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Mural proposes marriage outside Pete's Monkey Bar

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Kenny Hughes, an employee of Pete's Monkey Bar who's also a tattoo artist, proposed to his girlfriend, Ryan Brock, by painting an absolutely adorable mural outside of the bar.

In case you can't make them out, the banners in the photo read, "Miss Ryan Brock Will You Marry Me?"

All together now: Awwwww.

And did Miss Ryan Brock say yes? "Of course," says Monkey Bar proprietor Pete Penzenstadler (the "duh" was implied). The wedding is set for October 17.

Best of luck to the happy couple -- and thanks, Kenny, for this beautiful addition to a happenin' strip of East Colfax.

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