Straight people continue to destroy the sanctity of marriage with gizmo that records engagements
With each passing day, we stray further and further away from the path of the Lord, and straight people are leading the march and this ‘phone that doubles as a ring box’ is proof.
Of course, we kid, but the very real gadget has led to Twitter users “welcoming nuclear oblivion” and same, to be fair.
After all, the terms and conditions for being part of the LGBT+ community does include having to be periodically told why your very existence as a queer person is a threat to the sanctity of marriage.
But some straight folk do it all by themselves, especially after a promotional video for a ring box that records engagements has gone viral online.
Ring box phone case with a $40 price tag labelled ‘sign of Apocalypse’.
Branded as the ‘world’s first engagement ring case’, Rokshok was created by James Ambler and Keith Glickman in 2017.
The device doubles up as a ring box, allowing people to film or even live stream themselves and their potential partner-for-life popping the question.
I take it all back. I now welcome nuclear oblivion pic.twitter.com/BDQ9zH4OTQ
— Frances Weetman (@francesweetman) January 6, 2020
Positioning the ring right in front of the camera, the case unfurls to reveal the sparkling diamond inside. But a promotional video for the gizmo has since gone viral on Twitter years after the gadget’s inception.
Tallying upwards fo 657,000 views, the video features a man proposing to his girlfriend and ends with a title card that simple reads: “Hopefully, you will only need to use it once.”
If it’s satire, it needs to be hung in the Louvre. Truly art.
Many queer users immediately shared their thoughts:
If a tree falls in a wood and no one is there to instagram/Tik Tok/Snapchat it, does it still make a sound? https://t.co/PKbZh2EhNR
— Bill Wilkinson ? (@DrWilkinsonSci) January 6, 2020
I volunteer this whole company as tribute for WW3. https://t.co/A8oblSvmrV
— Taco Papi?️? (@OoOweeePapi) January 6, 2020
I’d anyone ever did this to me I’d cry in horror ? https://t.co/41q8xpooz9
— Greg Owen (@Greg0wen) January 6, 2020
"hopefully you only need to use it once" https://t.co/XhfdvnvtUq
— Elias Jahshan | الياس جهشان (@Elias_Jahshan) January 6, 2020
The Rokshok was even labelled as “sign #789” for the Apocalypse:
— SignsOfApocalypse (@SignsOfApocaly1) January 6, 2020