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February,18,2022

In this week’s Sun Dozen newsletter, we’re going to revisit some stories about love in the modern world.

First, we have Joaquin Contreras’ story about two slime-covered people who got engaged while on a national talk show. Wilton residents Daniel Taylor and Kelsey Biliouris made an appearance earlier this month on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to supposedly play a word guessing game. But after they lost and got covered with slime, Taylor dropped to one knee and asked Biliouris to marry him.

She just got drenched in slime on national television and said yes anyway. You can watch the whole romantic mess in the video we inserted in the story.

By the way, if you have a good story about your marriage proposal, Mark LaFlamme wants to know about it. He’s working on a story about the many ways to pop the question. Contact him at mlaflamme@sunjournal.com with your engagement’s origin story. It doesn’t have to include slime or a television show.

Second, Mark LaFlamme shares online dating stories from 14 couples. Each tale is a bit different when it comes to the online dating app and why they sought companions online. But each person quickly realized the internet brought them someone who was easy to be with and hard to be without.

Read how so many people took a chance online and kept romance going for years.

Carl Natale, Sun Journal’s Duke of URL

Here are this week’s 12 most read stories from SunJournal.com:

 
1. Fire heavily damages house on Federal Road in Livermore
2. Wilton couple get engaged on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’
3. Six years after it was revived, Whiting Farm in Auburn has closed
4. Brandon Brown is grateful for path that led him from prison to redemption
5. Former St. Joseph’s Church might get a second life—as a brewpub
6. These couples took a chance on romance and found love online
7. Auburn man arrested after chase ends in Minot crash
8. ‘None of us have ever seen anything like this’: Lake Umbagog locals decry water management
9. Minot native faces more charges in light of new evidence of his role at US Capitol riot
10. Auburn man injured in Minot chase appears in court
11. Bates College student hit by vehicle in Lewiston
12. Androscoggin Sheriff’s Office moving to Center Street in Auburn

 
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