Bachelor proposes to food in pre-wedding shoot

To all the bachelors out there, you can find happiness too, just go into your kitchen.

The couple

David Sikorski, a writer from San Fransisco, is tired of being hopelessly single in a world seemingly full of happy couples.

The writer took laws into his own hands and popped the question to a burrito!

Here is how they met and their unique love story:

David first laid eyes on his unique love at San Francisco’s Taqueria La Cumbre.

It was love at first bite, then, the two got engaged, and have been taking beautiful photos around San Fran to announce their engagement.

It is official, David is engaged to a burrito.

On this unusual incident of engagement photos with a burrito, David explained to Buzzfeed saying:

"With so many domesticated photos of staged afternoon picnics in the park or holding hands running along the beach, I figured people would be interested in sharing the happiness of my own current love life situation as well."

On their upcoming nuptials, David says:

“We haven’t established a set date yet, but over the next few months I hope to be introducing our menu of friends to one another.”

Well, we wish these two all the best on their short life together.

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