat, so no matter how limited your space might be, you and your family can still enjoy the magic of having a tree in your home,”
“Standing an impressive 6ft tall and featuring 511 tips for a lush look, you can stand it flat against the wall to save on valuable floor space,
“It also means you don’t have to worry about any of your favourite decorations being out of sight at the back”.
If you’re looking for something a little cheaper though, then there’s plenty of different options available on eBay and Amazon too, and our pick for this would be the vidaXL Artificial Half Christmas Tree – which is currently being sold on eBay by a number of different sellers for prices starting at £24.