It’s always a victorious moment to complete a tricky Sunday crossword puzzle. Some of those clues are just so nonsensical, right? But what if they held a hidden message? And what if that message was put there by your boyfriend? A Virginia man named Corey Newman popped the question to his girlfriend, Marlowe Epstein, in the form of a crossword. And the entire question was embedded in its acrostic poetry. Marlowe, Epstein, and WillYouMarryMe along with a slew of other personalized clues filled the actual Washington Post crossword puzzle one Sunday in April 2011. After she filled out the final clue, the only letters left for her to add were Y-E-S.