Their is nothing more heartfelt than watching other people express their love to each other. In the most recent viral video sensation a man proposed to his boyfriend at a Home Depot in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dustin was taken to the lumber aisle of the do-it-yourself store under the false pretense he was there to help out a roommate. When he arrived he found a flash mob composed of friends and family waiting for him in colorful outfits dancing to the tune of "Somebody Loves You" by Betty Who. Everyone was dancing to a repetitive choreography that was out of sync sometimes, but it was the dedication to profess their love to this gay couple that made it heartfelt.

After a parade of the couple's parents and close relatives Spencer came out with a banner that read, "If I am good to you... Won't you be good to me?" He then handed to poster to Dustin who looked from afar with his hand over his chest and teary-eyed. Spencer continued to dance the choreograph with a look of nervousness. When the song ended he kneeled down as the flash mob did the same right behind him and then approached his future fiancee. "I love you more than anything in this entire world and I'd be honor for you to be by my side for the rest of my life," Spencer proposed before kneeling down in front of Dustin and popping the question with ring in hand. "Will you marry me?" Dustin's answer was obvious and he nodded yes in excitement as the crowd cheered them on. Watch the marriage proposal down below and share your thoughts.