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What's Trending Wednesday: Pet Costumes and Extravagant Proposal

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This morning for What's Trending Wednesday, we took a look at two items making their rounds on social media sites.

To get in the spirit of Halloween -- some people seem to be looking to the internet for costume inspiration not only for themselves, but also for their pets!

One article features over 100 creative pet costumes. Click the link to the left of this article to see the creative outfits.

And then a video making it's way around the internet -- one man's extravagant proposal.

From musical numbers, to flash mobs, to a custom movie trailer -- this actor/director pulled out all the stops to ask the love of his life to marry him.

Click the link to the left of this story to watch the entire video.

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