February 29th known as leap day is a day traditionally known for women to be allowed to ask her man to marry her.
But why you ask?
It is thought to date way back to the 5th century Ledged has it, that an Irish nun by the name of St Bridget piped up about woman had to wait for to long for their other half to propose. So, a deal was struck.
St Patrick decreed that this day that only happens every four years women were allowed to propose.
He also rid Ireland of snakes during the fifth century. Apparently.
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