Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly Seal Engagement By Drinking Each Other’s Blood

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Celebrities, I swear…

I don’t ever wanna hear another word about Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton’s infamous blood necklaces. Remember back in the early 2000’s, when they wore little vials around their neck filled with each other’s blood?

Well, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox just said hold my beer…

Apparently, they got engaged a few days ago, and sealed the deal by DRINKING each other’s blood.

Machine Gun (whose real name is Colson Baker), posted a video of the stunning engagement ring on his Instagram, along with an explanation about the design and how in love he is. Okay, that’s cute enough, right?

But then, Megan also posted about the engagement on her Instagram with a video of the actual moment he popped the question. It’s a relatively standard looking engagement (other than the fact that there are like four different camera angles ready to go), which is saying a lot considering how eccentric these two are.

Along with her caption about their love story, she drops a little tidbit of information at the end of the lengthy post that is WILD:

“Somehow a year and a half later, having walked through hell together, and having laughed more than I ever imagined possible, he asked me to marry him.

And just as in every lifetime before this one, and as in every lifetime that will follow it, I said yes.

…and then we drank each other’s blood.”

Um… NO. Just no…

It does make you wonder about all the logistics, though.

Did they already have it in a shot glass ready to go? Did they somehow draw it out right there on the spot? Was this something they’d planned on doing for a while whenever they did actually get engaged?

I don’t think I even want to know all the answers, honestly:

It will truly be something to see if they can top that at the wedding.

But, the best part of it all was when the internet pointed out how much Machine Gun’s shirt looked like a Foot Locker uniform:

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