Teen Gives Boyfriend Special Glasses So He Can See Colorful Promposal

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A Kentucky teenager tucked an extra special surprise into her promposal. 

Cameron Tucker popped the question to her colorblind boyfriend by way of a poster decorated with tests to determine if a person can see colors.

Then she gave him a set of EnChroma glasses, which allowed him to see the colors in the test.

"I can see! I can see now! Whoa, look at the colors, bro," said her beau, Louis Yang. 

The young man then walked the neighborhood, marveling at his new vision.

"The world is like more defined and clear," he said. "I was missing out. You've been thinking one thing your entire life, and, like, this gives you a whole different view, yo!"


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