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By minime94 - / Thursday 15 November 2012 06:35 / United States
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O ye of little faith, OP. she was just going to tell her friends she's getting married! And driving away to see her family. And blocking your number because she's getting a new phone. And leaving the country because..she...um, okay, maybe she ditched you.

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Truly, I doubt going to show it off is why she left in a hurry. Yet, I feel genuinely confused as to how this all happened. OP gives her the ring, she excitedly puts it on, and the leaves without another word? I mean, it certainly seems like a rejection, but can the girlfriend honestly think she can get away with the ring and never see OP again? They've been dating for awhile obviously, he probably knows where she: lives/works/hangs out plus at least some of her friends and family. The only way

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I agree with #1. Partly because I really wish for the best for OP, but also because I know someone who has done this. No judgment - the girl I know was just super excited, and wanted to show her family in person.

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Well if she didn't say yes and took off report it stolen. Lol . you proposed which requires a yes or no answer . If the answer is no then the girl doesn't get the ring . Yes = ring No = no ring. Am I wrong to think like this?

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But if she went to show if off really quick, wouldn't she have been back or called or something before he had a chance to post the FML...? I don't see why he would IMMEDIATELY post this unless she really did not come back. FYL.

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There is also the possibility the entire FML is made up or misconstrued to make it an FML when it isn't and they wanted to get one published. Not say it is necessarily false, it's just a possibility

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116's right. Not sure of states law, but in pa, you break off the engagement, the ring goes back to the buyer. Or as most married men would say, lucky dog!

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Actualy maybe it would be possible to have a tracking device in the ring if the device was specially made to loop inside the ring, there are some really small trackers out there, and to power it it could use the technology some watches use that automatically work when they are worn and are being constantly moved around, i forgot the exact name of it.

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Thats the one ;), thanks miz... But yeah kinetic watches are great, thats the kind of watch i use now and love it.

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71- the point was it could be used for that, nobody was insinuating she was unfaithful, just either a very inefficient con/thief or a girl who gets excited and just losses bits of thought in the moment, happens to me all the time...not this badly though...

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O ye of little faith, OP. she was just going to tell her friends she's getting married! And driving away to see her family. And blocking your number because she's getting a new phone. And leaving the country because..she...um, okay, maybe she ditched you.

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She left the country to tell her friends, who conviently have no internet, cell phone or any other forms of communication.

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And although extremely handsome and fit, non of them could afford a ring to get married to her... So now, since that part is taken care of, her life is complete :O!... Just not with OP.

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And you just watched her leave? Run after that gold digger and tackle her. If she says she was just excited, tell her you were too - you just wanted to "celebrate" the engagement.

well..you could either wait, call her, or go to her home..and if nothing could call the cops? XD well that maybe an ass thing to do but meh. Hopefully she just took off to spread the good news.

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I should say depending on state they won't do much in some cases. Knew someone who got dumped after giving ring and was told it was a gift and to take it up in court. Police wouldn't step in.

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The law might be different in different states/countries, but I'm pretty sure an engagement ring is legally considered the OP's property until they get married. So the police should be able to take it from her if OP has the receipt.

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Ha, the police are completely useless, they wouldn't get off their asses for a stupid engagement ring, they barely can be bothered to investigate murders... Lazy pigs!

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WHY WAS MY COMMENT REMOVED?! COPS ARE PIGS! I'M JUST PREACHING THE TRUTH, DON'T CENSOR ME!! YOU'RE JUST AS BAD AS THE COPS WHO CENSOR OTHERS!!

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