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This Kid Made His Mom's Proposal More Magical By Peeing In The Background

Will you pee mine?

Posted on May 16, 2018, at 1:17 p.m. ET

This is Kevin Przytula, who just proposed to his fiancé, Allyssa Anter, last Saturday. It's a proposal they'll never forget.

Kevin Przytula

That's because Anter's 3-year-old son, Owen, decided to pee all over it.

Kevin Przytula

It happened on May 12, Przytula told BuzzFeed News. He's been with Anter for a year now and had been thinking about proposing for a few months.

Finally, he lured her into a photo op in downtown Bay City, Michigan, and got on one knee.

Thankfully, his daughter caught what happened next on camera.

Just as Przytula got his "yes," Owen dropped his pants and just went for it. The confidence is honestly inspiring.

View this video on YouTube

To be fair, Owen did announce, "I'm going to pee outside." Przytula was just too distracted to notice.

"I was clearly just in my own little zone," he said.

But the moment he notices is pretty priceless. "I thought it was hilarious," he said.

The next day he uploaded the video and it's since gone viral, nearing a million views on YouTube.

Truly a moment they'll never forget.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.