With another Leap Year comes the opportunity to do something out of the ordinary. So instead of waiting for him to propose, it's time women took matters into their own hands come 29 February.
The good news is that you have just as much chance of him accepting your proposal as he has of you doing so, though a the group of women who answered a PopCap survey seemed sceptical of this.
Findings revealed that more than half of the men surveyed would accept a marriage proposal from their girlfriend if asked.
But while 36 percent of the men would welcome a marriage proposal, whopping 73 percent said they'd prefer the traditional approach.
Close to 30 percent of men said they would not tell their friends they had been proposed to as it would embarrass them.
Almost 50 percent of the men asked also said if she popped the question, she should buy her own ring too.
One in 10 said they would be relieved not to buy an expensive engagement ring.
If you have the "balls" to go down on one knee, ladies, then consider the London Eye as a potential setting.
According to Mail Online, The London Eye has been recognised as one of London’s most romantic tourist destinations.
On Valentines’ day last year, the attraction averaged almost two proposals every 10 minutes.
A "Cupid Capsule" — complete with personal host, chocolates and champagne — was set aside by workers who expected more to marriage proposal this year.