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Los Angeles marriage proposal written in the sky ends with 'Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3'

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  • Someone in Los Angeles paid $17,500 for a skywritten proposal that commented on Joe Rogan's height.

  • "Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3," the sky read following messages such as "Will you marry me?"

  • In 2015, Rogan tweeted that he was 5-foot-8.

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Los Angeles residents looked up on Saturday and saw the words "Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3" written in the sky.

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It was part of a marriage proposal, The Wrap confirmed with Skytypers, a company that writes messages in the sky. A spokesperson for Skytypers told The Wrap that a person paid $17,500 for 10 sky messages, including the one about Joe Rogan.

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Many Twitter users said the skywritten messages on June 12 started with "Will you marry me Mollie Pratt?" That message was followed by a few more: "She said yes," "I love you more than anything," "Excited to spend my life with you," and "Until death do us part."

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At the end of the public display, the sky read, "Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3."

A closer look at the sky shows that the word "literally" is missing an "R," one Twitter user pointed out.

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In February 2015, Rogan tweeted that he was 5-foot-8.

Regardless, people are loving the stunt. Social-media users in Los Angeles posted photos and videos of the proposal from various viewpoints around the area.

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