By Maria Yagoda / People
July 14, 2015

We’ve all been there – some combination of overwhelmed/annoyed/depressed by the ever-increasing stream of wedding and baby photos on our social media.

David Sikorski, a San Francisco-based writer, reached his breaking point. It was time for the world to see how happy he was with the love of his life: a carne asada burrito from San Francisco restaurant Taqueria La Cumbrea.

“With so many domesticated photos of staged afternoon picnics in the park or holding hands running along the beach, I figured people would be interested in sharing the happiness of my own current love life situation as well,” he tells BuzzFeed about his (literally) cheesy engagement photos with his meal.

Sikorski hired professional photographer Kristina Bakrevski to take photos of the happy couple hanging out in front of several San Francisco landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge and Alamo Square, as well as frolicking on the beach, as one does.

“We haven’t established a set date yet, but over the next few months I hope to be introducing our menu of friends to one another,” he says.

This article originally appeared on People.com

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